Last Activity:02-21-2012 7:49 AM
Posted in thread: Textured Backgrounds on 01-25-2012 at 10:00 AM
Thanks everyone for the great tips! I've been searching through lots of different choices
now.That really does help get me going!
Posted in thread: Textured Backgrounds on 01-21-2012 at 12:30 PM
Hi all!I'm starting to put together some ideas for my first labels, and seeing lots of awesome
ideas here. I'm using GIMP to put it all together.Something that I find makes some of these
labels, on th...
Posted in thread: God's Gift to Humankind on 06-25-2007 at 07:18 PM
That gravy recipe looks really good. For anyone who just wants a simple alternative in order to
get a decent glimpse into the taste, I would recommend going to a larger grocery store and look
for a li...
Posted in thread: God's Gift to Humankind on 06-25-2007 at 07:10 PM
Dude,About cheesemaking forums, I've looked but I've never found one. I got a lot of
information from New England Cheese Making - they answer all kinds of questions for cheese
Posted in thread: God's Gift to Humankind on 06-19-2007 at 02:05 PM
Orpheus,Being an ex-pat from Quebec myself (move to Ontario), the two loves that I left behind
were my favorite brewpub L'Inox and my Poutine. Just to clarify to things though on poutine -
the cheese ...
Posted in thread: DIY Wireless Streaming Audio on 06-13-2007 at 12:11 PM
Hey YuriI've been toying with the same idea, but to go one step further not only to I want to
be able to listen to my collection which is stored on my Mac in the basement, I want to be able
Posted in thread: Solder char/soot - how do you clean it off? on 06-08-2007 at 07:03 PM
I've never had to clean the inside of my solder joints, but I have cleaned the outside very
successfully using a stainless steel cleaning powder. You might want to try that with a pipe
cleaning type o...
Posted in thread: Glass Carboy as a Conical Fermentor... on 05-24-2007 at 12:07 PM
Billpa,No worries about highjacking the thread. I put up the post because I'm looking for
ideas, and yours is fantastic! I have a couple of those magnets at home, and I'll have to see
how well it work...
Posted in thread: Glass Carboy as a Conical Fermentor... on 05-22-2007 at 07:18 PM
casebrew/neckbone,When I was drilling the glass counter top, I built a dam using plumbers
putty, just under 1/4" high, and dropped the speed of my drill press to 600 RPM, and with the
up down motion, ...
Posted in thread: Glass Carboy as a Conical Fermentor... on 05-22-2007 at 12:06 PM
Thanks again. I agree with what you guys are saying. It's great to have a sounding board to
throw ideas at!