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Old 05-02-2008, 02:21 PM   #91
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:23 PM   #92
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Sorry about the two seperate pics. Can anyone guess what my favorite color is?
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Are those ALL fondue pots?
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:26 PM   #94
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mmmmmm is it purple?? :)
could be copper too.....
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:30 PM   #95
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I would especially like 3 or 4 large stainless work tables.
I like the idea of SS work surfaces for the easy to maintain aspect. But when I was a heavy equipment mechanic, I had a few SS workbenches. In the summer it was like working on a griddle and the reflection of the sun was blinding - lol. I'd break a sweat just walking by them.

It's a pain in the neck sometimes with the wood surface I have. Anytime I want to work with any meat I have to drag out a cutting board and then theres another thing that needs to be washed. If/when we move, I'd like either a portable SS workstation that I could use outdoors with the BBQ or in the house, obviously. OR a dedicated 'butcher station'. The portable tables are frickin' expensive though.

My island only sees dough, fruits and veggies. Things of that nature.
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:31 PM   #96
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Are those ALL fondue pots?
Party at JP's! No double dipping!

If those are Mauviel I'm gonna pass out.
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:36 PM   #97
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Party at JP's! No double dipping!

If those are Mauviel I'm gonna pass out.
No Mauviel. The other pots are fondue/chafing dishes I got all but one which was my dads on Ebay. Party is on! You guy's would love it out here if you like the outdoors it's like living in a National Park.

Where I live you can't get in without a password for the gate.

VPR invite and no I dont own HB just works here. I used to work at the high country lodge( Costilla) for eight years
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I absolutely love the outdoors. I am dying here in the city for a backyard good ol bbq, bugs and all!!!!!!

In fact, last night I had a craving for a bbq burnt hot dog.
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Absolutely gorgeous, PDS...The gas stove really lights my flame! Hehehehehehe. I know, that was a bad one.
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