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Old 08-09-2012, 06:09 AM   #41
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I went to one years ago, but they got rid of it for some reason...they are great...although the one H went to sounds larger
morning cobber.....it is a massive screen.bit more expensive ticket wise but there are fewer seats in the theatre & the seats are like airline seating but with lots of legroom.worth the extra....ben & i love the movies
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:11 AM   #42
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:16 AM   #43
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Sheesh, you guys. Mon Dieu. Back to Elba.

Harry, your chicken looks wonderful!

Made corn soup with leftover ears (of corn) and am now debating whether to use PF's Wasabi Ginger dressing with either fresh green beans or shredded cukes.
back to elba?! nice one dawg....tom,methinks we need to watch this one....methinks we've got competition buddy!
thanks dawg,i love it...trouble is once i've eaten it i could cook & eat it everyday,particularly when the weather is warm & sunny like it is now....not for long though knowing our climate....
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:20 AM   #44
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Pan-fried pork loin chops, homemade stuffing, gravy and fresh string bean salad
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Sesame pork w/ udon noodles and egg rolls
nice plates both
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:22 AM   #45
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very nice, mofet. you always get such a good sear. cast iron? and i want your stuffing. now!


my broiled buffalo wings came out great tonight. pictorial and "recipe" (it's too easy to really be a recipe) is posted under meats/chicken.

http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...ngs-81028.html

my photography and cooking skills aren't quite up to harry's, but it's a start.
too modest tom,both as good as anyone's mate!
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Thanks Harry. How do you get your thumbnail photos so big? Are you just adding them to attatchments?
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Thanks Harry. How do you get your thumbnail photos so big? Are you just adding them to attatchments?
now you're asking rock....i'm the original computer dunce!!
i have my camera set to email quality size so lots of pics can be taken on the memory card.sorry don't know the techno lingo!
download to my pictures in windows on my laptop then when i have typed the narrative in the thread just click attachments...the paperclip icon at the top of this page & browse images,select,then upload.is that clear rock?like i said,i just do it,bit of a knuckle head when it comes to computers!
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OK. Thanks. That's what I do, but for some reason yours look larger. Maybe you have them set up larger on your camera. No biggy...
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OK. Thanks. That's what I do, but for some reason yours look larger. Maybe you have them set up larger on your camera. No biggy...
just checked rock...camera is set to sq2 640 x 480 on a 1gb card.it's an olympus fe-230..only 7 megapix....old,cheap & cheerful(like it's owner!) but a decent lens...that's all i know bud
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funny, that's the same thing you call bolas.

minus the decent lens part...
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