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Date Posted: 05:50:13 12/14/03 Sun
Author: Sergio P.
Author Host/IP: d64-180-201-55.bchsia.telus.net /
Subject: BBQ Sources

I just discovered this site and happy to see Canadian content,

i'm wondering if anybody knows in Vancouver of sources for Oak and Hickory or other woods besides Maple, Alder and Birch?

Also where is Morton's Tender quick available in Canada? and what other good sources for supplies are out there this side of the border.

I have been cooking with a WSM for a few years, and a couple of months ago bought a grill chef fron Dave Klose that gets my heart pumping.

Is the CBSA active? what do they provide?
Thank you for any info

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