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Pie Pan from Ayers Pottery

 
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For our anniversary, my wife gave me a pie pan as a gift. It is quite attractive and well made. We tested it out a few days ago and it is the best pie pan I have ever owned. I wanted to share it with you.

We ended up using it in an image as part of her college project as well.
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The pan.
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Oh, and if anyone decided they wanted one, she got it from Ayers Pottery.
 
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Hi D, that's a beautiful pan!  Would you consider doing a review for the pan for the Review Grid?  Then more people might see it and buy some.  You don't need to but it would be lovely if you tried it.

If you're up for it, here's what the Gear Review Grid looks like.

We're working on a template to make the reviews more "standard" but feel free to copy one Like This

The key is to make the first post a summary of the item and set that post to be a wiki (down at the bottom) and select "accept comments" and pick the box for staff to edit.  This should be an informational summary without opinions.  Then reply to that summary post with a second post where you do your "reviewing".  Start that post with "I give this gear X out of 10 acorns" (replace the X with a digit).  They program will see those magic words and put it on the grid.
 
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Mike Jay wrote:Hi D, that's a beautiful pan!  Would you consider doing a review for the pan for the Review Grid?  Then more people might see it and buy some.  You don't need to but it would be lovely if you tried it.



If a pie pan (and that is just gorgeous ) belongs in the gear review grid, it makes me think I have some other things that belong there, too. Mainly the honey jars that make such good storage canisters and my new cast iron tea pot.
 
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Yes, cooking gear counts as gear!  Once we have enough gear reviews that they really fill out the grid, we can subdivide them into Cooking, Gardening, Camping, etc.  Yay team!
 
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I think I followed your instructions but it's not showing on the grid.  Can you tell what I'm missing?

Nevermind.  It was just lagging
 
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You followed them awesomely Cassie!  The thing I forgot to mention is that a staff person has to do a little magic to get the review grid to show a new review.  I just did that magic and it now shows up.  Thanks!!!  If you see a new review that isn't on a grid, just "report" it and a staffer can make that happen
 
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