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Hi hanne, thanks we thought so too, the Italians do not waste any part of the olive tree.
Well put Nova, thanks.
"All's Well that Ends Well!"
You're welcome Lela, I know you were worried about the knife so had to make sure you and bookish saw it!!
Hi bookish, thanks we really liked it in the store but were worried about it getting here in one piece. They wrapped it well.
Knife looks harmless enough, Robbie. Though I agree with Pat, keep it away from David's inner-child. Have never seen that type of bowl before. Quite striking.
This text is so BIIIG!.......Thank you for another fascinating study of kitchen appliances!......
Hi PK, I remember that, I'll hide them quick! Thanks.
That is a good one Hanne! Thanks.
OK gem, we have a friend who likes it, I guess I'll have to get more for you! Thanks.
Wolf Blass...be right over! :)
Well, well, well, the degree of danger depends on what you use it for! Right? Not good for the butter to be stabbed but you can't hear it scream!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
Don't let David near that knife. He told me what he did with a butter knife. So glad you found it was a little worried.
Now we don't have to call in Miss Marple. What a relief!
Lela and bookish, I found your missing knife. Jenny had washed it. Here it is with the olive wood bowl from Orvieto and bottle of Wolf Blass Yellow Label Merlot.
Bookish I'm sorry I left your name off the heading, I pressed the button just as I realized.