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  • RRP
    I keep replying to your email - please check your spam folder.

    Here again is what I sent:

    Scot -

    as I said last night…
    The 2 L & 1 S will cost you $6USD EACH for the Larges and $4USD for the 1 small. So math wise that means $16USD for the 3 gaskets you wanted

    I had guessed at the postage as being $10USD but the actual today was only $8.80USD so the total you owe me is just $24.80USD. I never heard back from you but I assumed the price would be acceptable to you and therefore the gaskets were mailed!

    Typically delivery time runs 8 to 10 business daysAgain - no need to actually pay me until YOU receive the gaskets! All I ask is to be paid in US Dollars whether it be in greenbacks or via PayPal in US Dollars - or a money order or cheque payable in dollars. 

    My mailing address is:

    Ron Pratt
    314 W Woodridge Drive
    Dunlap, IL 61525

    or if you prefer to use PayPal my account there is the same as this email address of:


    March 21
  • RRP
    And I HAVE replied to them! Not sure WTF is going on! If you haven't even gotten these PLEASE email me directly at

    I'm off to bed...
    March 21
  • Celtics17
    on your black berry sauce did you just pour it over the loin after cooking it or put in wrapped in foil to finish it off???
    March 2013
  • Wendy_Beachcomber
    Hi there, I was wondering if you were planning on attending the Yard, Garden & Renovations Show at the Chilliwack Heritage Park on March 22, 23, 24? We are going to be there with our booth and hope that you will pop in to say hi. Cheers, Wendy
    March 2013
  • smokesniffer changed his profile picture.
    August 2012
  • SamFerrise
    I opened up the holes in the original grate to 3/4 inch. This will allow about 30% more airflow in my estimation. I just finished the modification this afternoon and will report on the performance on my next cook. I think it will be a bump up without spending any extra coin out of pocket.
    April 2012
  • jscarfo
    i buy my dry rub. my favorite is rudys. i put it on everything mac n cheese, pork, chicken, soup, steaks has a little zip and lots of flavor
    December 2011
  • llrickman
    Dont give up on that BGE you will soon become an accomplished chef with it :) You will be making the best food you have ever eaten. I have friends that will call me and ask when im cooking on the egg next. Dont stick to one thing either , dont be afraid to try new things , steak , ribs ,chicken ( spatchcock is easy and delicious) , Turkey , Ive done awesome prime rib , You can do Bread, pizza , cookie, cobbler , the list goes on and on . When you get frustrated try something new , And the people on this site are awesome and always willing to help . Try the recipe section too great recipes there If you send me your email i will send you a tips and tricks email sent to me when i first got my egg its a big help
    December 2011