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Merrick Mob cleans up at Kosher BBQ contest

At the first Long Island Kosher BBQ Championship

At the first Long Island Kosher BBQ Championship at Temple Beth Torah in Westbury, judges look for taste, appearance and something extra: adherence to the kashrut, or Jewish dietary laws. (June 10, 2012) Credit: Barry Sloan

The Mob, a team from Congregation Ohav Sholom in Merrick, took top honors at Sunday’s first Long Island Kosher BBQ Championship, held in the rear parking lot of Temple Beth Torah in Westbury.

“The teams came from as far away as Georgia,” writes Nicholas Spangler in Monday’s Newsday, “but it was .?.?. The Mob .?.?. who won. Their motto was ‘Barbecue you can’t refuse,’ and in a field of teams with names like Grilled to Meat Jew, the Bubbeque, and 4 Moyels and a Brisket, one expected no less.”

Read the complete story here, see photos of the event here.

The judges' table at the 2012 Long Island Kosher BBQ Championship

 

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