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Old 09-11-2013, 07:19 PM   #1
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Default Butcher paper - want some?

I broke down and bought a roll from Sam's club. At 1000 feet, it's more than I'll ever use. But it's official food grade paper. For the few dollars I could save buying craft paper or similar, I just didn't want to risk what might be in paper not intended to come in contact with food.

If someone wants some and you're not far from the far western Chicago 'burbs (minutes from the location of our last meetup) I'd be happy to share some. If we have a meetup in the near future, I'll bring the roll.

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Old 09-11-2013, 07:47 PM   #2
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I seen the same roll at Sam's this weekend, what i need to know is where to get a table top dispenser.
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Old 09-11-2013, 08:10 PM   #3
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I got the same roll and didn't think I'd ever use it all. You'd be suprised!
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Old 09-11-2013, 08:39 PM   #6
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Why not use parchment paper instead? Is it the price?
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Old 09-11-2013, 08:54 PM   #7
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Why not use parchment paper instead? Is it the price?
Butcher paper is plain paper, more or less. Parchment is impregnated with something, kind of like wax paper but takes higher temperature. Parchment would not breathe like plain paper.
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would love to get a hold of it...too bad im in texas
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Old 09-11-2013, 11:31 PM   #9
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I am going to be in Grayslake this weekend for thier Downtown Rib Throwdown, is that close enough?
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don`t want to be to nose`ey how much would a roll set a man back?
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don`t want to be to nose`ey how much would a roll set a man back?
It runs about $17 at my local store, not sure about your area
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parchment paper works fine

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Butcher paper is plain paper, more or less. Parchment is impregnated with something, kind of like wax paper but takes higher temperature. Parchment would not breathe like plain paper.
any other problems with parchment paper ?
recently bought a roll.
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$17.82 here. (plus tax)


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I am going to be in Grayslake this weekend for thier Downtown Rib Throwdown, is that close enough?
That would be up to you. I'm not heading to Grayslake this weekend. Google maps say 1:06 one way from Grayslake to Winfield. probably not worth the drive.

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any other problems with parchment paper ?
recently bought a roll.
I'm not aware of any. And I don't know that this is a problem either, just different. Many here wrap in foil and are happy with the results and that doesn't breathe. Others prefer paper and I wanted to give that a try.
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I broke down and bought a roll from Sam's club. At 1000 feet, it's more than I'll ever use. But it's official food grade paper. For the few dollars I could save buying craft paper or similar, I just didn't want to risk what might be in paper not intended to come in contact with food.

If someone wants some and you're not far from the far western Chicago 'burbs (minutes from the location of our last meetup) I'd be happy to share some. If we have a meetup in the near future, I'll bring the roll.

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Do you have kids? Butcher paper is good for coloring. I tear off a 4 foot piece, put it on the table and the kids are entertained for a while.
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