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  • Re: 2017 Rub & Sauce Exchange - Show Off Thread

    I really did score big this year!

    The great thing is that it didn't matter at all on my end that the package was delayed in customs. Our 4th of July cookout was a kids affair with just simple burger and dogs. This weekend however I'm going to a cookout hosted by another local egger, and I'm charged with bringing the ribs. The package arrived at the perfect time for me to knock that cook out of the park!
    Chilly. So glad it got there. I made the knife back in Feb just for this exchange. It's made with O2 tool steel which means it will tarnish but who cares. It's the edge that matters and it would shave when it left Canada. :). The handle is zebrawood that I tried to make faceted because I didn't know better. It pinch grips nicely. 

    I am sorry I forgot to include the letter. I was rushed before I went to the US. I printed it and then sealed the box without it. I'm dumb :)

    i admit I usually try to do a really Canadian package but this time I was just a bit busy with work. I really hope you like the sauces. The screech sauce is good and the pickled beans are friggin' killer in a Caesar (Official drink of Canada).  I took a flier on a few items and tried to not go "whole maple". But you gotta have a bit of maple.

    Sorry again for not including the letter and I sure hope you like the hand made knife. Take care and please don't cut off anything important. 
  • Re: 2017 Rub & Sauce Exchange - Show Off Thread

    Sorry to my Elf for the holdup at Customs. I let Cazzy know the progress and I am sure  he has let them know. I hoped and hoped there was a chance it would get there for tomorrow but it looks like no. 
    Happy 4th without it. 
  • Re: Deconstructed Southern ABT Pizza

    Looks awesome. Got me thinking maybe pizza tonight :)
  • Re: 2017 Rub & Sauce Exchange - Show Off Thread

    I got home from St Louis late last night and found out a package had arrived from Tennessee. Whatever could that be? :)

    @Killit_and_Grillit definitley killed it, now I guess I have to grill it. 

    Here's the big picture


    Sorry for the bad picture I broke the box down into its major food groups so you can see some finer details.

    The Sauce group:

    Looking forward to the Spicy BBQ Sauce and can't wait to try the game marinade on some venison roasts from last fall. Great choices

    The Rub Group:

    These all look killer and I appreciate the thought that went into finding some lower sodium options.  There may or may not be a sample bag of an experimental rub but I won't confirm this as I would never want to implicate anyone in a rule infraction however I certainly intend to try it (if it exists) ASAP. 

    The Sweet Group:

    Moon Pie and Goo Goo cluster. Love them and I haven't had a GGC since I was a kid and we travelled to Florida. Looking forward to trying the jams if my teenagers don't get ahold of them and use a jar per slice of toast. Kids...

    The Beverage Group:

    I became quite familiar with JD in my younger days and I guess it's time to renew our aquaintanceship. But the moonshine is what I'm looking forward to trying. Plus I appreciate the beer sweaters. They are always handy to keep your beer from freezing when you're ice fishing so they will be put to good use. 

    And finally, the 'Merica Group:

    So why Dukes?  Well, because I like it and you sure can't get it in Canada. And thank you for the flag. I will be sure to wave it on Tuesday as I drink the Moonshine and enjoy some BBQ. The people at the office are gonna think I'm a bit off but they will be used to it by now. 

    And I forgot to include a close up of the T-shirt but I think you can see the detail in the big picture. I suspect that may be your business?

    In all, thanks for a great package. I'm admittedly amazed that it came without a scratch. I can't wait to try them out this weekend. 
  • Re: Best lesson you've learned (so far) using an Egg???

    You don't need a standalone egg to bake in unless you've got (fill in the blank) ____'s $$$ :tongue:
    According to recent posts, it appears to be Scotties. @SGH
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