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  • Argoboy
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    There are a few things I would Iike to buy from the US but I have not due to shippings/duty/brokerage fees.

  • FishTalesNC
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    I've read so many good things about their Wing Dust, and we do wings a LOT, usually in a traditional Buffalo style. I noticed their Wing Dust is $4 off right now, so placed an order last night for their Nashville Hot, Chili Lime and Salt & Vinegar. Excited to try them soon.

  • randy56
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    That should be against the law. To charge you that amount. I'm a fan of Kosmos products. But not at that price.

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  • pkadare
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    Craigar - yeah, I really try to avoid ordering from US companies that ship via UPS up here. FedEx doesn't do this, nor does the good old USPS.

  • Craigar
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    $56? Damn, that's another prime brisket from Costco in my 'hood. Good luck! I hope you enjoy the seasonings! Oh, and of course the brisket.

  • pkadare
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    This weekend's project. An 8.9 kg (19.66 lbs) AAA brisket. I doubt that I'll order Kosmos Q directly from them again, at least unless they stop using UPS. In addition to the duty, which I don't mind paying, UPS tacked on a $56 USD brokerage charge!

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  • Troutman
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    rtfrost88 To clarify, if it’s a prime or American Wagyu brisket, I’m less inclined to inject. But to answer you’re question, I always dry brine and season regardless of whether I inject or not. One does not preclude the other.

  • rtfrost88
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    When you inject with Butchers, do you also dry brine or put a rub on with salt?

  • ColonialDawg
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    Agree

  • Craigar
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    I have tried a couple (dirty bird and killer bee honey) and came away unimpressed, especially for the $12.95 I paid for each bottle at my local BBQ store last summer. Hopefully your results turnout better than mine. However, I have been tempted to buy a pouch or two of the wing dust.

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  • Smoking77
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    Been looking at his website. I'm a little confused with the injections versus the moisture magic. Is it that the injections give flavor while the Moisture Magic retains moisture? I only ask because the injections say "moisture-retaining components."

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  • pkadare
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    My "local" Ace would be across the border that is currently closed. :-)

  • Parkin
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    The Honey Killer Bee on Ribs and Butt is pretty damn good...trying the SPG on Shirt Ribs this morning.

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  • smokin fool
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    No Ace is the place this side of the 49th.

  • smokin fool
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    @ Argoboy Is that the place that's on Kijiji all the time, shilling wood chips/chunks and rubs.
    They do seen expensive compared to other places I use, they want $14 for a bag of chunks
    I usually pay $9ish
    If a rub strikes my interest I'll pay otherwise I make my own.
    Found the place on Kijiji, Crazy Carnivores BBQ Supply, stores in London and Ayr that I see listed may be more.
    Last edited by smokin fool; July 12, 2020, 08:12 AM.

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