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The CrossFit Roots Annual Paleo Crocktoberfest!

15
Sep

The CrossFit Roots Annual Paleo Crocktoberfest!

Reminder!  The Women’s Only Program Free Intro and Information Session is tomorrow (Wednesday) at 9:30am.  Tell a friend. Details here.

“Diane”
21-15-9 reps, for time:
Deadlift (225 lbs / 155 lbs)
Handstand push-ups

Diane is part of the yearlong benchmark series.

Wendy took home first annual Crocktoberfest trophy back in 2011.  Crocktoberfest was created by Stefanie and is a Roots staple in October.  Sign-up now!

Wendy took home first annual Crocktoberfest trophy back in 2011. Crocktoberfest was created by Stefanie and is a Roots staple in October. Sign-up now!

The CrossFit Roots Annual Paleo Crocktoberfest

Join us for Roots’ 4th Annual Paleo Crocktoberfest crock-pot cooking contest!  Bring your favorite crock-pot creation and compete against your fellow athletes for the title of Roots’ Ultimate Crocktologist!

Sunday, October 5th – 4:30pm

Sign up for competitors will open today in MBO under the events tab.  Click here to register!

There will be 3 categories of competition – Entrees, Desserts, and Crocktails.  There will be winners named for each category.

You do not have to compete to attend but if you are not entering a crock, please bring a side or drink to share.

Doors open at 4:30pm.  Judging starts at 5pm.  Eating starts as soon as the judges have had an opportunity to taste each of the entries.

OFFICIAL RULES

Judging starts promptly at 5pm.  Any entries that arrive after 5pm will be enjoyed by all but will not be in the running for the title.

All ingredients must be paleo approved (please post any ingredient questions to comments)

Paleo Gray area sugars (including honey, maple, agave, etc) are allowed but be prepared to disclose if you have used any added sugar.

All ingredients must be cooked in the crock-pot (cannot bbq, fry wok, etc. prior to going in the pot.  Searing or browning is OK).

Be prepared to share the family recipe.

Questions?  Post to comments.

1 Response

  1. Ian

    Are meats that have small amounts of added sugar legal (i.e. Bacon)?
    Can you give us a little more info about the rules of the “Crocktail” category?