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Old 04-04-2005, 03:01 PM   #11
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I hope I'm allowed to do this.. the pictures I posted are about 10 down from the top... then I was using an "el-cheapo" Brinkman type smoker.. since then, as I explained in the thread, I switched to the Weber Smokey Mountains aka WSM.

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Old 04-04-2005, 06:05 PM   #12
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Yu can post photos here, simply attach them to your posts. Also, you can upload them to your photo gallery (see the link at the top of the page).
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Old 04-04-2005, 07:01 PM   #13
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[QUOTE=lutzzz]Yes, trish.. I'm sitting here watching the Edmonds/Kingston ferry boat "putt-putt" across the sound on a very dull, dreary, gray day but no rain YET! ... probably the same down where you are.

One thing I'm going to miss here is having the ability to post a picture... on C2C, for example, I've explained/helped some with BBQ ribs, butt, & brisket.. and could post some pictures of some things I cooked as examples... but I can't do that here. Just have to get better with words I guess...

I enjoyed this site the last time I was here and most of the people... but I ran into some "attitudes" that I didn't agree with... so I left. Guess I'll have to see how far the "changes" extend.


I love Edmonds it's a pretty little town.

You can post photos here now. That was one of the changes. Just go up to MEMBERS PHOTOS and you can upload your shots. It's really easy. If I can do it anyone can!
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Old 04-04-2005, 10:37 PM   #14
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Well, I guess I did not have the photos as attachments setup properly. I just got it all setup...

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Old 04-05-2005, 10:33 AM   #15
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I'll look around, thanks

Thank you, Andy... I'll do some reading and try to figure it out

Some of this 'puter stuff isn't my strong suit.. like, I need a seeing eye dog or something when it comes to figuring stuff out.

I did try the [image] command and it just printed it in plain text. And I was trying to post off my homepage... do I have to upload to the photo album here? or pull the picture off my hard disk locally...

I'll hunt around the FAQ and stuff and it probably tells me....
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Old 04-05-2005, 10:55 AM   #16
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You said (I don't know how to do a quote yet

"Well, if you check out the responses to the few posts I made on C2C, I think you will see what I mean. But hey, if you like it there, more power to you. Different strokes for different folks I say."

I did check and I couldn't find any posts from you aka "choclatechef" in the last year... but you might be using a different user name. I know several people here post there with different names

...and HEY... I understand fully. As I said earlier, it's not a site for everyone/everything.

I posted a question once about using raw rice instead of cooked rice in stuffed peppers and the thread died unceremoniously . The "chefs" ain't too big on "comfort food" stuff!

Anyway, thank you for the warm "welcome back" post.
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You are welcome.....

And I appreciate your doing a search for my posts. It means you took what I said as seriously as I did. I was/am choclatechef there also.

Thank you once again for being open minded....
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Welcome back Lutzzz we are always glad to meet new people you were here before me and it is nice you came back to try us out again. I hope you stay and please always feel welcome here.
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Bla bla bla... Are you a woman? And if so are you single??!!
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