JD BBQ Like a Local: The art of the team name

Barbecue aficionados formed the Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) back in 1985 to launch a local competitive barbecue cooking team. Since then, it’s bloomed into the overseer of hundreds of “sanctioned” events across the country and boasts over 20,000 members. And many of them belong to homegrown barbecue team with some of the quirkiest names you can imagine.

In fact, naming your team has become somewhat of an art form. Each year, we scan the list of competitors for our faves simply based on the name. It’s our own little world championship. Here’s this year’s picks:

U.S. Invitational Teams

1 | Pig-Chicka-Cow-Cow from Apopka, Florida

2 | Team Meat Coma from White Marsh, Maryland

3 | Rub My Rack from Fort Ripley, Minnesota

4 | Keep Calm and Sauce On from Smithville, Missouri

5 | Redneck Scientific from Clayton, North Carolina

6 | Rooters-n-Tooters from Mount Pleasant, Tennessee

7 | Aporkalypse Now from Springfield, Virginia

8 | You Que’d Me All Night Long from Gillette, Wyoming

International Invitational Teams

1 | Smellaque from Canada

2 | Fine Young Carnivores from France

3 |Missy Piggy’s UK

Shade Tree Teams

1 | Dixie Pigs & Chicks from Springville, Alabama

2 | Fat N Juicy Butts from Huntsville, Alabama

3 | #Skillinit from St. Augustine, Florida

4 | Pig-EEE-Licious from Cuthbert, Georgia

5 | Smokin Squires from Flintville, Tennessee

6 | The Swine Time Boys from Lynchburg

Good luck y’all •

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