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ORLThrifter

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Mostly picking up scraps lately, but these ties seemed to cool to pass. I forgot Mordechai did the tie thing briefly and I’m always surprised by things like this Geoffrey Beene knit that is more impressive (personally) than any Kiton/Brioni/Zegna, etc I’ve ever handled.
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And of course some good Vietnam era OG Seabees shirt action. What was once so abundant, now rare to find these days.
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sorry to derail the thread

@txwoodworker You would use a potato ricer for canning / preserves? interesting
@flipstah the ricer is necessary if you ever make gnocchi at home. so much easier than a masher because you get consistency
 

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sorry to derail the thread

@txwoodworker You would use a potato ricer for canning / preserves? interesting
@flipstah the ricer is necessary if you ever make gnocchi at home. so much easier than a masher because you get consistency
me and the Mrs use to go to Ursula Knaeusel cooking school and she used to make das gut spaetzle with it.
 

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