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Date Posted: 12:52:25 02/05/03 Wed
Author: Ron
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Subject: Re: Hey Darren
In reply to: DarrenC 's message, "Re: Hey Darren" on 11:54:14 02/05/03 Wed

Well actually, the smoker has been put away for the winter. Funny you should mention: there was an article in the newspaper today in the food section, front page, about how more and more people grilling in the winter and how people are also buying ceramic grill/smoker (sic) at this time of year. It also states that almost 50% of grill owners in Canada are using it in winter. It's a growing trend. go figure. I guess I should get with the program. Meanwhile in a couple weeks I'm gonna dry-cure a brisket for a few weeks and get the smoker out of the mothballs in March to cold smoke the baby. Do you smoke in winter? and I mean meat lol

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