Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Default Canada's answer to the Weber

I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

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On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.


that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass at the public library. i dig a hole in the groun and put in cherry wood and lump charcoal. steel great on top an away i go. so like pee off eh. the librarians come out and go all wow n' shit.
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On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.


that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass


No, you're in Etobicoke.


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Default Canada's answer to the Weber

On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.


that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass


No, you're in Etobicoke.


Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.
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On 6/28/2015 1:14 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass


No, you're in Etobicoke.


Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.

Byte me.


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On Monday, June 29, 2015 at 12:06:59 AM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 1:14 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass

No, you're in Etobicoke.


Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.

Byte me.


I bet you say that to all the guys.
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On 7/3/2015 6:03 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Monday, June 29, 2015 at 12:06:59 AM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 1:14 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass

No, you're in Etobicoke.

Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.

Byte me.


I bet you say that to all the guys.



Only the ones with floppy discs, LOL!


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Default Canada's answer to the Weber

On Friday, July 3, 2015 at 8:08:58 PM UTC-4, Troll Disposal Service wrote:
On 7/3/2015 6:03 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Monday, June 29, 2015 at 12:06:59 AM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 1:14 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass

No, you're in Etobicoke.

Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.

Byte me.


I bet you say that to all the guys.



Only the ones with floppy discs, LOL!


German lingo lesson for today: what do you call a bra in German?

Stopem' Floppen
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Default Canada's answer to the Weber

On 7/5/2015 6:55 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Friday, July 3, 2015 at 8:08:58 PM UTC-4, Troll Disposal Service wrote:
On 7/3/2015 6:03 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Monday, June 29, 2015 at 12:06:59 AM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 1:14 PM, PitMeister wrote:
On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 12:38:36 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
On 6/28/2015 7:51 AM, PitMeister wrote:
On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 5:27:45 PM UTC-4, La Mirada wrote:
I'd love to see one of these in person, they have a few key improvements
over the Weber, enough to make them well worth considering.


http://amazingribs.com/bbq_equipment...l-kettle-grill

Napoleon is a Canadian company that manufactures a wide variety of
grills, smokers, accessories and books. They started in 1976 as a small
steel fabrication company in Ontario, Canada, then branched out into
making fireplaces and grills. Although Napoleon sightings are rare south
of the Canadian border, they produce quality products and are
essentially Canada's answer to Weber. In fact it's hard not to draw
comparisons between Napoleon and Weber, even their logo and website are
similar. But Napoleon comes up with just enough distinctive ideas to
make them a viable contender.

that's nice. i live in kitchener dumbass

No, you're in Etobicoke.

Yeah right. At the Etobicoke Public Library. So like **** off eh.

Byte me.

I bet you say that to all the guys.



Only the ones with floppy discs, LOL!


German lingo lesson for today: what do you call a bra in German?

Stopem' Floppen


ROFLOL!

Dringen in Holland, jetz!



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