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I was gonna buy my husband a BBQ grill for our anniversary. I can import that with my household goods right?


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I brought mine just do not bring your propane tank that's a big no no.


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No worries. Just the BBQ grill. Lol.

And thank you. It's later this month but he won't get the present until after my interview. Lol.


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Yeah I did as well. I'm thinking of North Carolina BBQ and pulled pork and ####### like that. Anytime I go to a BBQ place, I get the catfish. Not a fan of BBQ ...


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Yeah I did as well. I'm thinking of North Carolina BBQ and pulled pork and ####### like that. Anytime I go to a BBQ place, I get the catfish. Not a fan of BBQ ...

Love bbq. Just had my first batch of my ribs for the season last weekend. This weekend is a rotisserie chicken.

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Not a big fan of pork. We go to a place on the springs that is called bird dog. They add wasabi to the BBQ sauce, omg so good. Same with the baked beans. Americans have the monopoly on really good baked beans. /hungry now.


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I just woke up and I'm salivating...Wasabi BBQ sauce yummmmm luv.gif


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The Calgary Stampede used to have really really good BBQ Style Baked Beans and you could buy them year round in a can from Heinz (I think it was Heinz).

I haven’t been to the Stampede since my daughter was in her snugli and you can’t buy them canned anymore.

Went to Tony Roma’s for lunch and had ribs. They sell Carolina pulled pork but I think I’ll wait until we move for that. :P

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I love the real southern bbq. We've got a bbq joint here called Redbones, they do it all, Texas, Memphis, and St. Louis style ribs. Pulled Pork & Brisket. Louisiana Catfish, Potlikkers, Hush Puppies and Corn Fritters.

Ok, I'm hungry now and it's only 8am. laughing.gif

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