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Old 04-28-2008, 10:56 PM
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...the buscotti are good then? I need to try those.

what were you expecting Frances?

and you're right Ken, it needed some more toasting the second time...

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Old 04-29-2008, 08:02 AM
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Your oven looks great! Is the roof metal? Was it difficult to install?
Thanks John. The roof is all metal. I bought it from Home Depot. Some stores carry the material, some don't. I had to make some phone calls.

It wasn't too hard to install. Just another skill set to learn . I found matching green screws that included green rubber washers. The screws are self-tapping wood screws but they worked fine connecting the metal roofing to the steel studs.

I'm pretty pleased with the results.
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Old 04-29-2008, 08:04 AM
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Congrats my friend.
How did you serve that pulled pork?
Thanks Dave!
The pork was served warm on burger buns with pickles and Famous Dave's BBQ sauce. MMMMmmmm
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Watch out for CJim. If he hears that you used burger buns, you're going to get scolded!
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That is definitely true!
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No burger buns? What are we supposed to eat it with... our fingers??
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Buns baked in your oven!
Not store bought...

Dude, you are toast!
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Geez guys... I've had ONE major bake with my oven and now I'm supposed to be cookin' my own burger and tube steak buns??

I think homemade biscotti gives me a pass to get a few bags of Sam's Club buns. Besides, they were baked fresh in somebody's oven... in the past week or so...
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Geez guys... I've had ONE major bake with my oven and now I'm supposed to be cookin' my own burger and tube steak buns??

I think homemade biscotti gives me a pass to get a few bags of Sam's Club buns. Besides, they were baked fresh in somebody's oven... in the past week or so...
lol

Good point!

And I must admit, I enjoy a fresh squishy hamburger bun with my BBQ too!

There I said it.
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Ken,
I have been away. I just caught up on your progress. Looks fantastic! Great to hear how well it works- no suprise. Must be quite a relief to finally be done! Congradulations.

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