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Unread 11-24-2008, 02:21 PM   #31
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Did you sauce them?
Wrapped em in bacon with some Dizzy Pig Tsunami rub. No sauce.
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Unread 11-30-2008, 11:31 AM   #32
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Is this just a spin to get the backyard guy to buy, and spend more for, the same chit they've been using for years??
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Sounds like something I've been wanting to try. If it's too expensive I could always just use lump. Same chit but not compressed into a briquette.
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I use a briquette of the same type, and its around a dollar a pound!
Even at that price, I love it. Burns real slow and smooth in a "sealed cooker", burns hot and fast in a grilling application, and I SWEAR there is less ash than regular lump.
If their briquette is as good as what I am using now, it is worth a look for those that have not used it.
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Very interesting stuff. Not that I can get my paws on it over here .. but, what would compel one to buy it over lump?

The only thing I can think of would be that it has a consistent size and consistent density. But, doesn't that take some of the fun out of the whole process?
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The Kingsford folks sent this beautiful engraved cutting board today along with a double C (my initials) branding iron with some more info on the new stuff.



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Cool setup, Clint. Any word when this new product will hit shelves for us common folks?
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Cool setup, Clint. Any word when this new product will hit shelves for us common folks?
That's a nice cutting board... Sorry I missed the event now !!

Shane - Check above.. Pigmaker noted a release date of 1/15 with list prices and lb/bag sizes.
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Sorry, didn't see that.

Home Depot? This should be interesting. New products don't make it out here very fast. HD is still selling porticos with undersized columns out here.
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Sorry, didn't see that.

Home Depot? This should be interesting. New products don't make it out here very fast. HD is still selling porticos with undersized columns out here.

Phil will buy it... he collects undersized columns.
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Home Depot? This should be interesting. New products don't make it out here very fast. HD is still selling porticos with undersized columns out here.
Yeah, I threw away the letter but I think it said it would be available mid-Jan and on most mass retail shelves but late March in time for the "bbq season"
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Yeah, I threw away the letter but I think it said it would be available mid-Jan and on most mass retail shelves but late March in time for the "bbq season"
I have my copy here. It says that it is shipping in January (no specific date) and will be widely available by April 1.

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