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Topic: OT: Re: +Clearing the pallet.... (14 msgs / 425 lines)
1) From: john nanavati
if you're in the south, you would use homonymy grits
 On 4/27/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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John Nanavati, Grit Inspector
Plainfield, New Jersey

2) From: Sandy Andina
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sounds all the same to me
On Apr 27, 2007, at 8:09 PM, john nanavati wrote:
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Sandy Andina
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if you're in the south, you would use homonymy = grits   On = 4/27/07, Brett Mason <homeroast> = wrote: I am a = conservative - I don't think we're supposed to support homonyms, but = I'll ask my local representative... Brett =     John = Nanavati, Grit Inspector Plainfield, New Jersey =   Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

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3) From: john nanavati
(Silly allert)
Did you also know, that you can use instant homonymy grits to clean your
grinder? it's better if they havn't been cooked yet ;- )
On 4/27/07, john nanavati  wrote:
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John Nanavati, Silly Inspector
Plainfield, New Jersey

4) From: Brett Mason
I don't believe they are solid enough to actually clean the grinder.  I
believe the same is true for Minute Rice...
Brett
On 4/27/07, john nanavati  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

5) From: Larry Johnson
I'm picking up what seems to be a derogatory tone directed towards southern
culture in general and HOMINY grits in particular (down heah, we just calls
'em 'grits', BTW). Don't be pickin' on the grits. You don't hear me
making fun of the way y'all talk, do you?
Just watch it.
On 4/27/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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Larry J
Never give a party if you will be the most interesting person there.  -
Mickey Friedman

6) From: raymanowen
I jest not, but this "we just calls 'em 'grits' " was ineffective in my
case. I had my first bowl of grits in Jackson, MS in 1991, and I distinctly
remember having to actually dip 'em grits up with a spoon.
I didn't know 'Grits' was only half a word, but my gracious host and I had
breakfast before we adjourned to his screen printing shop in Pearl. Always
time for Grits and Coffee.
"One of my fellows roasts these beans himself."
I think this was my second intro to home roast, but it didn't even jog my
memory of my own adventures with roasting about 15 years earlier. I was just
thinking of his printing light that was shelling out the $250 bulbs in pairs
every few weeks. The coffee was superb without C&S.
My daughter, Sarah, took the original call. Fagin called them "bubs" and
Sarah heard "bugs."
"Dad, what's a $250 Bug in an Olec light?" The Think Drink helped Technician
#4 solve the problem in about five minutes. Technician #3 had flown in from
the factory in Irvine, CA, but #4 dew in from Flenver.
This experience cemented my absolute hatred of the damn silver flex tubing.
Ten feet of that stuff in any size, and you can kiss air flow goodbye.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Always save time for The Think Drink-

7) From: Larry Johnson
On 4/28/07, raymanowen  wrote:
".....I distinctly remember having to actually dip 'em grits up with a
spoon. "
Exactly. Like I said, it's hard to get real grits even when "down south".
Real grits can be eaten with a fork.
Larry J
Democracy is a device that ensures we shall be governed no better than we
deserve.
     -   George Bernard Shaw

8) From: Brian Kamnetz
*Vinny Gambini *: [*Vinny and Lisa
receive their breakfast orders, Vinny looks at his skeptically*] What's this
over here?
*Grits Cook *: You never heard of
grits?
*Vinny Gambini *: Sure, I've heard of
grits. I just never actually *seen* a grit before.
*Vinny Gambini *: How could it take you
five minutes to cook your grits when it takes the entire grit-eating world
20 minutes?
*Mr. Tipton *: Um... I'm a fast cook, I
guess.
On 4/28/07, Larry Johnson  wrote:
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9) From: miKe mcKoffee
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Another great commentary by Opa!, Master Storyteller.
 
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Sent: Saturday, April 28, 2007 11:30 AM
I jest not, but this "we just calls 'em 'grits' " was ineffective in my
case. I had my first bowl of grits in Jackson, MS in 1991, and I distinctly
remember having to actually dip 'em grits up with a spoon. 
I didn't know 'Grits' was only half a word, but my gracious host and I had
breakfast before we adjourned to his screen printing shop in Pearl. Always
time for Grits and Coffee. 
"One of my fellows roasts these beans himself." 
I think this was my second intro to home roast, but it didn't even jog my
memory of my own adventures with roasting about 15 years earlier. I was just
thinking of his printing light that was shelling out the $250 bulbs in pairs
every few weeks. The coffee was superb without C&S. 
My daughter, Sarah, took the original call. Fagin called them "bubs" and
Sarah heard "bugs." 
"Dad, what's a $250 Bug in an Olec light?" The Think Drink helped Technician
#4 solve the problem in about five minutes. Technician #3 had flown in from
the factory in Irvine, CA, but #4 dew in from Flenver. 
This experience cemented my absolute hatred of the damn silver flex tubing.
Ten feet of that stuff in any size, and you can kiss air flow goodbye.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Always save time for The Think Drink- 

10) From: john nanavati
My dear sir. I do most humbly as for your forgiveness.
I did not mean to despair against you and your kinfolk.
On 4/28/07, Larry Johnson  wrote:
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John Nanavati, DHI, CIT
Plainfield, New Jersey

11) From: raymanowen
"...Real grits can be eaten with a fork."
Well, I couldn't have, but Fagin just cooked the pot fresh. I remember
passing by the grits on a breakfast menu before, but why insult Southern
Hospitality? Except I had a Phobia about the root form of Hospitality in an
area less traveled by a yankee city slicker. Southeast Asia really cured me
of that
I'm now "Grits and Coffee" for breakfast if it's listed, along with a
waffle. With good coffee, I'll pass on the waffle and slather butter and
apricot preserves on the grits. I love grits, but I've sure had it prepared
quite differently from place to place. Not unlike the coffee, grits can be
breakfast or dinner with a maize base, cheddar, leeks and garlic.
Oh, My- this second source Harar just brushed by the blueberries. I thought
it was going to be a disaster. I decided to try the Steinway one last time.
I sure did something rong last time. I was sure the beans were mortose. It
couldn't hurt anything to fiddle with it a little, a last hope. So I fiddled
with everything.
25g for 16oz stein, ground to 45 and stalled the brew in the TV filter for
just 60sec, then opened the valve after stirring down the glorious bloom and
dribbling vigorously boiling water over the bloom to keep it down. 4:30 for
a 16oz brew, start to finis. Gold mesh, unchanged naturally.
I guess that's my new brewing schedule until I use logical induction to
figure out which change benefits from more adjustment.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Tough work, but somebody has to do it-

12) From: Sandy Andina
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hominy grits does it take ta change a lightbulb?
On Apr 28, 2007, at 11:29 AM, Larry Johnson wrote:
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Sandy Andina
www.sandyandina.com
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
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hominy grits does it take ta =
change a lightbulb?
On Apr 28, 2007, at 11:29 AM, Larry =
Johnson wrote:
I'm picking up what seems to be a derogatory tone = directed towards southern culture in general and HOMINY grits in = particular (down heah, we just calls 'em 'grits', BTW). Don't be pickin' = on the grits. You don't hear me making fun of the way y'all talk, do = you?   Just watch it.   = On 4/27/07, Brett Mason <homeroast> = wrote: I don't = believe they are solid enough to actually clean the grinder.  I = believe the same is true for Minute Rice... Brett On 4/27/07, john = nanavati <coffee > wrote: = (Silly = allert)   Did you also know, that you can use = instant homonymy grits to clean your grinder? it's better if they havn't = been cooked yet ;- )   On 4/27/07, john = nanavati <coffee > wrote: = if = you're in the south, you would use homonymy grits   = On 4/27/07, Brett Mason <homeroast > wrote: = I am a = conservative - I don't think we're supposed to support homonyms, but = I'll ask my local representative... Brett =     John = Nanavati, Grit Inspector Plainfield, New Jersey =  
-- John = Nanavati, Silly Inspector Plainfield, New Jersey =
-- = Cheers, Brett =http://homeroast.freeservers.com
-- Larry J Never give a party if you will = be the most interesting person there.  -   Mickey = Friedman = homeroast mailing list http://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast To change your = personal list settings (digest options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to = http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings<= BR> Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

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13) From: Larry Johnson
Not sure, but I do know how many rednecks:   4
One to change the bulb, one to write a country song about it, and two to
start a fight in the parking lot.
LJ
On 4/29/07, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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Larry J
Never give a party if you will be the most interesting person there.  -
Mickey Friedman

14) From: raymanowen
"hominy grits does it take ta change a lightbulb?"
Hominy ya' got?
-ro


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