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Hi Jim...I look forward to seeing your puzzles later on with the kitchen items. I think most of us like to keep pantry items too long, just in case, but end up not using them. Have a great day Jim.
I just wanted to thank you for posting this puzzle, Marian! You really inspired me while I was cleaning out my pantry. I plan on taking tons of photos of stuff in the kitchen this fall and will save them for the winter.
I always try to save cans Jennifer but eventually I get rid of them. One can only keep so many items in a kitchen and eventually it needs to be tidied up. Glad you enjoyed it...and yes, standard sizes would be great.
This was a fun one... reminded me of cleaning out my grandmother's pantry. I never understood why spice/herb companies wouldn't want to make standard sizes... it certainly would have made stacking stuff easier. I also would like to know, or, maybe I wouldn't, why the chocolate tapioca brand is "Sparkle"... kinda scary. ;-)
I'm glad you enjoyed this one Dize and Joyce....
Fun puzzle!! Thanks Marian!! :)))))))))(time, 4:19)
A fun puzzle
Thanks Jim...cans are always fun and interesting...
Thanks, Marian! This made for a real fun puzzle!This is a great idea for winter puzzles! Everybody can post something like this in any language!
Thanks MilaM and Janet....I know we all have some of these in our kitchen cupboards - my favourite is Paprika (but the Hungarian one).
Fabulous thanks Marian. I used to collect old tin too, but gave them away as my old house is so dusty. I still have WAAY too many other things! This is a fabulous pic of many spices. Hugs, janet
That should have been spicy LOL
Small but spice, fun indeed! Thank you for posting it!
I love tins too!
Hi Pat....glad you enjoyed this. I love cans.