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  1. Re: What wood to use in an Long and Slow Offset Smoker???

    He will answer you beter, but he sells a variety of wood chunks and it works great in the Weber. You can get it directly from him.
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    Re: Your Best/Favorite Braai/BBQ/Outdoor Cooker

    Emmie L where did you acquire this??
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    Re: Your Best/Favorite Braai/BBQ/Outdoor Cooker

    I love my webers and I love my u-braai for open flames, but I will never have enough outdoor cooking equipment. Some shown on this thread are on my wish list640926
  4. Thread: Meat loaf

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    Re: Meat loaf

    Hedgehog, why not line your bread tin with bacon for added flavour?
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    Re: Vortex/Poortex

    Thanks for the info!
    A recommendation from my side, if you plan on using the vortex often, get yourself a GBS grid with the removable inner. That vortex will chow through your grid. The nice part of...
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    Re: Vortex/Poortex

    Hi Mickey
    I did the same and dont make wings any other way anymore. Where did you get that salad bowl as I made mine from a stainless steel bucket.
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    Re: Weber Briquettes

    Riaan,
    These weber briquettes are not the same as their US counterparts, but the quality is good. They work great for a 2x2 snake and minion method for low & slow. Will it be my No 1 Briquettes,...
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    Re: New Maxxis Razzor AT

    I spoke to the rep on Wednesday and his response was that the first container arrived on Friday. Our branch in Brits have not yet received their stock, but I will inform you once our rep sends me the...
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    Re: September brekkie run 27 September

    Thanks for the voice note Willie. We will be there!
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Had my first one after waiting for the 2 week bottle conditioning.
    Have to say, I love the taste.
    Thanks Wynand, great...
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    So I took the plunge

    I think so, when I searched for cappers, there werent any bench cappers available, so I bought an Emily capper.
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    So I took the plunge

    Just completed bottling mine. Broke 1 x 330ml bottle with the capper.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200824/f4fb09a8c6d3258b6d0628a51db893e2.jpg
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    As ek na my fermentasie kyk, sal ek vanmiddag of mre moet bottel.
  14. Re: Grill or Barbecue? A History of American Barbecue

    Sean
    I think you may have mixed up your links, unless you want us to buy camping showers!!
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    Re: So I took the plunge

    Thanks Wynand. Mine delivered this morning.
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    Re: New Maxxis Razzor AT

    Spoke to one of the Maxxis reps, no price at the moment as stock will only be available from September, but would be slightly more than the 980 Bravo's.
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    Re: July Brekkie Run

    Willie, Just spoke to one of my Randfontein friends, that apparently knows you and he confirmed that there is a grondpad to Parys.
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    Re: July Brekkie Run

    If you are planning a destination type day with dirt roads, then I am also interested in attending as I am currently 2x4.
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    Re: Himalayan Salt Block

    Ironic that this discussion comes up the same day as YouTube suggests a video regarding the topic.
    Check ot out.
    https://youtu.be/x2m1xir2Yrw

    Note: I have never watched any of this guys videos
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    Re: Himalayan Salt Block

    I totally agree with you Toxxyc. Nothing beats cast iron. Im considering changing my stainless cookware to cast iron.
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    Re: I am going to go mad! Hydrometer and yeast

    Maybe ask your question on the Brewing Noob thread.
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    Re: I am going to go mad! Hydrometer and yeast

    I totally agree with your post!

    I am a total noob at brewing and I am better at it now with the help that Jelo, Toxxyc and Estee (to name a few) gave on this forum.
    Without them I would stil be...
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    Re: Jeep Trade Thread... all things jeep related

    Hi guys

    I have a Frontrunner full fridge/cargo slide for the JKU. No drilling needed. Make me an offer!
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  24. Thread: Brewing Noob

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    Re: Brewing Noob

    That would be great!
  25. Thread: Roof Rack

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    Wrangler 4dr Re: Roof Rack

    You should have, but I know the feeling!
  26. Thread: Josper oven

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    Re: Josper oven

    Agree Jelo, just with a fancy glass door. At the listed price of 16000 US$ it should turn mince into a prime cut dry aged wagyu!!
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