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redsfan wrote: been looking at these but not the block, great present if the troop set you free with this! What's the difference with all the probes? All the same, just multiples?
All the same. Just multiple.

I think they are missing the market by not having a 2 pack, as the "block". It's a big jump from 1 to 4, and the singles are not as good as they are Bluetooth only where as the "block" connects to wifi so you can monitor from further away.
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Who else took advantage of the 3.99$/lb brisket from Superstore?
Cut about 1/2 of it to cure to finish as pastrami this weekend.
The other half gonna straight up smoke.
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raymondly wrote: Who else took advantage of the 3.99$/lb brisket from Superstore?
Cut about 1/2 of it to cure to finish as pastrami this weekend.
The other half gonna straight up smoke.
I picked 1 up at the Zehrs sale but I am going to make corned beef, same thing, different spicing. You just go ahead & use pickling spice? Hmm, interesting.

I see the Club House pickling spice is mustard seed, coriander seed, bay leaves, dill seed, fenugreek, cinnamon, ginger, allspice, red pepper, black pepper, cloves & my recipe is all of that, except the dill seed & fenugreek.
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raymondly wrote: Who else took advantage of the 3.99$/lb brisket from Superstore?
I picked one up.

Weighed in at 8.5kg, trimmed off a kg or so, started at 10pm with my WSM, wrapped in paper at 6am, took it off at 7:30pm with a 2h rest in a cooler.

Came out perfect. Brisket quality was good and very happy with the results.
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You know, there really is a time an place for everything....

After going 100% NG for 10+ years to a stint of about a year with 100% charcoal, I really do love having both as options now.

Especially on those nights where you just get home and have to get a kid to hockey in less than an hour. No way I could get coal rolling and things cooked in that time. Propane, no problem.

I also have to say, while i know you can make your own pretty easy, these Marc Angelo skewers are pretty darn convenient and good!
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Gutty96 wrote: You know, there really is a time an place for everything....

After going 100% NG for 10+ years to a stint of about a year with 100% charcoal, I really do love having both as options now.

Especially on those nights where you just get home and have to get a kid to hockey in less than an hour. No way I could get coal rolling and things cooked in that time. Propane, no problem.

I also have to say, while i know you can make your own pretty easy, these Marc Angelo skewers are pretty darn convenient and good!
We have a 10+ yr old Weber Silver G NG, and there is always a place for it. Head up oil for my wings, steaks, burgers/dogs. Any sort of long cook I use our Performer, but now have discovered use the Roti skewer and build a long kabob which tastes better than on the NG
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redsfan wrote: Bone Suckin sauce to top it off.. bit of cherry smoke
Need to circle back to this.

Where did you get this thing?
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Gutty96 wrote: You know, there really is a time an place for everything....

After going 100% NG for 10+ years to a stint of about a year with 100% charcoal, I really do love having both as options now.

Especially on those nights where you just get home and have to get a kid to hockey in less than an hour. No way I could get coal rolling and things cooked in that time. Propane, no problem.

I also have to say, while i know you can make your own pretty easy, these Marc Angelo skewers are pretty darn convenient and good!
If you like those, try the PC branded. Much cheaper per weight and taste great!!! Good to have for quick dinner.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: If you like those, try the PC branded. Much cheaper per weight and taste great!!! Good to have for quick dinner.
Oh good to know! Does no frills sell them? Only place for PC brand in my town.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: No idea but saw them at RCSS so maybe???

https://www.presidentschoice.ca/product ... 1431163_EA
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Oh, they are frozen section. That's why I have never seen them. The Marcs ones start fresh.

I will keep an eye out for these for sure. We only buy the Marcs on sale, so we would buy these more often I bet if they are cheaper and equally as good or better.
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Gutty96 wrote: Oh, they are frozen section. That's why I have never seen them. The Marcs ones start fresh.

I will keep an eye out for these for sure. We only buy the Marcs on sale, so we would buy these more often I bet if they are cheaper and equally as good or better.
I prefer to buy this "ready to cook" type food frozen. I dont want something siting in the fridge section, moved around for a month so I can take it home and freeze it anyways, for future lol :)
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: No idea but saw them at RCSS so maybe???

https://www.presidentschoice.ca/product ... 1431163_EA
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$13 for 15 skewers - 450g...in the No Frills flyer. Not sure what the regular price is. $13 for roughly a lb of pork is not cheap.
I've been making skewers lately using onion puree....google shashlik. Marinate overnight with salt, pepper and onion puree. Before cooking I've been sprinkling on a no salt berbere spice mix which I've seen you use in many dishes. You can sprinkle other "rubs" as well...just watch how you handle the salt.

https://www.reebee.com/flyers/10011/146 ... 04&page=10
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Another thing I will suggest is these. Very very good and not much more. or even less than just buying this size shrimp raw.
Plus, its ready and delish :)

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gr8dlr wrote: $13 for 15 skewers - 450g...in the No Frills flyer. Not sure what the regular price is. $13 for roughly a lb of pork is not cheap.
I've been making skewers lately using onion puree....google shashlik. Marinate overnight with salt, pepper and onion puree. Before cooking I've been sprinkling on a no salt berbere spice mix which I've seen you use in many dishes.

https://www.reebee.com/flyers/10011/146 ... 04&page=10
Well not shit. Obviously making your own will be cheaper. But this is not what we are talking about.
Also just saw today $8.99 at RCSS.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: Well not shit. Obviously making your own will be cheaper. But this is not what we are talking about.
Also just saw today $8.99 at RCSS.
LOL. Just pointing out the math which unfortunately a lot of ppl don't do.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: Well not shit. Obviously making your own will be cheaper. But this is not what we are talking about.
Also just saw today $8.99 at RCSS.
gr8dlr wrote: LOL. Just pointing out the math which unfortunately a lot of ppl don't do.
LOL, you guys are funny.

Still though, from a convenience side, and VS what I have been using. $9-$13 for 15 skewers is still cheaper than $12 regular price for 6-8 in the Marcs. Unless the skewers are significantly smaller.

I will give these a go if I see them.
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Gutty96 wrote: LOL, you guys are funny.

Still though, from a convenience side, and VS what I have been using. $9-$13 for 15 skewers is still cheaper than $12 regular price for 6-8 in the Marcs. Unless the skewers are significantly smaller.

I will give these a go if I see them.
I see that your math works a bit backwords or you are using this new way of doing calculations :)
A skewer does not = a skewer :) also must factor in the stick weigh ;) and divide all that by the convenience :)
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What are peoples go to dishes for vegetarians when you are doing a BBQ? Going to do a Porchetta to make sandwiches, and then want to do something a bit nicer than just some premade veggie burgers. Some thoughts

- Halloumi burgers
- Homemade veggie burgers
- Portobello mushroom burgers

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