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WINTER CHALLENGE 2013 > 5.5 - In the Dining Room

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message 1: by Kristina Simon (last edited Nov 15, 2013 08:48PM) (new)


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Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
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Ann A (readerann) | 881 comments I've already read this book, but I can recommend it as a fun, light read for those who appreciate fine food and wine!

French Lessons: Adventures with Knife, Fork, and Corkscrew


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Prajakta | 150 comments Does Cauldron count as a Utensil?


message 8: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Prajakta wrote: "Does Cauldron count as a Utensil?"

No, sorry.


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Prajakta | 150 comments thanks


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Anne  (Booklady) Molinarolo (wwwgoodreadscomAnneMolinarolo) | 939 comments What do you consider a kitchen utensil? Besides the usual spoon, knife, and fork?


message 11: by Kristina Simon (new)

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Anne (Booklady) wrote: "What do you consider a kitchen utensil? Besides the usual spoon, knife, and fork?"

Chopsticks, spork, toothpick, fingers.... Any utensil that's used for eating.


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Anne  (Booklady) Molinarolo (wwwgoodreadscomAnneMolinarolo) | 939 comments Would Goldfinger work then? Please, please?


message 13: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Anne (Booklady) wrote: "Would Goldfinger work then? Please, please?"

Sorry, no. The finger(s) need to stand alone.


message 14: by Anne (Booklady) (last edited Nov 21, 2013 08:34PM) (new)

Anne  (Booklady) Molinarolo (wwwgoodreadscomAnneMolinarolo) | 939 comments Well, phooey. I guess I need help - I will keep checking the thread for approved books, Kristi.


message 15: by Bea (new)

Bea | 3874 comments I'm going with Stick a Fork In It.


message 16: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Bea wrote: "I'm going with Stick a Fork In It."

LOL. That looks pretty good. ;-)


message 18: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Andy wrote: "How about
When It Comes to Spooning, I'm a Fork"


LOL. Yes, absolutely, that works. Love the title! ;-)


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message 20: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Marscha wrote: "Will A Spoonful of Murder work?"

Yes, that works.


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Andy Plonka (plonkaac) | 3400 comments Kristi (Passion for the Page) wrote: "Andy wrote: "How about
When It Comes to Spooning, I'm a Fork"

LOL. Yes, absolutely, that works. Love the title! ;-)"

Thanks


message 22: by Dee (new)

Dee (austhokie) | 7542 comments kristi - what about untradition tools...in medival times daggers/swords/dirk's were used to eat meat roasted over the fire


message 23: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Dee wrote: "kristi - what about untradition tools...in medival times daggers/swords/dirk's were used to eat meat roasted over the fire"

I can find mention that a dagger may have been used to eat during medical times (swords and dirks might have been used for cooking, but I can't find any mention of them being used as eating utensils -- too long/big, I imagine). So a dagger would work.


message 24: by SamZ (new)

SamZ (samwisezbrown) How about a chalice?


message 25: by Kristina Simon (new)

Kristina Simon (kristinasimon) | 10897 comments Mod
Sam wrote: "How about a chalice?"

No, sorry. Looking more for an eating utensil rather than a vessel for a beverage.


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