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I just used my paula deen sea salt grinder and DH turned it to me and read "Made in China."
I said, "Well butter my butt and call me a biskitt!"
 

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I just used my paula deen sea salt grinder and DH turned it to me and read "Made in China."
I said, "Well butter my butt and call me a biskitt!".
On vacation, while walking on the Champs Elysee, we walked into the Peugot store. If some of you don't know, Peugot, besides the cars, is the manufacturer of the world's best pepper mills.
We bought four (matching) mills.... pepper, salt, nutmeg and fleur de sel (which is wet salt, so you can't use a steel mill for it.)
One of the better purchases we made in France. The other are products from a Spanish company called Lekue http://www.lekue.es/en/ which makes some fantastic products in silicone, include the "decopen" which is used like a pastry bag. I love their products.
 

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Thank you for this.

I just used my paula deen sea salt grinder and DH turned it to me and read "Made in China."
I said, "Well butter my butt and call me a biskitt!".
On vacation, while walking on the Champs Elysee, we walked into the Peugot store. If some of you don't know, Peugot, besides the cars, is the manufacturer of the world's best pepper mills.
We bought four (matching) mills.... pepper, salt, nutmeg and fleur de sel (which is wet salt, so you can't use a steel mill for it.)
One of the better purchases we made in France. The other are products from a Spanish company called Lekue http://www.lekue.es/en/ which makes some fantastic products in silicone, include the "decopen" which is used like a pastry bag. I love their products.
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Eric Arthur Blair said:
On vacation, while walking on the Champs Elysee, we walked into the Peugot store. If some of you don't know, Peugot, besides the cars, is the manufacturer of the world's best pepper mills.
We bought four (matching) mills.... pepper, salt, nutmeg and fleur de sel (which is wet salt, so you can't use a steel mill for it.)
One of the better purchases we made in France. The other are products from a Spanish company called Lekue http://www.lekue.es/en/ which makes some fantastic products in silicone, include the "decopen" which is used like a pastry bag. I love their products.
What the heck does that have to do with Paula Deen riding a stick of butter? Start a new topic instead of hijacking this one.
 

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I feel the blood in my arteries slowing down just watching this!
Buttah & sugah, y'all...that's what it's about here in Georguh!
 

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Thank you for this.

I just used my paula deen sea salt grinder and DH turned it to me and read "Made in China."
I said, "Well butter my butt and call me a biskitt!".
On vacation, while walking on the Champs Elysee, we walked into the Peugot store. If some of you don't know, Peugot, besides the cars, is the manufacturer of the world's best pepper mills.
We bought four (matching) mills.... pepper, salt, nutmeg and fleur de sel (which is wet salt, so you can't use a steel mill for it.)
One of the better purchases we made in France. The other are products from a Spanish company called Lekue http://www.lekue.es/en/ which makes some fantastic products in silicone, include the "decopen" which is used like a pastry bag. I love their products.
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Eric Arthur Blair said:
On vacation, while walking on the Champs Elysee, we walked into the Peugot store. If some of you don't know, Peugot, besides the cars, is the manufacturer of the world's best pepper mills.
We bought four (matching) mills.... pepper, salt, nutmeg and fleur de sel (which is wet salt, so you can't use a steel mill for it.)
One of the better purchases we made in France. The other are products from a Spanish company called Lekue http://www.lekue.es/en/ which makes some fantastic products in silicone, include the "decopen" which is used like a pastry bag. I love their products.
What the heck does that have to do with Paula Deen riding a stick of butter? Start a new topic instead of hijacking this one.
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Proud Texan said:
What the heck does that have to do with Paula Deen riding a stick of butter? Start a new topic instead of hijacking this one.
See the mention of a sea salt grinder above. But yes, a little OT
 
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