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3/20/10 5:37 P

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i have a few attachments for my blender and kenwood chef that slice and shread i use them for shreading cabbage, carrots and onions for colslaw and salads etc, as i have dragons and sugar gliders i use alot of choppers and gizmos they save so much time


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3/19/10 9:35 P

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Today I received a gift of an attachment for my Kitchen Aid Mixer to shred and slice. Our son said I would really like it!
Do any of you use that attachment?


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3/17/10 7:24 P

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i have just had a brand new kitchen fitted and i have thown my hubby`s frying pan in the bin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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3/8/10 7:53 P

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I like your ideas. Last year I purchased an oven larger than the usual toaster oven and I use it all the time. Tonight I did the potatoes in it and I use it for English Muffins in the morning or for baking just one dish for the two of us.
It is a convectional oven, broiler, toaster, rotisserie, defrosts and keeps warm.

A few months ago I was given a George Foreman Grille and I have been enjoying it, too.

Keeps us posted on your new purchase and its' use.


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3/7/10 2:09 P

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Sounds great!

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3/7/10 1:07 P

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They both sound good. Often I've thought about the ridged skillet, but it just didn't seem right to get another pan. I can understand how the skillet would be better than firing up the barbeque.

Let us know ho it goes.

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3/7/10 11:40 A

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When my tax refund gets here, I'm adding a couple of things to my kitchen to help make my cooking healthier. I'm getting rid of the regular toaster and getting a toaster oven. It will save me tons in energy (did you know the regular oven wastes 95% of the energy it consumes?), and since I have no broiler, I'll be able to broil again. Also, I'll be able to toast larger items like bagels or Kaiser rolls. I'm also getting a ridged grill skillet. I've wanted one for years. Now I'll be able to make grilled and veggies without lighting charcoal!

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