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Date Posted: 21:29:48 05/26/02 Sun
Author: Peter
Author Host/IP: CPE014320101090.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com /
Subject: How do I get the basics right?

I recently bought a BBQ and I bought a very small number of accessories. I often sit in stunned silence and awe reading through your emails on this site. You guys should be all writing books or making millions on TV!

Anyway, for a newcomer like myself, are there any good basic principles to good barbecuing? I live in Guelph. Where should I buy my accessories? What should I buy? Where should I get my meat and other supplies from? Any tips on good cooking techniques.

Please "dumb it down a bit" ... after all I am a recently immigrated Brit!

Thanks guys and gals!


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