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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    Now that just isn't fair.
    How is the book?
    Totally worth the wait and price, I was supposed to receive it in the beginning of June, however USPS somehow lost the behemoth of a package in Reno, NV . The amount of information contained within these books is wonderful, I'll have to give a re-eval after I get over the initial excitement and awe-struck reaction of how literally enormous these books are and how amazing (and useful) the photography is in them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Nice stuff.

    Sorry for the bad pic but this is my latest addition. It replaces the old one which lasted a year. It's tough finding a decent percolator these days.

    Now this is a coffee machine! Don't make em like they used to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Finally found a Hobart Kitchen Aid mixer a K5 SS
    Haven't checked this thread in a while. Nice score Jim, and I am just going to pretend I didn't see the Modernist Cuisine Series. And as for the percolator, I LOVE that stuff. Today I just used my vintage ice crusher when making snow cones for my daughter. That percolator looks cool. I need to start searching on eBay now.

    Btw, though it isn't technically a kitchen score, I got in yesterday 600 pounds of a beautiful black walnut dining table with benches (leather chairs are coming later). I got it custom made in Michigan, and it is amazing. Quality furniture is really pleasing to use. I applaud good wood workers.

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    That is one nice table and a lovely house .
    sure beats that double wide .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Wow, Drinky...wow!
    Nice bottle collection too. I have developed an obsession for Pre-2006 Bourdeaux, in the past couple years.
    Good to see another one like me out there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    I have developed an obsession for Pre-2006 Bourdeaux, in the past couple years.
    Good to see another one like me out there!
    And in six days I will be in Paris

    k.
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    Fabulous table! The wany edge is so cool!
    Spike C
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    So I go down for a nap for an hour and my mother lets my 7-year-old daughter do art work with permanent markers on the new table. Seriously W-T-F??? By my clock that table was pristine for 25 hours.

    k.
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    i would try a magic eraser to try and get it off....they really do work wonders,....i have no idea why they work but i have gotten some pretty serious stains and rub marks out of walls and other things with one....i would be surprised if it didn't get it out...even with the marker being permanent.....ryan


    viva la revolucion !

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    Goof-off is good for this, it should not effect the finish.
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