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Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
... strange people these Canadians ...

anywho I like the look of the pasta ...

also like the look of the bowls/serving implements etc ... presuming plastic ?

oh yes and despite your obvious apalling disregard for proper treatment of an innocent coffee bean where did the coffee mug come from ? Looks like a better design than most I have seen.

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Yes, we have a complete plastic dinner service for 6. Nothing but the best on Whiskeyjack.
The coffee mug is a travel mug I bought at Canadian Tire about 4 years ago. Insulated, comes with a spill proof lid and a non-slip base, runs about $4. If postal costs aren't horrendously stupid, I'll send you one.

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Timmies used to have nice ones with wide bases, but they discontinued them for some odd reason.
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Yes, we have a complete plastic dinner service for 6. Nothing but the best on Whiskeyjack.
The coffee mug is a travel mug I bought at Canadian Tire about 4 years ago. Insulated, comes with a spill proof lid and a non-slip base, runs about $4. If postal costs aren't horrendously stupid, I'll send you one.
On Raven we had a fairly crappy melamine set for offshore and limited china for anchor. Part of that was storage restrictions the rest not being able to find something we liked. On previous boat I had some really top notch melamine that I rather stupidly sold with the boat. With the new girl storage is not a problem so we are hunting around for both a good plastic/melamine set plus some half way decent china.

The interesting thing about insulated mugs is that these days they appear to be designed for cup holders, ergo narrow base. Also of course the damn things are the size of a small fuel tank.

Anywho, off to find Canadian tire online. Can anyone tell me why a camping goods supplier is called Canadian Tire ? Oh, wait ... so they do actually sell tires as well.

ps Jonesy ... doesn't look like they have 'em anymore. If they do, just let me know the details. I can order 'em on line. Easy. What's more I betcha their delivery charge is a damn sight less than postage.

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New scribbles, completely unrelated to mugs, projects, or food... for a change.

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A dog with a shirt, the Low-Buck Project of the Week, and jambalaya.
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