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buying freezers - Progressive International
Progressive International 50-Count Wood Freezer Pop Sticks, 1-Pack
Progressive International is your source for the widest range of functional, inventive, and fun kitchen tools and great ideas put into practice. Our in-house designers spend hours in the kitchen coming up with ways to improve on a variety of traditional tasks and tools. Established in 1973, our commitment to quality and service allows us to offer a broad selection of quality kitchenware and other household products. Progressive freezer pop sticks to be used with the Progressive frozen pop maker. Set of 50 wood sticks.
Garden Freezer Grub
Garden Grub 108/120 Pookie had an at-work Saturday during which she would be incommunicado, so I took the opportunity to spend all day working in the kitchen. I baked the Caramel Apple cake from "Baked Explorations" (including making the caramel sauce and the ridiculous [but delicious] cooked buttercream frosting), crushed all the tarragon and most of the sage hanging in our panty, and prepared a stack of freezer bags for the dead-body freezer. That meant washing, trimming, blanching, and drying about 7 quarts of p-y-o green beans from the farm, roasting and milling most of the mountain of tomatoes still on the counter (yield: 12 cups of sauce), and trimming and seeding about 120 hot peppers to chop in the food processor. By the time "sitting down for dinner" came around, I was really ready to not be on my feet. But all this being an ant today means I get to be a grasshopper some lazy night in the winter, right? --Schn.
It's not every day you buy $500 worth of raspberries.
Why not the day after you get back from vacation? Ha! I got drenched in a rainstorm too but it was kinda fun. I am going to try to keep my baked good posts on twitter to keep from teasing the out of towners too much. ;-) Follow me @ ironworkscafe if you want to see what I'm up to in the kitchen.