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Old 01-12-2014, 04:17 PM   #16711
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The only place I can find it is at the deli counter. They have to slice it off of a big roll of sausage.
DH's co-worker brought us about a pound of homemade venison sausage from a deer he harvested yesterday. Don't know if it qualifies as summer sausage, but it's similar. DH really likes it.
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Old 01-12-2014, 04:39 PM   #16712
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Violet only pays attention if there is a dog barking or a door bell rings. Then she just kind of loose up with no recognition where it is coming from.

Joie definitely watched, listened and reacted. Our kitten, Monkey gets up close and personal, trying to touch the movements on the screen.
I am really beginning to hate either my fingers or the spellcheck on my notebook. That is supposed to be "looks" of course.

In another post it changed "furball" into "fireball" when describing Monkey. Of course in her case both fit!
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:01 PM   #16713
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My first cat was truly a Canadian. He only watched hockey, and he was completely absorbed by it.

Sucha, a snarky female cat who died in 2007 liked nature shows with animals. One day we saw her standing on her hind legs with a paw on either side of the channel knob. She seemed to be trying to change the channel.
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:46 PM   #16714
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That is a Stunt Shrek in the Musical...
Is that "those are just santa's helpers dear" kind of situation?
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:48 PM   #16715
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Is that "those are just santa's helpers dear" kind of situation?
Yes, I have to clear that up a lot.
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Old 01-12-2014, 06:27 PM   #16716
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I just got home, I found a new locally owned kitchen store! It's fantastic! One of their goals is to bring in brands and items that aren't in other area stores. One is Kenwood small appliances like mixers, those you don't see often stateside!

I see a lot of my money going there...
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Old 01-12-2014, 06:55 PM   #16717
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I just got home, I found a new locally owned kitchen store! It's fantastic! One of their goals is to bring in brands and items that aren't in other area stores. One is Kenwood small appliances like mixers, those you don't see often stateside!

I see a lot of my money going there...
Well, stop escorting it to those types of places.

*Hey you! Wanna buy a cookie sheet?*
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:05 PM   #16718
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Well, stop escorting it to those types of places.

*Hey you! Wanna buy a cookie sheet?*
Yeah, it was kinda like that
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:11 PM   #16719
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I just got home, I found a new locally owned kitchen store! It's fantastic! One of their goals is to bring in brands and items that aren't in other area stores. One is Kenwood small appliances like mixers, those you don't see often stateside!

I see a lot of my money going there...
Do you mean Kenwood from Canada Kenwood?? I didn't know they sold anything outside of Canukville. They are really popular around here.
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Do you mean Kenwood from Canada Kenwood?? I didn't know they sold anything outside of Canukville. They are really popular around here.
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Yes, that would be one. I've never seen them in a store here. Everything is dominated by Kitchenaid and Cuisinart. I know that they are popular in the UK.

The Cuisinart and Viking are essentially Kenwood mixers with different badges.
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