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Old 11-12-2004, 03:36 AM
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I want to try lobster tails on lp gas grill, any ideas so i do not wreck them? Kurt

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Old 11-12-2004, 03:41 AM
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Kurt wrote:
I want to try lobster tails on lp gas grill, any ideas so i do not wreck them?
Kurt


#1. Please turn off the HTML

#2. Try he
http://www.grillforum.com/que/queboard/

Good Luck!

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Bob I do not iunderstand why I cannot use HTML text - Kurt
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express for newsgroup viewing. They use a text-based viewer such as
Forte Agent. Because text-based viewers do not render HTML correctly,
HTML messages are almost incomprehensible.

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Yo Kurt, he didnt say "can't". You can, if you want to be ignored. You know
how you ignore or dont help rude people? Well, html is considered rude,
so..................

Someone show him how bad an HTML message looks. Seeing is believing.





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Bob I do not iunderstand why I cannot use HTML text - Kurt


Yo Kurt, he didnt say "can't". You can, if you want to be ignored. You know
how you ignore or dont help rude people? Well, html is considered rude,
so..................

Someone show him how bad an HTML message looks. Seeing is believing.



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ok i did not know. Is this straight text ok?

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Bob I do not iunderstand why I cannot use HTML text - Kurt


Yo Kurt, he didnt say "can't". You can, if you want to be ignored. You

know
how you ignore or dont help rude people? Well, html is considered rude,
so..................

Someone show him how bad an HTML message looks. Seeing is believing.





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ok i did not know. Is this straight text ok?

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Bob I do not iunderstand why I cannot use HTML text - Kurt


Yo Kurt, he didnt say "can't". You can, if you want to be ignored. You

know
how you ignore or dont help rude people? Well, html is considered rude,
so..................

Someone show him how bad an HTML message looks. Seeing is believing.





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On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 13:31:14 -0500, "Kurt" wrote:
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Much better. Thank you.

Also, notice how I removed extra lines from the previous posts and
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On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 13:31:14 -0500, "Kurt" wrote:
ok i did not know. Is this straight text ok?

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Much better. Thank you.

Also, notice how I removed extra lines from the previous posts and
just left the relevant text? Also, notice how my reply is below yours?
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Old 12-12-2004, 12:30 AM
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I want to try lobster tails on lp gas grill, any ideas so i do not wreck

them?


Lobster tails do not take long to cook. If you overcook them you will
be eating rubber for dinner. Cook them over medium heat. It is similar
to cooking large shrimp. I have had better luck grilling large shrimp
myself
but YMMV.

Phil




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I want to try lobster tails on lp gas grill, any ideas so i do not wreck

them?


Lobster tails do not take long to cook. If you overcook them you will
be eating rubber for dinner. Cook them over medium heat. It is similar
to cooking large shrimp. I have had better luck grilling large shrimp
myself
but YMMV.

Phil


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