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Thank you luvs. Show us your collections. You used to have a thread but you haven't posted in it lately.
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:48 AM
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This sounds interesting to me. I may have to get a bottle

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I'm definitely not as gadgety as others here, but do have several different pepper grinders - one for regular black Telicherry peppercorns, one for white peppercorns, & I just purchased one to use with Szechuan peppercorns. Although Szechuan peppercorns are frequently added whole to many recipes, sometimes a grind or two can add just the right "twist" to a Szechuan stirfry (even if it isn't in the original list of ingredients). Oh, & I also have a sea-salt grinder.
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Got a Farberware 12 pc knife block set at Stop N Shop for $24.00.

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Old 11-25-2013, 02:31 PM
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I love these knives.
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I love these knives.
THEy look like a sturdy well made knife peep.

We have an older Belgique set that DD's X gave us like 8 years ago.
I learned that all that is needed, is a few swipes with the steel sharpener, and the knives cut like when new.
That is the set that drove me crazy looking for the missing steak knife for over a year.
There is nothing more irritating to me, than having something missing in a set of something.
Well..... one day, I was in the back yard, and in the middle of some high weeds, there was a knife blade shining. I was so happy to find it, I came in and wiped it with Clorox, and then scrubbed it to return it to the set.

It was mistakenly thrown out in the yard with table scraps.
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Old 11-25-2013, 05:52 PM
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Nice-looking set, Peep!

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I just restocked my loose rosehip and hibiscus leaves and also oolong leaves when I went to Fairway market. Now I can make a pot. I like my tea ball for single cups but sometimes one is not enough.
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I just restocked my loose rosehip and hibiscus leaves and also oolong leaves when I went to Fairway market. Now I can make a pot. I like my tea ball for single cups but sometimes one is not enough.
Nice looking pot peeps...
Tina has one same pattern / color, but it is narrow at the top. She is in to tea once in a while.

Son Jimmy is Sooo fussy with his tea blends and brands. The other day he wanted tea, (and believe me, Tina has like 30 or more different kinds ) and he said he didn't like the smell of any of them. They smell like Dirt, he said.
He brings his own when he comes over now.
I found out one thing though! If I eat too much sodium, and my ankles swell a little, I drink that Green Tea, and it acts like a diuretic and the swelling goes down.

"Me",....I'm a tea bag tea person. My favorite is Red Rose.

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My Mother's day gift from DD - Lodge L8DD3 Double Dutch Oven and Casserole with Skillet Cover, 5-Quart.

I LOVE IT!!

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Wow! ,,,, Nice peeps. I could see the meatballs and sausage in tomato sauce cooking right now.

Great Gift.

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Also got one of these

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How do you like that Peeps? We eat avocado practically every day.
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Nice gifts, Peep!

I have the Lodge Dutch oven and love it. Took awhile to season properly, but now it's as non-stick as the very expensive Le Creuset!

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How do you like that Peeps? We eat avocado practically every day.
Only used it once so far. It cuts and pits very nicely. The avocado was ripe so the slices were a bit mushed. But it did a good job. Never pitted an avo so easily. It is a bit scary to smack the knife into the pit and then have to pry it off the blade. With this I just place the blades over the pit and twist, push thru the hole and it popped right off into the garbage (the blades are dull so I can't cut myself when my fingers are numb).
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The new addition - Char-Broil Big Easy TRU-Infrared 3-in-1 Roaster, Smoker and Grill

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This sounds interesting to me. I may have to get a bottle

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This stuff is amazing.... pop the top, add a few glugs to mouth, follow with your favorite flammable beverage, Sha-POW! LOL! I don't do this, but I can eat it right out of the bottle.
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[QUOTE=lilbopeep;291886]The new addition - Char-Broil Big Easy TRU-Infrared 3-in-1 Roaster, Smoker and Grill

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DD gave me 2 sets (4) of these for Christmas. I love them!! I made individual Yorkshire pudding sides on Christmas. One recipe made 4 minis.

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I just ordered Maple syrup Powdered and Blackstrap Molasses Powdered from Amazon. I am planning on using for BBQ rub and baked beans. I hope it's good.

Also Burgundy wine powder. I was thinking of using it in salad dressing to start.

Anyone have other recipe suggestions for using my new acquisitions?

I also spied butter powder on Amazon. I am thinking maybe mixing butter powder, sriracha powder, vinegar powder and blue cheese powder together for a buffalo seasoning for popcorn, chips, fries etc.
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I just ordered Maple syrup Powdered and Blackstrap Molasses Powdered from Amazon. I am planning on using for BBQ rub and baked beans. I hope it's good.

Also Burgundy wine powder. I was thinking of using it in salad dressing to start.

Anyone have other recipe suggestions for using my new acquisitions?

I also spied butter powder on Amazon. I am thinking maybe mixing butter powder, sriracha powder, vinegar powder and blue cheese powder together for a buffalo seasoning for popcorn, chips, fries etc.
DD uses sugar maple granular on her salmon when she grills it.

I would try some powder in with pancake batter etc.
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DD uses sugar maple granular on her salmon when she grills it.

I would try some powder in with pancake batter etc.
Thank you Jimmy.

I'm not a big fish lover but was thinking of BBQ chicken and ribs.

I use McCormick's liquid maple flavor in oatmeal, French toast and waffle/pancake batter. Will try the powder in place of liquid.
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A new addition to my tool box. Bear Paws. The best part is I got them for free just for downloading an app that manages my meds (shows info and reminds me to take them). I received an Amazon gift card.

I love these things. Makes short work of shredding a 4 lb. pork butt for Carnitas.

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