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Old 10-24-2017, 10:43 PM   #171
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We just got back from Southern AZ where we finished up our round of doctor's appointments for the year, YAY! AND I got them all to agree to 1 year follow ups, DOUBLE YAY!!!

Anyways, I digress from the topic of this thread...

Got to use our new Chili Red Keurig, what a joy to have a good up of coffee (IOHO)!
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I got to go shopping at all of my favorite shops that we don't have up here in Cowboy-ville!

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ATK/CI recommended kitchen towels that I needed to replace

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Appetizer sized spoons and knives (spreaders)...I have the forks

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Personal-sized Deep Dish Pie Plate for DH's Apple Pies (I've been looking for this!)

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Saimin Bowls (Noodle Bowls), the ones I have are just too big


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Personal-Sized Glass (Anchor Hocking) Pie Plate for moi, can you say Pumpkin Pie?

While doing my shopping, I also was able to purchase many food items in quantity that I can not find here in Northern AZ... my deep freeze is pretty full
Great finds and toys. I refuse to buy Pyrex any more. I know so many that claim their Pyrex dishes shatter right in the oven or when you reach in to remove it from the oven. Anchor Hocking for me from no on.
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Old 10-24-2017, 11:16 PM   #172
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Lots of fun new kitchen candy there, kgirl! I'm lovin' that deep dish apple pie plate....and the towels...and the colorful noodle bowls....
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Old 10-25-2017, 06:40 AM   #173
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I love the red pie plate, K'girl. Gorgeous color and beautiful curves.
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Old 10-25-2017, 04:29 PM   #174
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What fun Kgirl!! Love all your new stuff, especially those beautiful hammered handle knives and spoons. Do you know the pattern name and maker?
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Old 10-26-2017, 03:29 PM   #175
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I've been replacing some old Calphalon pans with All-Clad tri-ply as I find deals on pieces that I want. I just picked up a 3 qt. saute pan with a lid for $69.99 at Macy's. Looks like All-Clad is running a special on this pan for $99.99, and I had a discount code for an additional 30% off from Macy's. The code is posted at slickdeals.net.
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Old 10-26-2017, 03:39 PM   #176
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What fun Kgirl!! Love all your new stuff, especially those beautiful hammered handle knives and spoons. Do you know the pattern name and maker?

I found these at Crate&Barrel

https://www.crateandbarrel.com/midi-...r-fork/s232653


They discontinued the White Enamel Handled Appetizer forks, spoons and "spreaders" aka knives just 2 months ago...that's what I wanted! I broke one of the spoon handles, dang it! So oh well, I like this new pattern, but I didn't buy the forks when we were down South... I suppose I could put that on my wish list for "Mom-Santa"
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Old 10-26-2017, 06:15 PM   #177
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I've been replacing some old Calphalon pans with All-Clad tri-ply as I find deals on pieces that I want. I just picked up a 3 qt. saute pan with a lid for $69.99 at Macy's. Looks like All-Clad is running a special on this pan for $99.99, and I had a discount code for an additional 30% off from Macy's. The code is posted at slickdeals.net.
I predict it will be your favorite pan ever 10 and what a buy you got! I got mine as a second with a tiny dimple. I paid $100 and worth twice that or more.

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I found these at Crate&Barrel

https://www.crateandbarrel.com/midi-...r-fork/s232653


They discontinued the White Enamel Handled Appetizer forks, spoons and "spreaders" aka knives just 2 months ago...that's what I wanted! I broke one of the spoon handles, dang it! So oh well, I like this new pattern, but I didn't buy the forks when we were down South... I suppose I could put that on my wish list for "Mom-Santa"
Thanks Kgirl. I gotta have them.
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:42 AM   #178
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Does a compost pail count as kitchen bling? I think it does!

DH rebuilt our 20-year-old compost bin last summer and I finally got a container to keep in the kitchen for scraps. Can't wait to have beautiful soil for the gardens next spring.
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Old 11-13-2017, 03:13 PM   #179
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I used to add wet newspaper to my compost pile. Come springtime, I had more worms than beautiful dirt.
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Old 11-13-2017, 04:28 PM   #180
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Newspapers go in the recycling. Kitchen scraps and some garden stuff go in the compost bin.
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