The Pork Checkoff said in a statement that the Wozniaks were awarded cash and prizes including the grand prize of $10,000. The Wozniaks also won BarbeQlossal in 2004.
The grand champion must cook in all four categories – whole hog, loin, ribs and shoulder. The 2008 grand champion team placed second in the loin category, fifth place in the rib category and ninth place in the whole hog category, the Checkoff said.
“BarbeQlossal is unique. It is one of the only contests in the country that allows competitors to cook four cuts of meat,” Wozniak said. “This allows us to showcase to consumers how easy it is to cook great tasting pork.”
Sixty-one teams from 13 states competed in the annual pork barbecue contest held at the World Pork Expo in
Reserve Grand Champion honors and $3,000 went to Darren Warth and Shad Kirton of Iowa’s Smokey D’s BBQ in