Re: Grits, Mush, and Rivel Soup
- From: "Joan F \(MI\)" <jjfahl@(removethis)ameritech.net>
- Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2007 19:00:36 -0400
Internet shopping is wonderful. The other day I was using my blender and
noticed that the plastic screw-on rim on the bottom of the container was
cracks. Off I went into cyberspace and a few days later a new one showed up
in the mail.
High Miles wrote:
| He's looking for coarse ground Ev, and it's not that popular with the
| general run of grub buyers. Bet it can be bought on line tho.
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