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Well, what DO you do with it?

Posted by mar53 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 16, 13 at 16:49

I occasionally visit the Harvest forum to check out their goodies this time of year, & just had to direct all you chefs to the posting below.


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RE: Well, what DO you do with it?

Oops, didn't post my link:

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/harvest/msg0813211422605.html?10


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my link didn't post:

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/harvest/msg0813211422605.html?10


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I'd guess their consumer liability insurance is a very low rate.

Here is a link that might be useful: Harvest Forum


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Well that is one handy pot LOL


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Wow, so you can't even cook in this particular pot?

I wouldn't bother washing the labels, then.

Linda


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I love these ridiculous directives. In England a couple of years ago I saw a rider on a horse wearing a flourescent jacket with "rider on horse" written in large letters on the back. Sigh!


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Fairway Supermarket here in NYC. Warning sign above pickled olives:

OLIVES MAY HAVE PITS
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It is not that New Yorkers are stupid, it is New Yorkers have smart liability lawyers. Soon you may see signs:

LOBSTERS MAY HAVE SHELLS

WHOLE CHICKENS MAY HAVE BONES

SEEDLESS GRAPES MAY HAVE SEEDS

dcarch


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The last time I bought a new blow dryer for my hair, it had these two cautions (among others):

Not for use while sleeping and
Not for use to be thawing freezed pipes


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"Freezed"?


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Yes, CC, that's why I remembered it. LOL


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