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Buster Dog BBQ 03-07-2009 09:55 PM

Stainless Steel Shakers
 
Not sure if this is the right thread or not. Last year we bought some 8oz stainless shakers to put our rub in for competitions. It worked great because the clean up was easy and there was no worrying about labels peeling off or lids not getting shut, etc. I want to find larger stainless shakers but haven't had much luck online. Anyone got a good site?

Thanks.

TOPS BBQ 03-09-2009 01:55 PM

I have the shakers you are looking for. Unfortunately, I couldn't locate them anywhere on-line. I found mine at my local restaurant supply store. They were pretty dusty. Doesn't look like there is much demand for those type.

Good luck.

Ashmont 03-09-2009 01:57 PM

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Originally Posted by TOPS BBQ (Post 873397)
I have the shakers you are looking for. Unfortunately, I couldn't locate them anywhere on-line. I found mine at my local restaurant supply store. They were pretty dusty. Doesn't look like there is much demand for those type.

Good luck.


Show a picture we have several Restaurant supply co in the area that I go to weekly...

Jorge 03-09-2009 02:00 PM

something like this?

http://www.acemart.com/prod4476.html

Countryhb 03-09-2009 04:06 PM

BBQ Galore, if you have one around you.

TysDad 03-11-2009 10:38 AM

A 16 oz economy steel dredge. The word dredge popped up when I started searching and that's the ticket. Even Amazon.com has 10oz stainless steel dredges.

http://www.centralrestaurant.com/cen...ge/119-015.JPG
http://www.centralrestaurant.com/Eco...3&st3=64181701

or with a handle
http://img.foodservicewarehouse.com/...co_SDH3571.jpg


http://www.foodservicewarehouse.com/...571/p6081.aspx on sale for $5.89 ???? wow, seems a bargain.


Or you could use a 12oz cheese or red pepper flake shaker and the plastic or glass lets you see the amount left
http://www.kitchensupplydirect.com/cheese-shakers.html
http://www.kitchensupplydirect.com/M...166-san312.jpg


$1.85 in plastic.
http://www.kitchensupplydirect.com/M...166-bee312.jpg

$1.64 in glass.

http://www.kitchensupplydirect.com/166-BEE312.html

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Buster Dog BBQ 03-12-2009 04:51 PM

Thanks. That is what I am looking for. I love the cleaup at a contest. No labels to get crap on.

sfisch 03-20-2009 08:55 PM

I've got one with the handle but the holes were too small for some of the home made rubs. I got my drill out and drilled out every other whole on the darn thing. Was cross eyed for two days!!

Scott

chinesebob 03-20-2009 09:22 PM

I've tried those, but I found that using the left over spice shakers from GFS work pretty dang well, and I've got tons of them since I can prep the run, then close the lid. Just a thought.

TOPS BBQ 03-24-2009 09:42 AM

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Originally Posted by TysDad (Post 874881)
A 16 oz economy steel dredge. The word dredge popped up when I started searching and that's the ticket. Even Amazon.com has 10oz stainless steel dredges.

http://www.centralrestaurant.com/cen...ge/119-015.JPG
http://www.centralrestaurant.com/Eco...3&st3=64181701

Sorry, I forgot to get back to this page. But this is what I use. My restaurant supply store had interchangeable lids, so depending on the rub, I used the lid with small or large holes.

CrazyChef 04-07-2009 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by sfisch (Post 882842)
I've got one with the handle but the holes were too small for some of the home made rubs. I got my drill out and drilled out every other whole on the darn thing. Was cross eyed for two days!!

Scott

Ouch! I used a nail and a hammer on the one at work.

Brauma 04-12-2009 08:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Jorge (Post 873406)

I bought a couple shakers like this one at Bed Bath & Beyond. 'round about the same price far as I can remember.

Yakfishingfool 04-12-2009 10:30 PM

Wrap a glove around it at the start of prep and the thing will stay very clean at cleanup time. Scott

EarlyBird 04-14-2009 11:07 AM

I got some at the local supply store that have 3 different size holes at the top with a spnner covering all but one size of holes. I usually use the medium setting. I think they are about 10 oz.

Chris.


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