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  • I fixed it, but this is BS. It used to be nice when I could just copy and past the BBCode otr HTML from Flickr. They have made this so tedious now that I doubt I'll even bother.  Funny thing is I've been in IT for almost 15 years and know what the…
  • I don't want to attach the full resolution 5MB files and sit here waiting for them to upload for 20 minutes.That's just stupid when I have them uploaded to Flickr and could easily link to them from there at a more friendly resolution. If they can't …
  • yeah...I give up....this new forum sucks worked for me a day ago.....I'm done with this
  • I posted this a while back but it got lost in the move. Grill corn direct with husk off until it gets a little charred. Rub with lime and sprinkle with chile powder thrn get ready for some of the best corn you've tasted.
  • Count me in. This new site stinks.
  •  - Doesn't work well at all on Android devices. This is going to keep me off as my tablet is now my primary computing tool
  • Any error messages or do you just get nothing? I haven't used Outlook for years but I think there's a way to look at the logs somewhere in the menu. The whole reboot thing is the mystery I see. Normally mail works or it doesn't. I can't see where th…
  • Grandpas Grub wrote:   Two of my 5 kids have the same feeling about raw tomatoes. Do you mind sharing how you are pickling the rinds and the mix for the "salsa/relish/chutney". It would be nice to have something else to offer those picky ankl…
  • If people do rely on it then it's simple for them to get an Rx for a cheaper, safer more effective drug. No reason for anyone to have to suffer or to rely on it at all. Some of the people who use it may never have gone to see a Dr. which could mean …
  • I have asthma. Primatene mist sucks anyway. There are far better and effective prescriptions that are actually cheaper and safer to use. It's the manufacturers fault for being slow in submitting their paperwork for their new formulation which use…
  • Wow. Great looking food and great pics. I've been experimenting with different chicken croquette recipes. I'm just about ready to try them on the Egg. I love when you can cook something twice on the Egg.
  • Any suggestions on how to deal with all the pin bones? I did 2 of these babies that I bought from Costco and I wasn't aware of all of those bones. Pretty much ruined it for me. I'd love to give it another try but maybe I need to go the fillet rou…
  • That's a must try. Looks fantastic.
  • Bordello wrote: Now isn't he/she cute,looks like a lot of fun in your future with your new family member. Regards, Bordello She's a she. Reine is French for Queen and she's s French Bulldog. All the attitude of the English in 1/3 the …
  • OK I give Lawnranger. I'm pretty good with plants, but that one isn't one I see in Ohio. Thistle? Really nice use of the setting sun just out of frame.
  • Our new little hellraiser. Reine at 4 Months Old enjoying late afternoon sun by
  • I'm late but here are a few more from the trip. We had to leave early but it was a great trip. Can't wait to do this again. Click for larger photos. Patty) and Eenie Meanie trying to decide on cheese. Tough to do there since they must have >1000 …
  • Carpenter bees are larger and almost devoid of hair on the abdomen tot he point where they look shiny black. Hard to tell from that photo. One telltale is that male carpenter bees have a distinct yellow patch on their "face" and lack a stinger. …
  • Thank god sometimes people say F*%$ protocol. In an isolated area with multiple wounded, sure I can see pushing someone in this situation aside to work on others, but in this case it sounds like better judgement prevailed. That surgeon must have ner…
  • cookn biker wrote: Enchies look really yummy!! Technically, I do think those viennas are loney....or a cuz.. Hadn't really thoguht of that. When it comes to 'loney I'm a bit of a snob and go for the Mortadella.
  • I believe that red flower in your pics is called "firepink" and is actaully somewhat rare. That will attract the hummers too.
  • Oh now I'm confused...I'm just gonig to give up and switch to smoking with Trex planks from now on. :P
  • Could be an Anaheim or bananna pepper. Most of those are usually mild but some can be a bit hotter.
  • Carolina Q wrote: Is that Hudy, as in Hudepohl? I've never had one, but when I was about 10 years old (a LONG time ago), my uncle took me to a Reds game. I can still remember the beer guys yelling, "Hudepohl!! Get your ice cold Hudepohl now!" …
  • PattyO wrote: Is that their Jungle Ribs? I always stock up on them. How did you fix yours? I love JJs, it's a yearly event for me. I was there two weeks ago, and ready to return. Maybe we should plan a group field trip. You know, with a meet n gr…
  • Little Steven wrote: It's been on my wish list for many years. Steve Ditto...I think I'm going to have to pull the trigger in the next year or so. We should really try and put together an Egghead invasion of the Hatch festival one yea…
  • 68rustang wrote: The wood has not been fumigated or treated so I can't absolutely guarantee there aren't any bugs. However, it is cubed into ~2.5" pieces that don't show any signs of bug activity. Logs or large splits (firewood) would definitely b…
  • Just an FYI ... not a great idea to move wood out of Ohio. [ul]http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/5066/Default.aspx[/ul] The Emerald Ash Borer is only 1 of a few species that can hitchhike on wood.
  • Grandpas Grub wrote:   Click forward on the email then go into the subject area and copy the non forum email address which will show in the From: under the "---Oritinal Email----" heading. If I sent you an email through the forum, and it reach…
  • Congrats and congrats. On the marriage and on a great looking food blog. Great writing and awesome photography. My wife and I did Bar Harbor Maine and surrounding area last year. Can't wait to go back
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