Crocktoberfest or BUST    October 15 2013

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11min AMRAP:
11 Chest to bar pull-ups
75 pound Front squat, 22 reps

Wendy took home the title in 2011.  Here, she is shown lifting the Crocktoberfest Cup above her head.  If the shop floor was made of ice and she could have skated a victory lap, she would have been in heaven:).

Wendy took home the title in 2011. Here, she is shown lifting the Crocktoberfest Cup above her head. If the shop floor was made of ice and she could have skated a victory lap, she would have been in heaven.

Crocktoberfest or BUST

Does your crockpot have a permanent home on your countertop?  Do you walk through Target’s aisle of crockpots on display and think, “maybe it’s time to upgrade?” or “should I have two?”  Or do you hear a coworker talk up their chili and think, “whatever, mine is waaaaay better?”  

Then get your crockpot ready and enter the CrossFit Roots Paleo Crocktoberfest on Sunday, October 27th at 4pm!  It’s your chance to be named “Roots Ultimate Crocktologist.”  By doing so, you’ll follow in the footsteps of the great Crocktologists of past years and join the ranks of Wendy Ball (2011 winner) and Mary Alice Ashar (2012 winner).

To enter a dish and be eligible for the title of “Roots Ultimate Crocktologist” sign up on MBO HERE  (there is no fee to enter but you must register as entry spots are limited!).  There are entree, crocktail/beverage, and dessert categories. Doors open at 4. Judging commences at 4pm sharp.

Bring your family and bring your appetite, the entries are sure to be taste sensations.

For those about to crock, we salute you!

The Nitty Gritty:
To be eligible for the title all entries must meet the following guidelines.

1) Entries must be cooked in the Crock-Pot. Ingredients can be browned or seared prior to going in the pot but must be cooked in the pot.
2) All ingredients must be paleo (no grains, no dairy, no legumes). Paleo gray area including, maple, honey, agave, and alcohol can be included but must be disclosed. If you are unsure, ask. We will be happy to approve recipes.
3) All entries must be on the table by the start of judging.
4) Scoring will be out of a possible 50 possible points. 1-30 for taste, 1-15 for creativity/originality, and 1-5 for presentation.

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