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  • Re: Another failed 2-2-1 attempt...pls help!

    Congrats on the 15 day old, nice at that age, you can still win an argument! 
    If the pit probe said 250º and the ribs are typical BBs, you should be done - but obviously are not. 
    Have a rack in the SV right now, we have not had "smoked" ribs for over a year now, 18 hrs at 147º followed by an hour or so on a 275º egg and all is good, every time. 
    Bump your temp to 275º for the next try and I'm bettin' you will be just fine. 
  • Re: Charcoal brands

    Couple of years ago Kebroak in the 40# was available thru, with free shipping for $40CDN. Bought at least three bags. Good stuff for that price. Average to start, better than average for ash, fairly neutral and no moon rocks or foreign objects found. Would buy agin if I could get it worth the price.
    Sadly, the price is now almost $200CDN for a 40# bag, so not buying much of that. Price is $50US on 
    I found Kebroak to be better than RO (which is BGE if I understand it correctly). Don't think you will be disappointed. 
  • Re: Oreilles de crisse

    Damn - you are killing me! How I miss sugar season. Couple of bushes around Athens and Delta Ontario that we used to visit when the kids were young. The Athens bush was run by an ex-Quebecer and he used to hand out jowl with the sugar treats....
  • Re: Spider in Canada

    Even with a Toronto based distributor, I doubt the prices would drop. Canadian pricing, fact of life. Eggs are anywhere from 25% to 45% more in Canada than in the USA, I'd expect accessories to carry the same if not higher mark up. 

    CGW or CGS simply pass on the shipping costs they incur, it is not their fault. Unless you live close enough to the border to use a US ship to address, you are stuck with the high shipping costs. 

  • Re: I hate my fridge

    Not sure if you have a Fisher&Paykel dealer close by, but their counter depth french door, bottom freezer units are excellent. No idea if they are differnt here in Canuckistan than in the Land of the Free, but may be worth a look. 
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