Favorite Tool in the Kitchen

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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 07:10:55 (permalink)
I also could not function without my tongs!--got lots of them in various sizes--but alway the simple resteraunt supply house stainless spring type! and my chinese cleavers!!!Gave up using the expensive european chefs knives that i bought right out of cooking school when i discovered these cleavers--love them-chop slice dice and scoop!!! great tool. Skillets!!! and my steamer/pasta pot! these are the "Gotta have's"---everything else is just frosting!
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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 07:18:11 (permalink)
Bushie,
thanks for the tip on Seabear. Even more relevant, my mother will want to thank you come Christmas.
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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 07:19:14 (permalink)
Just remembered something----my wifes favorite kitchen gizmo got destroyed ages ago and we are still looking for one--so if anyone has seen a ceramic French Butter keeper,PLEASE, let me know! You could make one short Viennese lady very happy!She misses it ALOT!
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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 10:10:25 (permalink)
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Originally posted by tiki

Just remembered something----my wifes favorite kitchen gizmo got destroyed ages ago and we are still looking for one--so if anyone has seen a ceramic French Butter keeper,PLEASE, let me know! You could make one short Viennese lady very happy!She misses it ALOT!


I have seen them advertised many times in the back of Gourmet and Bon Appetit magizine. You can try www.frenchbutterdish.com, if this doen't work for you pick up a copy of one of these magazines and check out the ads in the back
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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 10:13:46 (permalink)
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Originally posted by tiki

Just remembered something----my wifes favorite kitchen gizmo got destroyed ages ago and we are still looking for one--so if anyone has seen a ceramic French Butter keeper,PLEASE, let me know! You could make one short Viennese lady very happy!She misses it ALOT!


I have seen them advertised many times in the back of Gourmet and Bon Appetit magizine. You can try www.frenchbutterdish.com if this doen't work for you pick up a copy of one of these magazines and check out the ads in the back


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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 14:50:49 (permalink)
Tiki, they have three different types of French butter keepers in the King Arthur Flour catalogue: www.kingarthurflour.com -- inexpensive, too!
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RE: Favorite Tool in the Kitchen 2003/09/20 17:23:12 (permalink)
Oh, shoot, I mis-read the topic name. I thought it said your favorite kitchen 'toot' and I was looking forward to seeing whether you drink your single malt scotches, or beer, or a favorite wine while you cook.

Ah well. My family always said I had creative listening, now, apparently, it has spread to my vision.
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