Convenient hanging kitchen utensils set.

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  1. landon6062

    landon6062 Active Member

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    I found this yesterday for my PUP at Big L 20180626_112526.jpg ots for $15.

    Thought the hanging basket was a great idea for keeping things off the counters and neatly together...

    Pretty handy with all of the kitchen utensils in it..

    Just thought I would pass it along : )
     
  2. nineoaks2004

    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Good idea, thanks for sharing
    Good Luck and Happy Camping
     
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    Dan from Troup Well-Known Member

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    Hanging storage ideas are great and gets things out of the way but close at hand. The Amish hung their dining chairs on the wall. Wonder what an Amish built PUP would look like?
     
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    Good idea.
    An Amish pup would have no chipboard!
     
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    Dan from Troup Well-Known Member

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    Or fake wood cabinets. 3ed1ecdf09d6976f7405b77e6e81bff6.jpg
     
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    Sorry everyone.. I didn't get alerted that there was a response to this thread?? um. Surely it is something I did..

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    Found this little handy dandy "spice container" yesterday.. and thought I would pass it along as a good idea// 20180628_084821.jpg

    I can't do without SPICE.. lol

    it has SIX main spices, and is refillable..

    salt, pepper, garlic, paprika, curry, cayenne..

    Of course, I am sure you could change them out if you would like..

    Just thought I would pass it along.. saves SPACE, and is convenient..

    Purchased at WAL-MART..
     
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    I have been using this multi spice contain for years, but didn't realize it was refillable, lol. Now I have to go and check mine.
     
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    Omg.. after taking it out of the package.. I see you are correct it is not designed to be Refillable.. MY BAD.. tricky tricky tricky.

    That residual income coming into play.. LOL

    Though I am considering breaking the seal.. don't tell anyone though.. LOL
     
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    Let me know if it works. I have a few of these containers.
     
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    Well I just tried on one of my older multi spice shaker...didn't work.
     
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    I've looked at both of these items, too.
     
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    an Amish built pup/cabin on wheels is an excellent idea.
    pic on fb yesterday of amish 2horse buggy on the boat ramp dropping a pedal power fishing boat.
    RESPECT.
     
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    Probably just like every other pup. The RV industry employs a huge number of Amish workers so your pup likely was built by Amish workers.

    I wonder what a Catholic built pup would look like. How about a Jewish built pup?

    I've never understood how a person's religion makes a product they build any different from another.
     
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    Amish is synonymous with handbuilt quality as in furniture, quilts, houses. Got to meet a buggy builder once on a road trip at a restaurant. Saw their buggy outside and couldn't miss who they were inside. I walked our young daughter over to his table and introduced ourselves and asked him about his buggy. He was thrilled I'd taken an interest in his ride and told me he built them. His whole family was with him and how beautiful they were. I've never thought of Amish as a separate religion but a sect of people who are representative of a work ethic that has died in America, particularly with our youth.
     
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    True, but it is a myth. The RV industry employs many thousands of Amish workers and we all know the RV industry has terrible quality control issues. That is why when people make the mistake of using "Amish built" as synonymous with quality, I have no choice but to make a joke out of it.
     
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    You apparently live in Amish Country and allegedly know about these things first hand whereas I do not and can only speculate. I'm curious though as you cite the employment of Amish by non-Amish employers whose profit incentives undercut their quality in the RV industry. What about in-house Amish industries like organic crops sold to the public, fine quilts and handcrafted furniture? Surely there must be integrity and craftsmanship in their cottage industries?
     
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    i think the point is that you can't assume quality from a label. Whether it's "made by Amish", "made in America" or " made in China ", etc. Inspect the quality before you buy.

    The Amish are just like any other group doing business and corners may get cut just like the rest.
     
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