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Unread 12-05-2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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Default Butcher Paper anyone?

Here's your butcher paper. And lots of it!!!

I like the width choices.

http://www.uline.com/BL_1956/Butcher-Paper

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$66 with the shipping cost on a 24" roll...I don't think so!!!

I find this to be a much better deal over all:

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/24-x.../43324TAR.html

With shipping, it was just under $40.
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I use the pink its 18" x1000" like 26 bucks for 40lbs, it wraps up brisket, butts and ribs good.


http://216.178.81.174/abco2/catalogd...ormname=browse

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$66 with the shipping cost on a 24" roll...I don't think so!!!

I find this to be a much better deal over all:

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/24-x.../43324TAR.html

With shipping, it was just under $40.
Is there a shiny side to that paper? It looks like it in the picture.
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Here's your butcher paper. And lots of it!!!

I like the width choices.

http://www.uline.com/BL_1956/Butcher-Paper

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Is there a shiny side to that paper? It looks like it in the picture.
Nope...just plain old fashion butcher paper. I've used it to wrap a few briskets and such.
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I've used cheap kraft paper, in a roll, from staples or walmart in the past...its found with the shipping/mail supplies
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I like uline for my handle business. Great products and awesome shipping.
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I like uline for my handle business. Great products and awesome shipping.
Thats where I get my nitrle gloves. They got every kind there is.
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Thanks for the heads up!
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I know a while back, someone also mentioned something about a website called POS Paper...don't think it's the same meaning as you and I are thinking .

Butcher Paper.jpg

http://www.pospaper.com/butcherpaper.html
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Does anyone know what paper Frankin uses? Is it 18" red paper?

I got 1000' of natural colored butcher paper from restaurant dept and the stuff is very thin, it rips and is a pain to work with.
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I got 1000' of natural colored butcher paper from restaurant dept and the stuff is very thin, it rips and is a pain to work with.
Try the white next time from RD ~ I bought the 18" x 1000; works like a charm.
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Does anyone know what paper Frankin uses? Is it 18" red paper?

I got 1000' of natural colored butcher paper from restaurant dept and the stuff is very thin, it rips and is a pain to work with.
Franklin uses custom paper made at a secret mill in Uvalde, TX. The secret is in the use of mesquite and juniper (Mountain Cedar).
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Franklin uses custom paper made at a secret mill in Uvalde, TX. The secret is in the use of mesquite and juniper (Mountain Cedar).
I had heard that chuck norris made franklin's paper
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