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  1. #1
    ColoradoSmoker Guest

    Default Free buckets for brining

    You can go to King Soopers, City Market, or Kroger all of same Grocery chain & go to the bakery Dept. ask for Icing buckets the big ones are 4 gal. with lids there used for donut glaze you just have to wash out with soap & water they have smaller ones that are about 2-3 gal. my wife likes those for her Christmas cookies & they have lids too the lids keep things air tight. but they are a little harder to get. They are free you can go to Sams Club bakery the little ones you can get easier I called the other day & got 3 with lids & they have the big ones too & there free you could use the bucket for a lot of things even camping to keep things air tight From--the
    Colorado--Smoker

    Last edited by ColoradoSmoker; 10-24-2011 at 01:43 PM. Reason: I was tould I saw using wrong color

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    Thanks for the tip. For the record: Large Red type is usually reverse for being severely Pi$$ed Off. Welcome to the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluDawg View Post
    Thanks for the tip. For the record: Large Red type is usually reverse for being severely Pi$$ed Off. Welcome to the forum.
    Well I'm not pissed off
    & thought I would share what I found out about the free buckets? Colorado--Smoker

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    Thanks for the tip!!!!
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    John

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    Thanks for the tip, calling Kroger today.
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    Awesome tip! Thanks!!
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    I'll have to add this to my "bucket" list!!!


    But really thanks for the great tip and Welcome to the joint!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoSmoker View Post
    Well I'm not pissed off
    & thought I would share what I found out about the free buckets? Colorado--Smoker
    Nice come back for the bludawg . Thanks for sharing the info with us. Keep the posts coming.
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