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Whitey’s Rib Cookoff filled air with smoke for Safe Animal Shelter

Posted 5/11/23

FLEMING ISLAND – The first match was struck at 10 a.m. on Sunday for the Whitey’s Fish Camp Rib Cookoff, and the smoke didn’t clear until Breckenridge BBQ went home with the first-place trophy …

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Whitey’s Rib Cookoff filled air with smoke for Safe Animal Shelter


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FLEMING ISLAND – The first match was struck at 10 a.m. on Sunday for the Whitey’s Fish Camp Rib Cookoff, and the smoke didn’t clear until Breckenridge BBQ went home with the first-place trophy – and the Safe Animal Shelter went to the bank with more than $1,000 in donations. Reigning World Champion Pitmaster Josh Skipper got help from his daughters. Kannyn, left, and Ansleigh prepared 20 racks of ribs that were sold to benefit the shelter while 11 teams competed for prizes. Skipper’s team didn’t compete. Rollin Smokes finished second for ribs, followed by Beer and Bones in third. Rollin Bones won the side dish competition, while Breckenridge was second and Beer and Bones was third. Of course, most agreed the best side dish with ribs are more ribs.