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  • Rzeancak said: $1795 for Large BGE,included: nest, wings, ash tool, grill gripper. BGE lump charcoal, box of fire starters and cover. In Nova Scotia Canada  I love this post.  I know for a fact, the price Ontarians pay for an XL BGE is wh…
  • Thanks for a quick reply and explanation Shawn. Sparkling Pools And Spas thrives to provide the best possible customer service to its customers and when I had a customer from this forum email me with the link to this thread I can honestly say I (a…
  • Fliehigh I know that the bonehead owner is organizing a bbq competion for this summer and I will be helping her out with it. A bbq competition is pretty much the same in a way! You also get demos etc.. at competition! But we can always ask for eggfe…
  • I am currently using iGrill, an app for my iOS device to allow me to view temps, timers, graphs for up to two probes.  The iGrill device was $99 and the app download was free. Works Awesome! 
  • We started selling Basque Natural Lump Charcoal, so far so good with it. It light's easy had lots of big chunks and is MUCH hotter burning than Royal Oak or the BGE Brand.
  • Hi Shawn, Sparkling Pools And Spas sells their  Basque Charcoal for $23.99 for an 18lb bag.  I have used the BGE Brand, Royal Oak, Maple Leaf and the Basque.  I find the Basque to burn much hotter than the other brands and it seems to have larger ch…
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