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Old 12-19-2012, 07:51 PM   #51
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Now she has to pick between wokking and pieing...
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:08 PM   #52
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i'm betting there will be a whole new line of stir-fry-filled pies at munky's place. i'm not for sure, but i think i remember her mentioning a breville panini machine that she has also. or was it a deep-fryer? let's see, what's next? does breville make an ice cream machine?
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:50 PM   #53
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so Chef Munky, you got your wok eh?
Well, yes I got a wok. It's not a Breville. My guys heard I couldn't find silver to match all my other Breville toys. I figured it can wait and gave up the ghost for a while anyways. Well they surprised me early.They did find a nice wok set. 14" heavy gauge carbon steel. It's silver!!!
I had given away all the equipment I had when I passed on my old wok. Everything but my cook books. I'm not so quick to part with them so easily.

I love it! Thought it was very thoughtful of them to find me this wok set.
They kept in mind what my hands can handle and the weight. It's just the right size for all of us. And I can even take it out onto the patio and use it on my Big Daddy Grill's side burner. It's a winner! Been using it quite a bit.
Our Butcher really worked for his paycheck today when I put in my order.

I've forgotten how much fun a wok can be. Especially in 4" heeled boots. Limited time only on that bright idea.

Can I still join up in the new " Woker's Klub?" I'll pay my monthly dues in advance if necessary.

Munky.
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Old 12-20-2012, 12:04 AM   #54
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LOL! Of course! We really aren't that picky about our Klubs, we like all woks of life
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Old 12-26-2012, 06:52 PM   #55
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Well, yes I got a wok. It's not a Breville. My guys heard I couldn't find silver to match all my other Breville toys. I figured it can wait and gave up the ghost for a while anyways. Well they surprised me early.They did find a nice wok set. 14" heavy gauge carbon steel. It's silver!!!
I had given away all the equipment I had when I passed on my old wok. Everything but my cook books. I'm not so quick to part with them so easily.

I love it! Thought it was very thoughtful of them to find me this wok set.
They kept in mind what my hands can handle and the weight. It's just the right size for all of us. And I can even take it out onto the patio and use it on my Big Daddy Grill's side burner. It's a winner! Been using it quite a bit.
Our Butcher really worked for his paycheck today when I put in my order.

I've forgotten how much fun a wok can be. Especially in 4" heeled boots. Limited time only on that bright idea.

Can I still join up in the new " Woker's Klub?" I'll pay my monthly dues in advance if necessary.

Munky.
Oh Munky that's terrific! Enjoy your new wok! Of course you are a 'star member' dues paid in full. (just be sure to wear those boots while wok'n)
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