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Name:
Dave Schlanger (david.schlanger@kirtland.af.mil)
Remote Name:
64.187.93.47
Date:
Tuesday December 07, 2004
Time:
12:48:35 PM -0800

Comments

Alan, Thanks for the great Bagster review. I'm definitely going to get the system now. However, where did you get the tank protector and bag??? I'm going crazy trying to find an english speaking site that sells them. Also, how much did you pay? I'm getting the system because my tank has "character." It wont be until early 2006 that my painter has an opening on his schedule. Thanks for the great website! Very informative! SSgt Dave Schlanger, USAF Kirtland AFB New Mexico 1998 R1200C


Name:
Maurice Lalonde (moelal@hotmail.com)
Remote Name:
69.70.116.8
Date:
Sunday December 05, 2004
Time:
07:32:41 AM -0800

Comments

Alan, we met at Americade 2004, as I was parking by grey CLC.  Ride safe, Moe


Name:
cjbrodd
Remote Name:
65.163.87.5
Date:
Wednesday December 01, 2004
Time:
02:05:56 PM -0800

Comments

Your garlic shrimp sounds great! How hot do you get your K for grilling shrimp, and fish fillets?


Name:
Tony@chads.org.uk
Remote Name:
80.42.75.179
Date:
Saturday November 27, 2004
Time:
04:56:12 PM -0800

Comments

Love your site, especially the cruiser info as I have a R1200C as well, am considering some of the mods for my self. I love the photo's & tech info for fitting, and can see you were a pro photographer. I have also enjoyed all the other area's too, Great stuff .... keep it going, Chadders


Name:
jeffatlarge@aol.com
Remote Name:
64.12.116.7
Date:
Saturday November 27, 2004
Time:
11:26:44 AM -0800

Comments

I did a web search on heated insoles and your site came up.I got on the gorix site and bought some 3X3 inch squares. They should be here (Greensburg, Pennsylvania U.S.A.)soon. You sound like me, not satisfied with most bought items and end up having to modify the stuff anyway. I'll use your info to make some insoles as soon as the material arrives. You will get another e mail on my progress, I hope I can get them to work? Thanks for the info! Jeff


Name:
Stacey and Thistletoe the Prickly Princess, a-hedge@gocougs.wsu.edu
Remote Name:
69.33.35.76
Date:
Thursday November 25, 2004
Time:
01:27:31 AM -0800

Comments

Dear Violet and Family, We really enjoyed Violet's pictures. :) Josh and Violet looked identical! She's a beautiful girl with lots of personality. :) She's precious and very spoiled by her loving family. Best wishes, Stacey Dear Violet, You and I look alike AND have same favorite food, freeze dried mealies. Aren't they just crunchy and yummy? I used to sneak under the vellux bedding too but daddy really didn't like that at all and fixed it so I can only use my hedgie bags and pigloo now. They tell me I'm a Princess but won't let me do EVERYTHING I want. How about you? Have you ever played with Super Tube? It's a lot of fun just like a regular TP tube but you have to be really coordinated to maneuver something so long! My ultimate favorite toy is my wheel. It's the best and I never get tired of wheelin' all night. Keeps my figure nice and legs shapely too. I think you are very cute and hope to see more pictures of you. Prickly kisses and pokey hugs, Thistletoe


Name:
Lea lealarson@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
161.184.113.195
Date:
Wednesday November 24, 2004
Time:
07:34:39 PM -0800

Comments

What beautiful pictures and comments. Very nicely put together .......I just love that little cutie pie!


Name:
Tiffany Williams tiffshedgehogs@earthlink.net
Remote Name:
24.144.76.145
Date:
Wednesday November 24, 2004
Time:
05:28:29 PM -0800

Comments

Looks like you got yourself a very lucky hedgie. She is very cute. Looks like she is haveing lots of fun. If you ever have any questions about her feel free to right me.


Name:
chefjones76@mn.com
Remote Name:
68.239.79.222
Date:
Tuesday November 23, 2004
Time:
12:54:47 PM -0800

Comments

I worked with a Korean chef once and your recipe is almost authentic good job home cooking dude


Name:
Foxxrunning
Remote Name:
68.193.182.140
Date:
Tuesday November 23, 2004
Time:
12:22:37 PM -0800

Comments

Thanks, your description of your mounting the Rider light was exactly what I needed. Will get to the job probably tomorrow. foxx


Name:
daniella0830@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
147.64.148.32
Date:
Sunday November 21, 2004
Time:
11:46:24 PM -0800

Comments

I enjoyed the macro pics!


Name:
CherAdd@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
69.45.199.16
Date:
Sunday November 21, 2004
Time:
07:45:42 PM -0800

Comments

I've been reading your overviews of things on this website and find you are multitalented! I have a 1972 Moto Guzzi Ambassador and do my own mechanical work. I now need to fine tune some electrical work on it and have no confidence with electronics. Can you help? I'll elaborate on the work I need to do if you're willing to advise. Thanks! Cheryl in Ohio


Name:
apeman917@optonline.net
Remote Name:
24.47.14.208
Date:
Monday November 15, 2004
Time:
10:44:06 PM -0800

Comments

Hello and great job on the insoles. I have such difficulty riding in cold weather (Harley FLHT ElectraGlide)due to my very cold feet. I have lower fairngs and heated Aerostich vest liner. These helped but not enough. I would love to try to make a pair. Do you Sell them? I live in Huntington LI NY. Maybe you wouldn't mind answering a few questions? Such as where could I get a pair of those heated fabric pieces? Also it wasn't clear to me if the fabric already comes with the wires attatched to the fabric? Thanks, Lou Oster


Name:
gw
Remote Name:
12.221.147.102
Date:
Thursday November 11, 2004
Time:
02:42:00 PM -0800

Comments

good report on cl center stand. thanks.


Name:
readyme@blarg.com
Remote Name:
207.178.2.233
Date:
Wednesday October 27, 2004
Time:
12:50:06 PM -0700

Comments

I like the stuff you have about your motorcycle. Where did you find the heated fabric? And how long did it take to make the heated insoles and controller? Thanks for the info. Matt


Name:
Jim Christensen jimlchris@aol.com in BRRR=Wisconsin
Remote Name:
152.163.100.8
Date:
Monday October 18, 2004
Time:
06:45:44 AM -0700

Comments

HEATED INSOLES I just finished reading your article about your insole modification. Sounds like it's just what I need up here in the Land of Cheese,[ WI ] I had been planning on heating my seat with the Gorix Pads ever since I have installed some Swedish Memory Foam, Which is nice and soft when warm, but, Hard as a Brick, [Literally ]when cold. I can see by their product option that I will be able too cover all the parts of my seat that will be needed. But as to what controller too use is still up for grabs, as I want too mount the seat controller permanently. I have just bought a used pair of Widder gloves, and quickly found out that the Bi-Metal controller will not work with just the gloves, so will install a on-off switch temporarily. I am electrically challenged too say the leest, but I really like your idea of the heat-pad insoles from Gorix. And the Gorix company must also approve of your idea too post it in their site. Did you hook your home made controller directly directly to the battery ? Or devise another source. As the Gorix only comes in packs of 4 when ordered individually, I was wondering what too do with the extra pads, now I know thanks too you. HEAT FOR THE FEET! If there are any do's or don'ts that I should know before starting this project, would you please let me know. Any and all info would be highly appreciated. Keep up the good work with product modifications. THANK YOU JIM IN NIPPY WISCONSIN


Name:
danny_5514_2@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
4.7.67.228
Date:
Saturday October 16, 2004
Time:
12:07:14 AM -0700

Comments

ALL OF YOUR RECIPIES, AND PHOTOS ARE EXCELLENT! i SHARED THEM WITH OTHER FRIENDS AS WELL. iT WAS TRULY WORTH WAITING TO FIND THE RIGHT WEB PAGE TONIGHT! I WILL SAVE ALL YOUR RECIPIES FOR FUTURE USE! GOOD JOB, AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! THANK'S AGAIN, DANNY


Name:
TrisaCruss@aol.com
Remote Name:
24.106.214.141
Date:
Monday October 11, 2004
Time:
11:38:37 AM -0700

Comments

Great website. I found it while searching for images of pumpkins on google. love the pool!


Name:
Ruthtw@socket.net
Remote Name:
64.85.204.183
Date:
Saturday October 09, 2004
Time:
02:50:28 PM -0700

Comments

Trying to find out where the skirt stake comes from, this site. I'm not sure what cut of meat this is, please let me know.


Name:
jsteckelberg@mchsi.com
Remote Name:
164.154.39.131
Date:
Friday October 08, 2004
Time:
01:32:19 PM -0700

Comments

very informative and well laid out , easy to navigate around. keep up the good work


Name:
Gordon
Remote Name:
70.240.248.87
Date:
Saturday October 02, 2004
Time:
02:59:46 PM -0700

Comments

Very helpful and informative. I couldn't locate the R1200C tank bra at Bagster. Can you please resend the link. Thank you


Name:
Nancy (Navou) peptip@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
66.122.183.55
Date:
Thursday September 30, 2004
Time:
03:50:47 PM -0700

Comments

Nice to know I'm welcome here.


Name:
Dave Yeakel
Remote Name:
63.114.245.98
Date:
Thursday September 30, 2004
Time:
03:40:11 PM -0700

Comments


Name:
Chip Brent mtbchip@cox.net
Remote Name:
68.107.71.199
Date:
Saturday September 25, 2004
Time:
02:58:38 PM -0700

Comments

Great site, it will be very helpful to me. I just received my K7! I look forward to trying your techniques and recipes! Chip San Diego, CA


Name:
TRAVIS BARLOW
Remote Name:
64.203.223.138
Date:
Saturday September 25, 2004
Time:
12:38:17 PM -0700

Comments

LOVE YOUR SITE. LOVE CORNED BEEF. WE CAN'T FIND ANY BRISKETS IN THE SAVANNAH AREA LARGER THAN THREE TO FOUR POUNDS. WHERE CAN I ORDER VERY LARGE CUTS, SAY 12-15 LBS? I HAVE A BIG FAMILY AND THEY ALL LOVE IT. THANKS


Name:
thefays2@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
67.21.25.136
Date:
Tuesday September 21, 2004
Time:
01:35:49 PM -0700

Comments

Alan, I just got my #7 cobalt blue K today and can't wait to start trying some of your recipes! Thanks for a wonderful site!


Name:
Sandy
Remote Name:
205.188.116.9
Date:
Monday September 20, 2004
Time:
07:17:30 AM -0700

Comments

What a sweet little Violet you have!!! Thanks for sharing the photos <:///~


Name:
roland b
Remote Name:
152.163.100.198
Date:
Monday September 13, 2004
Time:
02:14:30 PM -0700

Comments

very informative, thank you


Name:
adam h. scalawag19@aol.com
Remote Name:
205.188.116.9
Date:
Friday September 10, 2004
Time:
03:27:49 PM -0700

Comments

just bought a grill with a side smoke box. Looking around the interenet for easy recipes and tips for the novice smoker. Those pics made my mouth water! I can't wait to get started! Adam


Name:
murtamtt@netzero.com
Remote Name:
68.45.63.53
Date:
Friday September 10, 2004
Time:
10:25:00 AM -0700

Comments

I have enjoyed your site and will be doing some beef corning soon and then smoking it. I am really trying to get as close as I can to Montreal style smoked meat, it is to far a drive from NJ to Montreal to pick up a smoked meat brisket. I will be using the dry rub you recommend, smoking it and then steaming for a few hours. Do you have any additional information that you might be able to provide on the spices that might be used for Montreal style? I know it is a guarded secret, but you might have some ideas. Thanks Tom


Name:
foaxs04
Remote Name:
68.233.223.193
Date:
Saturday September 04, 2004
Time:
11:50:38 PM -0700

Comments

What a great looking little girl. I love your pictures and website. I look forward to future updates on Violet.


Name:
Corrina
Remote Name:
4.178.147.30
Date:
Saturday September 04, 2004
Time:
04:45:28 PM -0700

Comments

I loved reading all about your new hedgie. She's a cutie thanks for sharing.


Name:
DWY40@Yahoo.com
Remote Name:
63.114.245.98
Date:
Monday August 30, 2004
Time:
01:08:43 PM -0700

Comments

Alan/Lauren Your site is everything you claimed....Dave


Name:
ESSNEEZ@AOL.COM
Remote Name:
152.163.252.99
Date:
Friday August 20, 2004
Time:
08:47:56 PM -0700

Comments

We own a BGE and are very much in your recipes, will be trying the prime rib this weekend, sounds great. Also own a smoker and would like to find recipes for smoked, brined pork chops, like the ones you find in the store, Thanks Daddio


Name:
Al Bailey
Remote Name:
165.247.64.147
Date:
Wednesday August 04, 2004
Time:
11:59:37 AM -0700

Comments

Great site, very well done


Name:
mapacker70@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
199.203.90.158
Date:
Tuesday July 27, 2004
Time:
12:49:18 PM -0700

Comments

its a girl...shes a beauty..cant wait to hold her.. welcoming my new niece into the family and know that she will have a great home.. And to the proud family..see you all very soon..<s> love to all...sher


Name:
wellnessisunlimited@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
24.90.93.7
Date:
Monday July 26, 2004
Time:
07:21:28 AM -0700

Comments

only you, i thought you guys swore off pets after maxie died... i am sure violets cousin gracie would love to sniff her a little!!!


Name:
gbschneider@wk.net
Remote Name:
207.48.34.184
Date:
Sunday July 18, 2004
Time:
12:59:12 PM -0700

Comments

Got your site from my son-inlaw. I own a BGE and am looking for some good recepies. Will check out yours.


Name:
cody@alliedkenco.com
Remote Name:
208.191.169.181
Date:
Sunday July 18, 2004
Time:
12:04:23 PM -0700

Comments

Good info


Name:
bobpayne@pyramid.net
Remote Name:
206.100.220.195
Date:
Friday July 16, 2004
Time:
10:03:15 AM -0700

Comments

Hello! I have an egg on order from Sacramento and would like a couple of links for the best way to cook. Thanks, Bob Payne


Name:
Jason (klavek@yahoo.com)
Remote Name:
24.214.116.176
Date:
Monday July 12, 2004
Time:
12:33:46 PM -0700

Comments

Just dropped by to get an idea on grilling pork chops, I don't like fried pork chops so searching for a grilled version seemed like a very good idea. I'll post another comment after this grilling extravaganza and give my results. ;)


Name:
Nancy peptip@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
63.192.101.70
Date:
Saturday July 10, 2004
Time:
06:26:20 AM -0700

Comments

I have a Congo African Grey parrot called Gus! He is said to be the best talking Grey around. Never in my time have I seen or hear one this smart.Counts,sings,spells and even knows all my nicknames and calls them by his moods and if he wants to go bye bye in the car and don't get his way he starts going why? why? like a child and I don't have any small kids so I don't know where he got it from. I really like this site! I would like to open a site that people could see Gus's webcam and hear him talking live. His yahoo IM is theegusfactor if you look him up maybe you can watch his cam and hear him over you speaker. Or leave a offline you would like to see him. I would never give up being a bird person.


Name:
jjking69@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
138.162.140.42
Date:
Sunday July 04, 2004
Time:
08:47:03 PM -0700

Comments

I think that your site is great! I am new to smoking meat and I just wanted to say thank you for the tips that are here!!


Name:
Laurie S. lstarlynn@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
68.7.77.205
Date:
Friday July 02, 2004
Time:
08:59:29 PM -0700

Comments

Hi - Love your site. We've JUST gotten our new #7, and have gotten it situated, started up, and have a pork butt on it which will probably not be much good but we're giving it a go. We're tending the Kamado like it's a new baby! Having a hard time getting the temp down to 200 - keeps wanting to stay at just under 250. We're using mesquite lump charcoal, and that may be why.... Thank you for your site!


Name:
Rivi1116@sbcglobal.nee
Remote Name:
69.212.52.198
Date:
Friday July 02, 2004
Time:
10:47:08 AM -0700

Comments

They look great! My brother and I decided we wanted to try some b.b. ribs this 4th, so I've been surfing the net for some good recipies - have a good one!


Name:
ch3k@comcast.net (chris)
Remote Name:
216.142.98.130
Date:
Thursday June 24, 2004
Time:
01:24:50 PM -0700

Comments

Very fun and informative site - wondered if anyone know of a valid link to the CycleSlider, as it is something I need, and the link seems invalid. Thanks, Chris


Name:
Lillian B Herzberg - olilibel@cox.net
Remote Name:
68.105.109.175
Date:
Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time:
03:41:13 PM -0700

Comments

Will try them tonight and nexct time I cook I will brine them first.


Name:
Bruce Blanchard (uhclem@cox.net)
Remote Name:
65.216.122.126
Date:
Monday June 21, 2004
Time:
12:08:07 PM -0700

Comments

This is a great site for all of us Kamado owners. Informative and entertaining! Thanks.


Name:
hardeehar009@aol.com
Remote Name:
205.188.116.9
Date:
Friday June 18, 2004
Time:
11:25:38 AM -0700

Comments

I found you after entering 'Grilled Pork' in Search. Yours looks interesting, but I'll have to delay til I am better prepared. Thank you.


Name:
peligros1@aol.com
Remote Name:
204.108.230.2
Date:
Monday June 14, 2004
Time:
12:20:21 PM -0700

Comments

Found your site looking for grilled sausage recipe, Never thought of splitting them in half. Mine flare up too, so I put them on the right side w/o flame. ~Buck


Name:
espressodaily@hotmail.com
Remote Name:
24.47.35.206
Date:
Monday June 14, 2004
Time:
08:37:29 AM -0700

Comments

Just looking at your Kamado grill. Very nice


Name:
mardisjrm@aol.com
Remote Name:
64.12.116.9
Date:
Friday June 11, 2004
Time:
01:41:11 PM -0700

Comments

sounds like you enjoy spur of the moment type grilling as much as I do! Gonna try some of those sausages tonight with my regular bar-be-qued chicked thighs (my homemade sauce). Jim M.


Name:
Ken
Remote Name:
66.2.31.10
Date:
Thursday June 10, 2004
Time:
08:20:11 PM -0700

Comments

Thank you for the write up.


Name:
bill.meyer@kraton.com
Remote Name:
65.240.113.2
Date:
Tuesday June 08, 2004
Time:
12:04:08 PM -0700

Comments

Stumbled upon your site,surfing,after watching some grilling cook-offs on TV over the weekend. Good job - Well Done - have added it to my favorites list. Regards, Bill


Name:
John
Remote Name:
217.185.153.133
Date:
Sunday June 06, 2004
Time:
07:01:38 AM -0700

Comments

Thanks for the useful site. Keep up the good work. God bless you and keep you. -John-


Name:
TBlueMax@aol.com
Remote Name:
205.188.116.9
Date:
Monday May 31, 2004
Time:
11:31:51 AM -0700

Comments

I have not tried the recipe for the baby back ribs, but will today and just by reading ingredients, I can't wait to eat. Love the site. Sherry


Name:
alfmorf@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
203.221.144.131
Date:
Friday May 28, 2004
Time:
11:41:12 PM -0700

Comments

excellent. you have made my mouth water


Name:
Vance Ashe
Remote Name:
63.201.33.58
Date:
Sunday May 23, 2004
Time:
06:36:19 PM -0700

Comments

Just was looking for a new way to grill my pork chops. Your site looks very good.


Name:
liqcity@aol.com
Remote Name:
67.81.214.206
Date:
Sunday May 09, 2004
Time:
11:28:55 AM -0700

Comments

The coffee smoked ham sounds real good I'll have to try it


Name:
Alex
Remote Name:
62.111.251.69
Date:
Thursday May 06, 2004
Time:
05:52:40 AM -0700

Comments

Excellent article. I found doing a search for a way to keep my feet warm while bicycle commuting in the winter. I have tried many sock/liner/wool/Gortex/fleece/Polypro combinations with very little success. I was glad I stumbled across this article. I plan to fabricate something similar! Thank you!


Name:
douggrif@ipa.net
Remote Name:
63.190.105.167
Date:
Tuesday May 04, 2004
Time:
09:41:25 AM -0700

Comments

I appreciate your emap review. I would make one suggestion that you mount the RAM holder on the left side on your handlebars. This makes it very easy to operate with your left hand (even when gloved) while under way. You quickly learn to feel the buttons by touch so that you do not have to look at the emap while moving the map display in and out or even routing yourself to stored waypoints. Thanks again for your write-up. Doug Griffiths Gravette, AR BMW K100RT


Name:
Sean Sandford Dublin Ireland. penleigh@indigo.ie
Remote Name:
194.125.134.229
Date:
Saturday May 01, 2004
Time:
05:17:01 AM -0700

Comments

Only just purchased the 7 and looking for cooking hints and advice, and I found your page invaluable. Someof the photo's were mouth watering. I only have the charcoal set-up and now realise that the gas fittings will be great assistance. many tks Sean


Name:
Bhaverfiel@aol.com
Remote Name:
198.81.26.8
Date:
Thursday April 29, 2004
Time:
03:53:14 PM -0700

Comments

Trying the grilled Pork Chops tonight...I will let you know


Name:
Bhaverfiel@aol.com
Remote Name:
198.81.26.8
Date:
Thursday April 29, 2004
Time:
03:52:27 PM -0700

Comments

Try the grilled Pork Chops tonight...I will let you know


Name:
fschimmel@sbcglobal.net
Remote Name:
163.191.100.2
Date:
Thursday April 29, 2004
Time:
11:47:10 AM -0700

Comments

Look forward to brining the chops.


Name:
myles benacci70@msn.com
Remote Name:
68.56.140.168
Date:
Tuesday April 27, 2004
Time:
09:09:51 PM -0700

Comments

Hey nice car.... i found the if you lower the large cup holder the passenger has better leg clearance and shifting may not hit the big gulp! later........


Name:
cgunasekara@mbakercorp.com
Remote Name:
199.107.67.131
Date:
Sunday April 25, 2004
Time:
10:54:20 AM -0700

Comments

Nice shots Alan. Photography happens to be one of my hobbies too. I'll send some of my fireworks shots to you later. We seem to share so many things in common !


Name:
jcherco@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
207.250.53.6
Date:
Tuesday April 13, 2004
Time:
06:22:45 AM -0700

Comments

I was looking around and stumbled across your site. I am trying to find out if the Remote Check Thermometer can be purchased from the manufacturer. What do you know about this? Regards, Jim Cherco


Name:
Jack Meyer
Remote Name:
209.50.160.34
Date:
Monday April 12, 2004
Time:
11:24:02 AM -0700

Comments

Brined the pork chops overnight. Results were excellent. There simply is no other way but brined


Name:
Rich (opus_x@comcast.net)
Remote Name:
68.82.54.37
Date:
Sunday April 11, 2004
Time:
12:38:49 PM -0700

Comments

Looking for tips to keep soot (black smoke) down while gas grilling on my #7...


Name:
Rich (opus_x@comcast.net)
Remote Name:
68.82.54.37
Date:
Sunday April 11, 2004
Time:
12:38:29 PM -0700

Comments

Loioking ofr tips to keep soot (black smoke) down while gas grilling on my #7...


Name:
Charles dangkonggizza@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
12.218.130.48
Date:
Saturday April 10, 2004
Time:
09:46:17 AM -0700

Comments

Hey I am korean and I tried your version of the recipe and it was totally kick ass. You have a great site with great detail and awsome pictures. I get hungry just lokking at it!


Name:
Remote Name:
64.81.201.229
Date:
Friday April 09, 2004
Time:
04:08:29 PM -0700

Comments

Playing on the Kuma Restaurant's computer while we wait for food. Seeing "The Passion" later. Tell you later how it is if I come out in one piece. It will probably make me think; I do to much of that already-the spleen chi deficiency, you know. Was looking at ricotta on your site. Kind of thinking more about Asian at this point. But do at some point want to do the ricotta pie.


Name:
ntracywalker@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
163.192.21.4
Date:
Friday April 09, 2004
Time:
11:42:51 AM -0700

Comments

just looking thank you


Name:
Jay
Remote Name:
68.192.178.174
Date:
Sunday April 04, 2004
Time:
08:29:45 AM -0700

Comments

Hi! I googled across this page while searching for ricotta cheese and couldn't help but look at more - The Mini Cooper sure looks dandy :) Good luck.


Name:
Bruce Blanchard / uhclem@cox.net
Remote Name:
68.8.103.99
Date:
Saturday April 03, 2004
Time:
03:58:38 PM -0800

Comments

Doing pork chops tonite and am looking forward to some juicy chops for a change!!!


Name:
rnelson1991@charter.net
Remote Name:
68.190.167.115
Date:
Saturday April 03, 2004
Time:
12:16:26 PM -0800

Comments

Being a weekend chef and back yard junky, I really appreciate the updates and tips provided. I do cook for groups and use the digital remotes quite often and really appreciate tips not only on the "whats new" items but also on the cooking times and styles. Keep it up..


Name:
Marty mbatmt@aol.com
Remote Name:
199.91.36.254
Date:
Thursday April 01, 2004
Time:
11:01:32 AM -0800

Comments

I sat at my desk today eating my lonely sandwich and reading (and lookiing at) the babyback ribs! Really did a number on my appetite. I will definitely stop at the store on my way home. Love the web site.


Name:
vinspada@verizon.net
Remote Name:
141.154.225.16
Date:
Monday March 22, 2004
Time:
08:44:48 AM -0800

Comments

I have made the pasta dish with dried apricots, garlic and rosemary but with a little different recipe calling for chopped walnuts but no wine and no parsley. I look forward toward trying yours.


Name:
hogwylde
Remote Name:
24.131.163.196
Date:
Friday March 19, 2004
Time:
03:17:40 PM -0800

Comments

Love the Mini! Always been a dream car of mine but unfortunately not a good choice for a family car and can't afford another "toy"...lol. Enjoy!!!!


Name:
Webmaestro
Remote Name:
203.166.57.11
Date:
Friday March 12, 2004
Time:
09:41:00 PM -0800

Comments

Very nice and useful website.


Name:
Alan D. Adams aljoad@cts.com Forum: AlanA
Remote Name:
24.165.10.221
Date:
Wednesday March 10, 2004
Time:
04:04:14 PM -0800

Comments

I'm from San Diego and stumbled onto your site this week and learned of the Kamado. At the moment I am trying to buy the K7 that "Mardi" Wetmore listed on the K. Forum in January. She lives about eight hours to the North in Santa Rosa so I thought I would use my station wagon to haul her unit back if she will sell it to me. I haven't been able to locate the height measurement of the base and lid of a K7. I did find the measurements of the K9 on the Forum and that would just fit in my car, so I expect since the K7 is 3" shorter it would fit too. Could you measure the height of your base and lid on your K7's and let me know what to expect. Mardi bought her unit sometime before August 18, 2001 since I found a K. Forum about her pulling the gas option and filling the gap inside with stuff from a ceramics store. This reminded me of the excellent explanation of your gas installation. Alan Adams


Name:
Korean boy
Remote Name:
68.6.131.72
Date:
Tuesday March 09, 2004
Time:
07:35:30 PM -0800

Comments

WoW!! I cannot express how much I love kalbi =)


Name:
Remote Name:
68.101.88.75
Date:
Sunday March 07, 2004
Time:
01:28:00 PM -0800

Comments

Great Site keep good work http://www.turkishcook.com


Name:
Kenn Pluard
Remote Name:
206.190.143.66
Date:
Thursday March 04, 2004
Time:
07:55:36 AM -0800

Comments

Hi nice site, I am trying to setup my own kind of studio to shoot digital pictures of products for my website, is there any way you can help me or steer me in the right direction on where to begin? Thanks. Kenn kenn@nwca.com


Name:
Greggy G. from BH
Remote Name:
66.193.219.127
Date:
Wednesday February 18, 2004
Time:
04:11:48 AM -0800

Comments

Kool ,knife so far ,man.. My Dad usta make knives too. And I noticed you son is LEFT handed.... That makes him IN his right mind,lol Keep up the good work , with the knives ,too,lol G.


Name:
DavidM
Remote Name:
68.57.95.247
Date:
Tuesday February 17, 2004
Time:
12:41:18 AM -0800

Comments

Tonight will be a porkchop night. Thanks, David


Name:
david mcedison@juno.com
Remote Name:
67.30.251.157
Date:
Tuesday February 10, 2004
Time:
08:03:03 PM -0800

Comments

Interesting site. Liked your heated socks idea.


Name:
Ross Moore (bubbamoore@excite.com)
Remote Name:
68.202.151.149
Date:
Sunday February 08, 2004
Time:
05:04:08 AM -0800

Comments

Have installed Backoffs and have light buddys ordered. BMW dealer is warning me off of light flashing feature as it may mess with the ABS on new R1200CLC. Am very happy with additional visability the Backoffs provide (even without flashing brake feature).


Name:
gails_home@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
216.221.81.96
Date:
Friday February 06, 2004
Time:
02:16:03 PM -0800

Comments

Hi I love the fireworks photos and some hints on setting up table top studio Thanks Gail


Name:
Andrea
Remote Name:
62.47.36.179
Date:
Tuesday February 03, 2004
Time:
04:12:58 AM -0800

Comments

Hello, nice page, keep on


Name:
popamer
Remote Name:
67.29.255.109
Date:
Monday February 02, 2004
Time:
08:45:31 PM -0800

Comments

Was chasing a recipe on the web for baked squash for supper. Saw a link for Jerky...chased it...found a link to you.....WOW! Fascinated with the professionalism of your site...(guess being in the business helps, huh?) And the total cooking section is awesome. I've never seen anything about someone actually using the K. Only seen an occasional picture of one on an oriental patio...and didn't really know what it was. Will be back to your site in the future. And will check out the link to the K. Recipes look great. Bruce


Name:
JACKSCALIAJR@AOL.COM
Remote Name:
24.46.229.240
Date:
Saturday January 31, 2004
Time:
12:20:13 PM -0800

Comments

I ENJOYEDB READING ALL OF YOUR MODIFICATIONS. I ALWAYS RIDE TWO UP AND AM GOING TO LOOK INTO THE WILBERS SHOCKS. HOW DO YOU LIKE THEM? I'M RIDING TO MERTLE BEACH IN MAY FOR BIKE WEEK AND THINKING ABOUT REPLACING MY REAR SHOCK. ALSO CAN YOU TELL ME WHO YOU ORDERED YOUR BASTER FROM AND THE COST. THANKS, JACK SCALIA, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK.


Name:
Justas Marius
Remote Name:
81.7.116.213
Date:
Saturday January 31, 2004
Time:
03:53:35 AM -0800

Comments

Thank you for this site.


Name:
Ben/ben10@gulftel.com
Remote Name:
209.102.141.167
Date:
Wednesday January 21, 2004
Time:
03:30:54 PM -0500

Comments

Sure enjoy your recipes. Should receive my Kamado in two or three weeks now and will try to do some cooking.


Name:
Jerry J. Hartenbower
Remote Name:
66.250.241.57
Date:
Tuesday January 20, 2004
Time:
02:30:06 PM -0500

Comments

Excellent article. I found doing a search for a way to keep my feet warm while bicycle commuting in the winter. I have tried many sock/liner/wool/Gortex/fleece/Polypro combinations with very little success. I was glad I stumbled across this article. I plan to fabricate something similar! Thank you!


Name:
rcasey@mindspring.com
Remote Name:
209.199.137.35
Date:
Thursday January 15, 2004
Time:
02:17:41 PM -0500

Comments

What a great web page you have. I ended up here via the Chromehead forum. Yesterday, as I cruised through I had to stop and go to my freezer to take out some ribs to thaw and at this moment I'm slow cooking them using the JJ rub. I'll also try the finishing sauce although I'm very partial to the one I make. Thanks, Rick


Name:
david_gilbert2002@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
68.193.187.248
Date:
Wednesday January 14, 2004
Time:
10:33:51 PM -0500

Comments

Alan, Ive been reading your messages for months on the Chromehead boards. I recently reaquainted myself with motorcycling and specifically the R12CLC after many years of not riding. During the sixties I had a number of bikes and scooters and rode everywhere in the city on them. So what floored me was that I was in the foundry in Tech on the day you took the pictures there. Not in any of your pictures, but I was there that day. I graduated in 1960 from Tech and went on to Brooklyn College. I now live up in Rockland in Nanuet. I loved Tech much more than Brooklyn College and really loved all of the shops and still do to this day. The foundry was one of my favorite shops. If the winter ever cedes control over to the riding public up here, perhaps we could meet and talk Tech. David


Name:
Rick Casey rcasey@mindspring.com
Remote Name:
63.191.81.96
Date:
Wednesday January 14, 2004
Time:
04:47:25 PM -0500

Comments

I got to your web page via the Chromehead forum. What a great web page you guys have. While looking over your page I had to stop and go to the freezer to take some pork ribs out to thaw. Iím looking forward to exploring your stuff even further. I am also planning to learn more about that funny looking cooker. I too, really enjoy cooking pork dishes and of course have some pretty good recipes. . . by my estimation anyway. Thanks Rick


Name:
bob_karl@msn.com
Remote Name:
63.233.224.226
Date:
Sunday January 11, 2004
Time:
10:58:58 PM -0500

Comments

Great Site! You didn't memtion anything about the tie-down process on your Trailer in a bag. I can't really tell from the pics - did you have both front and rear? Level of difficulty? Thanks!


Name:
stenberg6@comcast.net
Remote Name:
24.6.113.33
Date:
Saturday January 10, 2004
Time:
12:48:56 PM -0500

Comments

Just got my grill. Was looking to do a roast and the other recipes I found didn't seem to do justice to the equipment. Yours seems just right. Thanks


Name:
Michael Krauss (mk14617@comcast.net)
Remote Name:
69.140.139.3
Date:
Saturday January 10, 2004
Time:
08:46:16 AM -0500

Comments

Thanks for this excellent overview of the Bagster. I'm curious as to where one can buy the bagster, and as to what model is pictured. And of course the cost!


Name:
Pawnbroker/ aka Marcel
Remote Name:
216.227.168.181
Date:
Thursday January 08, 2004
Time:
07:11:57 PM -0500

Comments

Hi: great going. It's nice to see a father and son enjoy something together. I did notice you seem to be a long ways from your grinding wheel. By being this far away you lose some of your control. I have two Bader grinders and mount them so the wheel is over the edge of the bench and that helps get right into the grind. Just my 2 cents. Thanks for reading my comments


Name:
ianboy1956@aol.com
Remote Name:
24.6.22.43
Date:
Thursday January 08, 2004
Time:
01:26:02 AM -0500

Comments

I stumbled to your Web site while looking for motorcycle boots...I certainly enjoy your infos re:helmet, slide stand, trailer in a bag, boots.. I particular like your office picture and would like to obtain the sofware to produce that effects. Any suggestions would be appreciated? By the way, I live in California and ride a Honda Shadow Aero; only on weekends. ian nguyen.


Name:
actorsuzanne@yahoo.com
Remote Name:
216.150.154.182
Date:
Tuesday January 06, 2004
Time:
08:04:46 PM -0500

Comments

Hi guys, Thanks again for a fabulous New Year's Day! We had a blast. Don't sem to have your personal emails in my address book, so am writing here. Scott - I checked with a friend who is a singer/actor, and he highly reccomends "Whatever Time we Have," from "Children of Eden." Don't know it too well, but all the music from that show is gorgeous. THat would be his pick for a blllad. He also thinks that "Calla-Lilly Lady" from "Two Gents" is a great choice for an up-tempo. I'll check with another tenor to see what he thinks, and send it to you ASAP> Have fun in Texas. Love, Suzanne


Name:
barbintoronto
Remote Name:
24.156.105.89
Date:
Friday January 02, 2004
Time:
05:15:36 PM -0500

Comments

Hi there my long lost friend Perhaps you've wondered where I disappeared to for the last few years. I'm alive, well, and living in Toronto. I'll hope this reaches you and that you send me a note in response. Then I can take the time to write. There's tons to catch up on. It's been a long long time. Barbara


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