It was all about the BBQ Saturday at Kewadin Casino in Sault Ste. Marie.
Thirty BBQ-extraordinaires from Michigan, Ohio and Minnesota put their meat to the test to win top prize.
This is the fifth year the Kansas City Barbeque Society has held their Bordertown BBQ Brawl at Kewadin.
While there was not actual fighting, the competition was intense to come up with the best tasting ribs, chicken, pork and beef brisket.
Competitors were all there for a good time and spend it with those with the same love for great BBQ.
“The BBQ family is family,” said organizer Linda Miller. “We consider each other family. We will do anything for each other. Even if you forgot whatever spice, you can go to somebody else and say that you forgot yours and they will gladly help you out.”
The grand prize winner takes home $1,500, a trophy, and an automatic invite to the American Royal BBQ Invitational.
Results from this year’s competition can be found .