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Dec 19 2008

Dakota Custom Bar Stool (24″” – 30″” Seats) Dakota Bar Stool

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The Dakota barstool by Holsag is a contemporary styled item that adds elegance to any setting. The solid beech hardwood construction and durable wood finish make the Dakota line extremely sturdy as well as attractive. The back slats are raised from the seat to allow for easy cleaning. Upholstered seats as well as solid wood […]

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Dec 18 2008

Santorini Restaurant London,Ontario 2008

Published by under Ontario

Great Performance At Santorini’s Patio By Athen’s By Night Duration : 0:6:1

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Dec 16 2008

Restaurant De La Colonne tapestry

Published by under Ontario

Restaurant De La Colonne Tapestry Free Shipping! Free Hanging Tapestry Rod! 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee! Tapestry of original art by Fabrice de Villeneuve, who has galleries in both Ontario and Paris, and paints in the tradition of the 17th and 18th century masters. His work is sought by interior designers worldwide and offers the perfect subject […]

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Dec 16 2008

Santorini Restaurant London,Ontario 2008

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Great Performance At Santorini’s Patio By Athen’s By Night Duration : 0:4:31

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Dec 14 2008

Easy Radiant In-Ground Patio Heater

Published by under Ontario

Free Shipping! Authorized Easy Radiant Dealer. A favorite of the Canadian restaurant industry. Same coverage of Sunglo\’s in-ground models, with twice the heat settings and three times the warranty. The Easy Radiant In-Ground Patio Heater has long been one of Canada\’s best-selling heaters and is made in Ontario, to precise manufacturing standards. It is starting […]

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Sep 05 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – It’s DONE!

After the fiasco with musical stock pots, it was smooth sailing. There’s something about that “pop” of the lid when you bring it out of the water that is so satisfying. All in all, I think each jar has a value of at least $40, if you factor in all the dang work it took […]

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Sep 04 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Part Deux

It’s morning. I haven’t had coffee yet. I’ve got the heavy stock pot tilted over the sink, draining the water from the tomatoes and onions that have sat overnight. I remind myself that if I DON’T visualize myself losing the lid and an hours worth of chopping down the sink, then it CAN’T happen. To […]

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Sep 03 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Post, the First

It’s a down-east family tradition. Chow Chow. Sweet relish made from green tomatoes and onions. When we were first introduced to it in New Glascow, Nova Scotia, we couldn’t believe we were allowed to eat this sweet good stuff right along side our meat and potatoes. Shouldn’t this be a desert? This year, with the […]

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