Here it is, pals. The one “cheese substitute” we’ve found that does the trick. Nothing yucky in it — no soy or gluten. It does contain “titanium dioxide, a naturally occurring mineral,” but as you know, we are very favorably inclined toward anything titanium. Huge style points. It tastes vaguely like Cheez Whiz, which for
Lots of talk this afternoon about awful drivers and the crazy/stupid things they do, which somehow took me to the “weapons of choice” place in my mind. So here it is: such a lovely wicked fine tool this is, the citrus reamer. Feels great in your hand. Gives you total mastery over that piece of
That’s Miss H’s name for our adorable, hardworking kitchen brush. I was first introduced to the concept of a dish scrub brush by Auntie M, who stays here at the farm for extended periods from time to time. Auntie M is someone who REALLY knows how to keep house. Unlike yours truly, M learned about
Pals, if you don’t already know about Bon Ami, which in French — you know this — means “good friend,” please say hello to my bon ami, Bon Ami. It’s on Auntie L’s list of faves in our store for some very good reasons. It’s cheap. It works beautifully. It doesn’t stink. It’s environmentally “correct.”
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