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Old 02-19-2007, 07:28 PM   #11
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I'm guessing that's not me!!! I made 1/4 batch tonight, since there's only me to eat it. Can't wait for lunch tomorrow!!!!
Well I think you will "consume" it all before it has a chance to go bad on you.... I had never really thought about shelf life..etc until QSis mentioned the refrigeration...I have never had any problems with it...but it usually does not last very long!! I do however keep it in the fridge....

Anyway...thanks for trying it...and I hope you enjoy it!!!
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:28 PM   #12
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http://www.imageshack.us/ to post photos

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...Sorry the picture is sideways - DC won't let me upload any vertical pictures these days. (One of the admins, can't remember who, said he/she'd look into it weeks ago, but it's still a prob for me)....
try going to the site ImageShack® - Hosting to host your photos for you
(I forget who originally posted this web site, I think it was Kitchenelf, but it works great!)

Thanks for posting that recipe Uncle Bob
(it took me a bit to figure out that you meant garlic - I was wondering what you were talking about "licking toes"?)
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Old 02-20-2007, 07:01 AM   #13
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[quote=Poutine]try going to the site ImageShack® - Hosting to host your photos for you
(I forget who originally posted this web site, I think it was Kitchenelf, but it works great!)

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Well, I do post photos on a photo-hosting website, when I'm posting my pictures on a cooking forum that requires it. However, I've always been able to upload photos directly from my computer files onto DC. But recently, I can't upload photos that are oriented vertically because of the size constraints. Maybe it's always been that way and I just happen to post horizontal photos most of the time. Whatever, it's annoying.

But I appreciate your suggestion, Poutine - thanks for trying to help!

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Old 02-20-2007, 07:57 AM   #14
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try going to the site ImageShack® - Hosting to host your photos for you
(I forget who originally posted this web site, I think it was Kitchenelf, but it works great!)

Thanks for posting that recipe Uncle Bob
(it took me a bit to figure out that you meant garlic - I was wondering what you were talking about "licking toes"?)
Licking toes Of course with the salad dressing on them! Yum!
Seriously..I guess you never heard a Southern boy say garlic..it's gaa-lick.
It's the accent don cha know? I sometime refer to garlic cloves as "toes"..It's somewhat a regional thing I guess..Anyways they look like toes..well kinda
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Old 02-20-2007, 08:54 AM   #15
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Mmmmmm, this sounds good, thanks for the recipe!
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Old 02-20-2007, 12:24 PM   #16
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The Official Practice Thread for Posting Pictures

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try going to the site ImageShack® - Hosting to host your photos for you
(I forget who originally posted this web site, I think it was Kitchenelf, but it works great!)

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Well, I do post photos on a photo-hosting website, when I'm posting my pictures on a cooking forum that requires it. However, I've always been able to upload photos directly from my computer files onto DC. But recently, I can't upload photos that are oriented vertically because of the size constraints. Maybe it's always been that way and I just happen to post horizontal photos most of the time. Whatever, it's annoying.

But I appreciate your suggestion, Poutine - thanks for trying to help!

Lee
You don't need to use the site here but if you use the image site you don't get that blue line around your pictures and I guess it saves this site space/memory/$.
There is also the "official practice page for posting pictures" you can practice there and get some advise from people that know more about this stuff than me.
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Old 02-24-2007, 12:45 PM   #17
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I was having a problem posting photos. Problem solved. Resize your photos.
480 x360 works. There are several ways to resize. Do you have Photoshop or Windows Picture Manager or Picasa 2?

If you do not have software you can download them FREE. Google to locate.

Easy to resize.
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Old 02-25-2007, 09:35 AM   #18
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Thanks for sharing your recipe Uncle Bob! I made it with an anchovy fillet and it was fantastic!
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Old 02-27-2007, 09:58 AM   #19
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Glad you liked it...I have been wanting to add the anchovy but haven't done it...Now that you have and have given it a "fantastic" rating..It will be a must do thing for me now...!!!

Thanks again for trying it...
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:05 PM   #20
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Thanks for sharing your recipe Uncle Bob! I made it with an anchovy fillet and it was fantastic!
I added 3 or maybe 4 anchovy fillets tonight...You are right...Fantastic!!
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