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Ribs $1.68 - Razcals Ribs - 01-28-2013 03:27 PM
Winco is selling Ribs at $1.68 Lb.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - SoEzzy - 01-28-2013 05:47 PM
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Razcals Ribs - 01-28-2013 06:08 PM
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Gene - 01-29-2013 03:58 PM
What's the going rate for brisket flats thereabouts?
Just curious to see what shipping and handling increase the price to here in Okinawa.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - PackerBacker - 01-29-2013 05:09 PM
(01-29-2013 03:58 PM)Gene Wrote: What's the going rate for brisket flats thereabouts?Now that would depend on what the going rate for brisket flats is in Okinawa! Hope all is well Gene! say hey to the Mrs.'s I dont buy flats but I'm guessing $ 4.00 or more
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Gene - 01-31-2013 02:15 PM
$4.25 for small flats, pastrami sammich size 6# or less, $2.50 for wholes, 10-12# ers. Have a flat in the fridge doing another brining session for a pastrami come Monday a.m. for the big game.
Ya it's on Monday here. 0700ish.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Larry Jacobs - 01-31-2013 10:49 PM
Hey gene, ever seen one of these? Pete's Firehouse BBQ is looking at it.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Gene - 02-01-2013 02:14 PM
I've not. If it is a Traeger it has to be the first COM 200 they built.
How old is it? I'd like to see some history on that rig. Sure needs some TLC and paint it appears.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Larry Jacobs - 02-01-2013 08:16 PM
It is a Traeger. It runs one firepot. I've heard of them but never see one.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Gene - 02-05-2013 02:33 PM
If there is a smoker museum it ought to be in it. Maybe even in the Smithsonian.
RE: Ribs $1.68 - SoEzzy - 02-05-2013 02:59 PM
I think Pete uses CM 150's, can't remember but I thought he said he had two of them in a post on the smoke ring!
Could that be a CM 150?
RE: Ribs $1.68 - Gene - 02-09-2013 04:30 PM
Hi guys. I don't see a CM150 in any searches for Traegers
There was a COM150 however. It sits on 4 casters, 2 of which will lock. Now called XL. The bigger ones Commercial, (COM 190 & 200)
are still out there. I owned one of each once upon a time.
Vic Bachman bought the 190 and the UT Pork Producers own the 200.
The older Tragers have a round pellet hopper while for years now they have a square box to hold the pellets and house the controls.
I think it'd neat to see pictures of them and how they've changed styles over the years. If anyone sees pics of them I'd like to see them posted here.