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Old 04-24-2007, 05:01 PM   #11
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I am really happy for your choise of dinnerware. I also get the Crate & Barrel catalog and they really have some nice things.

Square dishes should look great on your black and white placemats. Rectangular wine glasses sound really great. A nice bowl in the center of your dining table with black glass looking rocks should make a wonderful presentation.

I am so glad that your ordered all these things and they make you happy.
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Old 04-24-2007, 05:12 PM   #12
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A square deep fry pan is on my list to find!! However; how to form and cook individual square hush puppies remains illusive at this time. I do find the concept very interesting and shall search diligently for the answer.
Easy - fill an old fashioned ice cube tray with hush puppy batter, freeze it almost solid, and drop em into the grease. Voila - hush puppy cubes!
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Easy - fill an old fashioned ice cube tray with hush puppy batter, freeze it almost solid, and drop em into the grease. Voila - hush puppy cubes!
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Old 04-24-2007, 05:53 PM   #14
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I see a lot of new dishes I'd like to have, but I have so many now that it's ridiculous...full sets of Spode and antique Lennox, and all kinds of Fiesta. DH would peel my head if I bought any more.
The dishes we use for every day are white, with a little scallop on the edge, probably 1950's vintage, and we have a LOT of them. There are even individual steak platters.
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