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Old 08-01-2008, 10:28 AM   #11
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Hark.....a butter dish I did see!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:19 AM   #12
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Hark.....a butter dish I did see!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
oh yea a butter dish is right. oh KE, guess who I called yesterday? guess what I'm FEDEX-ing back to them? the real pretty light blue one. DH doesn't like it as the main part could be hard to get the butter out of with it being the well with a tiny little lid. so do you scoop the butter out, you can't slice it and easily retrieve. Don't know if the pictures will show what I mean.
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:23 AM   #13
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oh yea a butter dish is right. oh KE, guess who I called yesterday? guess what I'm FEDEX-ing back to them? the real pretty light blue one. DH doesn't like it as the main part could be hard to get the butter out of with it being the well with a tiny little lid. so do you scoop the butter out, you can't slice it and easily retrieve.
I didn't really pay attention but I would say that you would have to scoop out. Butter, if used often, can be left on the counter. Maybe it's for that. Or if you make your own whipped butter and it's more spreadable?
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:29 AM   #14
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Surely great buys Lefse. I like the colors of the dutch ovens. They'd match my kitchen.
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Old 08-01-2008, 12:13 PM   #15
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Thanks Dina. They don't match my kitchen but that's okay, they needed to be bought by me.
I ought to line up all of my heavy cookware that fall under this same category, and see who the highest bidders would be. I need to get rid of some of this stuff, even in my very oversized kitchen, I'm out of room

KitchenElf, "if you were to ever make your own whipped butter", oh girl, that'd never happen. That's why they make this.
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I talked to Trevor at the store and he said, no prob, send it back and we'll credit your card. I'd rather just go back and see what other butter dish I can exchange it for. Hey that's an idea, I should go online and see if they list any pictures of butter dishes they do carry, or if not, I can always say 'send same dollar amount of the $109 a pound parma ham'.
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Great buys, love the tiger spoons. I can relate to no more storage space, but that hasn't stopped me from accumulating!
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Great buys, love the tiger spoons. I can relate to no more storage space, but that hasn't stopped me from accumulating!
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Lefse and Marigene, I understand totally about the space thing.

I bought 3 wonderful bowls to add to my catering collection. They are just plain white with very straight sides and perfect for dips - I needed three good sized ones for the wedding tomorrow for my fresh dips. DH said "you have no more room for anything" to which I said "but I have nothing to put my dips in, dear". The foodie/caterer's version of "but I have nothing to wear".
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