OAK PIE SAFE

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Hmm, most of the pie safes I've seen, maybe all, were probably pine. And, they'd have to have a damn big padlock on there before a pie'd be safe from me. Especially any kind of berry pie. Yummy.
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J T wrote:

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On Sat, 8 Jan 2005 08:23:14 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (J T) wrote:

I find it interesting that Minwax, of all companies, where the _finish_ is the deal, shows computer-generated images of the projects. Even the renderings they do show are rudimentary. (Some of their links are misdirected, too.)
"Makes and keeps wood beautiful" is their slogan. Guess they see no need to actually make these projects themselves _nor_ finish them. Geesh! -- Igor
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Ah, yes. Pie safes. Most of those I've seen were painted pine, but they were designed to prevent flies and rodents from befouling the pies, not children and adults.
A summer in the real Old South would have taught you the need, one of those summers when the flypaper rolls fill up almost as quickly as they are opened.
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Sat, Jan 8, 2005, 1:27pm (EST-3) snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (CharlieSelf) says: Ah, yes. Pie safes. Most of those I've seen were painted pine, but they were designed to prevent flies and rodents from befouling the pies, not children and adults. A summer in the real Old South would have taught you the need, one of those summers when the flypaper rolls fill up almost as quickly as they are opened.
Oh, I already knew the purpose of them. But, they'd still need a padlock if I was around, to make sure someone besides just me got pie too. Especially if it was apple or berry. Well, that's usta be, anymore I could probably only down a slice, then somebody'd be all over me for eating food that's bad for me. If I had any wish I wanted, I think it might be to be able to eat anything I wanted, and it'd be healthy for me.
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JOAT responds:

Yes. Ain't age and debility a bitch? I used to lose a pound by missing ONE lunch. Now, I gain only a pound when I miss lunch. And the blood sugar is on an elevator, though I don't have diabetes. I tend to run more in the opposite direction.
If I had my druthers, all meals would start with thick steak, potatoes swimming in butter and sour cream and a small salad, finishing with cobbler and soft ice cream.
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