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StoryQue BBQ Magazine

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I’ve just sent off my fourth article for StoryQue BBQ E-magazine.

May is National BBQ Month in the US. To celebrate, StoryQue have a special deal for new subscribers: StoryQue back issues are usually $4.99 each, but until the end of the month you can get all 10 of them for FREE if you subscribe. (iPad edition only.)

Install the app on your iPad newsstand, open it, and tap Subscribe on the app home screen. If you don't have the app yet, it's free. Search for StoryQue in the App Store.

To find out more about the magazine: http://www.storyque.com/

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The direct link to the app page on the App Store is https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bbq-mag ... 07877?mt=8

Or if you don’t have an iPad (like me) you can get the PDF version from the website: http://www.storyque.com/

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Re: StoryQue BBQ Magazine

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The May edition of StoryQue has just come out!

It Features my interview with Master Pit Builder Paul Reitmier from Silver Creek

Also plenty of other interesting stuff:

A close look at the 3,2,1, method of cooking Pork Ribs.
Pork Lollypop
Smoking Tunna and a heap of Cajun recipes
Just to mention a few!

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Its a good read - I recommend it.

I wonder what the Americans think with your line.. "I’m pleased to count him as an fmate."
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Jester wrote:Its a good read - I recommend it.

I wonder what the Americans think with your line.. "I’m pleased to count him as an fmate."

Yeah..I saw that.....Typo in the conversion to PDF I guess. :shock:

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Those offsets are awesome
Nice write up!
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Chargrilled wrote:Those offsets are awesome
Nice write up!
I think I know what my next BBQ is going to be. :D
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NotoriousPIG wrote:
Chargrilled wrote:Those offsets are awesome
Nice write up!
I think I know what my next BBQ is going to be. :D
Yeah I'm more attracted to an offset type cooker more than I am with a Komado style.

If I don't go another pelletpooper, then an offset could be the go.....but I gotta get a backyard first :roll:

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Re: StoryQue BBQ Magazine

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This months StoryQue is out...featuring our verry own Kettle Boy! :D :D 8)

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