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  • I didn't do anything as an adhesive on this one because the plan is to build a house next year so have to tear it down. But I would recomend useing a good retaining wall glue to glue the block together. I did glue the middle up right piece in place …
  • ya might be a little tough to move it but i was looking for somthing low maintanence that i dont have to touch after i was done
  • Thanks for all te help just cooked the corn. Used plate setter cooked at 400 for 45 min and was a hit I didn't soak just put in on
  • so it really take 1 1/2 to cook at about 400 and dont use the plate setter does this sound about right? i am cooking the stuff for my inlaws so don't want to make a fool of my self
  • so at 350 about how long to cook it? or is better to cook it at 400 and for the 1 1/2 hours ?
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