IRON BUFFET TABLE : BENT PLYWOOD COFFEE TABLE.
Iron Buffet Table
- strike against forcefully; "Winds buffeted the tent"
- A shock or misfortune
- a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers
- a meal set out on a buffet at which guests help themselves
- A blow, typically of the hand or fist
- Postpone consideration of
- a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
- a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
- postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
- Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
- cast-iron: extremely robust; "an iron constitution"
- press and smooth with a heated iron; "press your shirts"; "she stood there ironing"
- Smooth (clothes, sheets, etc.) with an iron
- a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element; is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts; used in construction and tools and armament; plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood
iron buffet table - Le Creuset
Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 3-1/2-Quart Buffet Casserole, Cobalt Blue
Le Creuset 3 1/2 qt Buffet Server w/cover, Cobalt Blue. The hand-finished craftsmanship and superior quality of Le Creuset enameled cast iron have long made it the cookware considered by many to be the finest in the world. Bold colors, timeless design a
This 3-1/4-quart Le Creuset buffet casserole is individually sand-cast of rugged cast iron, then clad in two coats of hard, colorful enamel. The result? Cookware so durable it's covered by a lifetime warranty, and so attractive you'll proudly bring it to the table or buffet, where it'll stay hot indefinitely. Cast iron retains and distributes heat evenly, making this round pot with its tight-fitting lid and non-abrasive bottom excellent for braising, simmering, browning, or poaching on any type of stovetop burner. And, because the black phenolic lid knob is oven-safe to 375 degrees F, the pot and lid can be used to bake a casserole whose cheesy crust can be browned under the broiler with the lid removed. You can also use the enameled pot for marinating meats and storing leftovers in the refrigerator.
Le Creuset is known for suffusing the exterior of its products with bright, modern colors, while keeping a more neutral tone on the interior to showcase the cuisine. The enamel interior resists cracking and staining and is best cared for when the contents are stirred with nylon, wood, or silicone utensils. Food particles tend not to stick to the smooth surface, making cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher a snap. Made in France, Le Creuset cast-iron cookware is guaranteed to be free of defects for the lifetime of the original owner, whether self-purchased or received as a gift. --Ann Bieri
THE LITTLE BRAWL AT ALLEN "I think," said Carroll, "that although judgement was given against Fionn, it was Fionn had the rights of it." "He had eleven hundred killed," said Conan amiably, "and you may call that the rights of it if you like." "All the same—" Carroll began argumentatively. "And it was you that commenced it," Conan continued. "Ho! Ho!" Carroll cried. "Why, you are as much to blame as I am." "No," said Conan, "for you hit me first." "And if we had not been separated—" the other growled. "Separated!" said Conan, with a grin that made his beard poke all around his face. "Yes, separated. If they had not come between us I still think—" "Don't think out loud, dear heart, for you and I are at peace by law." "That is true," said Carroll, "and a man must stick by a judgement. Come with me, my dear, and let us see how the youngsters are shaping in the school. One of them has rather a way with him as a swordsman." "No youngster is any good with a sword," Conan replied. "You are right there," said Carroll. "It takes a good ripe man for that weapon." "Boys are good enough with slings," Confro continued, "but except for eating their fill and running away from a fight, you can't count on boys." The two bulky men turned towards the school of the Fianna. It happened that Fionn mac Cumhail had summoned the gentlemen of the Fianna and their wives to a banquet. Everybody came, for a banquet given by Fionn was not a thing to be missed. There was Goll mor mac Morna and his people; Fionn's son Oisin and his grandson Oscar. There was Dermod of the Gay Face, Caoillte mac Ronan—but indeed there were too many to be told of, for all the pillars of war and battle-torches of the Gael were there. The banquet began. Fionn sat in the Chief Captain's seat in the middle of the fort; and facing him, in the place of honour, he placed the mirthful Goll mac Morna; and from these, ranging on either side, the nobles of the Fianna took each the place that fitted his degree and patrimony. After good eating, good conversation; and after good conversation, sleep—that is the order of a banquet: so when each person had been served with food to the limit of desire the butlers carried in shining, and jewelled drinking-horns, each having its tide of smooth, heady liquor. Then the young heroes grew merry and audacious, the ladies became gentle and kind, and the poets became wonders of knowledge and prophecy. Every eye beamed in that assembly, and on Fionn every eye was turned continually in the hope of a glance from the great, mild hero. Goll spoke to him across the table enthusiastically. "There is nothing wanting to this banquet, O Chief," said he. And Fionn smiled back into that eye which seemed a well of tenderness and friendship. "Nothing is wanting," he replied, "but a well-shaped poem." A crier stood up then, holding in one hand a length of coarse iron links and in the other a chain of delicate, antique silver. He shook the iron chain so that the servants and followers of the household should be silent, and he shook the silver one so that the nobles and poets should hearken also. Fergus, called True-Lips, the poet of the Fianna-Finn, then sang of Fionn and his ancestors and their deeds. When he had finished Fionn and Oisin and Oscar and mac Lugac of the Terrible Hand gave him rare and costly presents, so that every person wondered at their munificence, and even the poet, accustomed to the liberality of kings and princes, was astonished at his gifts. Fergus then turned to the side of Goll mac Morna, and he sang of the Forts, the Destructions, the Raids, and the Wooings of clann-Morna; and as the poems succeeded each other, Goll grew more and more jovial and contented. When the songs were finished Goll turned in his seat. "Where is my runner?" he cried. He had a woman runner, a marvel for swiftness and trust. She stepped forward. "I am here, royal captain." "Have you collected my tribute from Denmark?" "It is here." And, with help, she laid beside him the load of three men of doubly refined gold. Out of this treasure, and from the treasure of rings and bracelets and torques that were with him, Goll mac Morna paid Fergus for his songs, and, much as Fionn had given, Goll gave twice as much. But, as the banquet proceeded, Goll gave, whether it was to harpers or prophets or jugglers, more than any one else gave, so that Fionn became displeased, and as the banquet proceeded he grew stern and silent. The wonderful gift-giving of Goll continued, and an uneasiness and embarrassment began to creep through the great banqueting hall. Gentlemen looked at each other questioningly, and then spoke again on indifferent matters, but only with hal
Dream Kitchen Layout
1 square = 1 square foot According to Feng Shui, the stove "should be in the empowered position, where the cook can see the action. If they have their back to the door while cooking, put a mirror or a reflective metal piece behind the stove so they can see what is going on behind. The happiest place for the stove is on a cooking island where the important chef will always feel like a vital part of the family while preparing meals." I debated over this & finally decided that I DON'T "prepare meals" at the stove! I spend MOST of my time preparing meals or baking at a counter (prepping: chopping, mixing, etc.) & NOT standing in front of the stove. So my empowered position IS the island counter, but w/o the stove. I really didn't like the idea of having anything 'dirty' or 'cluttery' on the island i.e. sink w/ dirty dishes or stove w/ greasy pans.
iron buffet table
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