It’s raining today in the San Francisco Bay Area. Perhaps it’s snowy or dry but blustery in your neck of the woods. Picnics are a mere fantasy on days like these. But as they say, fantasies do come true.
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You can flex your inner bear, no matter how small it may be, with these bear paw forks. You can use these bear paw forks to viciously rip apart roasted chickens, raw beef, or serve a nice quiche with some Chianti.
You’re not limited to just big hunks of pork butts. This reviewer on Amazon has some other ideas:
Woo, doggie! These would also be great as self defense tools…kind of like brass knuckles, but, presumably, legal. Spikes in the eyes, ears, throat, nads, head, etc. It should provide great “reasoning” advantage with perps. Hey, grab a pork butt or a spike a perp…what a multi-function tool, people!
Find out the real deal with this video.
It’s made out of hand woven split willow and has room for your knives, forks, spoons, and napkins.
Start by adding water to the bottom section. The top section will let your meal steam perfectly. The tap at the bottom is to drain the resulting broth.
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- Gwyneth Paltrow’s Dinner Parties Sound Fabulous! (thesuperficial.com)
- Considering the Lobster (nytimes.com)
- Lobster fisherman hauls blue giant (cbc.ca)
- Behemoth lobster named ‘Tiny’ caught in Bay of Fundy (ctv.ca)
While the rest of the country is fighting snow, we are having a downright balmy winter in California. We’re starting to forget it’s too early for picnics and trips to the beach. But there’s a problem with a picnic in winter: wind bursts.
These little ants will work hard to make sure your picnic table is not disturbed by the breezes. Just clip them to the table cloth and their weight will keep it from flapping in the wind like Aunt Melba’s arms.
If you like these little guys, you’ll love their big brother salt and pepper shakers