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Date Posted: 19:44:17 11/21/01 Wed
Author: BBQfan1
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Subject: Re: BBQ Cook Books
In reply to: Mop 's message, "Re: BBQ Cook Books" on 19:34:04 11/21/01 Wed

Read the latest issue of 'Smoke Signals' for my take on bbq books..lol
For rubs, I think Canadians would get a kick out of:
Byron's Buttrub
Head Country BBQ rub
Bone Suckin Sauce
Big Bob Gibson's
Oklahoma Joe's


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  • Re: BBQ Cook Books -- Gj, 12:07:05 11/23/01 Fri
  • Re: BBQ Cook Books -- Mop, 13:48:55 11/23/01 Fri

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