Here’s a list on winner’s from the Blues, Bandits and BBQ cook off at Lake Cliff Park in Oak Cliff. Congrats to all…..
Brisket: 1st – Matador Meat wine; 2nd – Texas BBQ Posse; 3rd – The Smoke Cliff Boys
Pulled pork: 1st – Smokin Ronnie’s BBQ; 2nd – Texas BBQ Posse; 3rd 3-Bar BBQ
Ribs: 1st – Oak Cliff Oh’s; 2nd – Smokin Ronnie’s BBQ; 3rd – Matador Meat wine
Chicken: 1st – Oak Cliff Oh’s; 2nd – Texas BBQ Posse; 3rd – The Smoke Cliff Boys
Sausage: 1st – BBQ Bandits; 2nd – Matador Meat wine; 3rd – Los Juevos
Festival goers hang out in the sun and green grass at Lake Cliff Park.
Gary Jacobson and Marshall Cooper check our rib entry before turn in.
Bryan Gooding’s pork butts get up to temp in the early morning. The entry placed second in pulled pork.
Bryan and Martha Gooding prepare the chicken entry, which also placed second in the cook off.
Posse pitmaster Marshall Cooper slices our second-place brisket entry.
The perfect setting and weather for a BBQ cook off, 80 degrees in Lake Cliff Park.
Posse pitmaster Marshall Cooper takes a well-deserved break in the mid-morning.
Martha Gooding and one on Dallas’ finest.
Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez and her Posse.
Festival goers hang out in front of the posse campsite at Lake Cliff Park.
1:30 am in Lake Cliff Park at the Blues, Bandits and BBQ cook off.
Photos by Chris Wilkins & Daniel Vaughn