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Old 2005-06-14, 9:13pm
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I have this silver sugar scoop and it works perfect for frit. I can fill it up, pour it back in the jar, pick it up, etc. Just thought I would share!
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Old 2005-06-14, 9:17pm
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I have this silver sugar scoop and it works perfect for frit. I can fill it up, pour it back in the jar, pick it up, etc. Just thought I would share!

Thanks for sharing, Corri.
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Old 2005-06-22, 6:26am
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I never would have though of that! What a great idea! Thanks Corrie!
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Old 2005-06-26, 5:17am
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That's brilliant! I was actually walking aimlessly through Lowe's yesterday trying to find ANYTHING curved to put my frits and powders in.
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Old 2005-06-26, 8:16pm
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I just came across what I hope will be the perfect tool to put frit in a specific spot when wanting a small quantity but more than putting on with tweezer/pickups. I got a couple of seafood forks - they have an end that is shaped like a very small spade with wings = plus the price was good - 99cents at Kitchen Collection.
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Old 2005-06-27, 11:19am
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Thanks, Corri! How wide is it and where did you get it?!

And Lynn, do you have a pic of your seafood fork? I'm always looking for ways to put frit on specific spots...

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