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  • #16
    Bullet

    Originally posted by katkens View Post
    Lee, We have two of them one in the house and one in the trailer we like ours alot they are real good for milk shakes and mixed drinkes I have also made chocolate moose with it. It is easy to get out and easy to clean. ----Kathy
    Are you referring to the "silver bullet"
    My mixed drink would be a Bud-Lite and a Corona.
    That wouldn't work in a blender.
    My wine is never mixed with anything.
    Lee
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    • #17
      Have you ever tried it? My drinks are just about anything frozen with liquor in it.---Kathy
      Ken & Kathy
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      • #18
        Originally posted by katkens View Post
        Have you ever tried it? My drinks are just about anything frozen with liquor in it.---Kathy
        I believe Lee just got called out!!!! Lets see your answer Lee.

        Bryan
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        • #19
          Silver Bullet

          Originally posted by katkens View Post
          Have you ever tried it? My drinks are just about anything frozen with liquor in it.---Kathy
          I didn't see any reference to my question.
          Are you talkin' to me?
          In my post I said that I seen it on tv, but didn't see any good things about it.
          The feedback on the website wasn't good.
          I figured to get a commerical one that I know will last.
          We haven't had one for a long time. But I can see where it would be easier to make salsa with.
          Lee
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          • #20
            Originally posted by staggerlee View Post
            I didn't see any reference to my question.
            Are you talkin' to me?
            In my post I said that I seen it on tv, but didn't see any good things about it.
            The feedback on the website wasn't good.
            I figured to get a commerical one that I know will last.
            We haven't had one for a long time. But I can see where it would be easier to make salsa with.
            Lee
            Sorry Lee I forgot the quote thing I am still new at this. I was just letting you know that we had one and ours worked pretty good. Commerical one will last longer I am sure but I don't use one enough to buy a big one. Have a good day ---Kathy
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            • #21
              The Bullet

              Originally posted by katkens View Post
              Sorry Lee I forgot the quote thing I am still new at this. I was just letting you know that we had one and ours worked pretty good. Commerical one will last longer I am sure but I don't use one enough to buy a big one. Have a good day ---Kathy
              They looked very good on tv.
              But they are the pros at making things look good.
              I did like all the features they had.
              On the feeback part I didn't see any good comments on them.
              Why not go to the site, and leave feedback for them?
              Maybe the ones that were happy with them were to toasted to write about them.
              You sound happy with yours, how long you had it?
              Maybe I will have a second look at them.
              Thanks,
              Lee
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              • #22
                Silver Bullet

                Staggerlee:

                We have a Silver Bullet and love it. It's easy to use and easy to clean. It's basically a small blender but much more convenient. I don't think you'd be disappointed with purchasing one. Also, not bad to have in your camper as they don't take up as much space.

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                • #23
                  Lee..our Magic Bullet goes in the trailer whenever we go. It really is nothing more than a small blender. I use it to scramble eggs, chop onions, and grind coffee. The DW uses it to go to Margaritaville.

                  John
                  Last edited by AVid; 10-18-2007, 08:02 PM. Reason: I gotta learn to spell

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                  • #24
                    Magic Bullet

                    The feedback should have some happy folks on there then.
                    If they want to bother.
                    It looked pretty good to me on the boob tube.
                    Think I might just go for it.
                    I got to get a coffee pot too.
                    Ours started leaking on the last go round.
                    I think our Bunn at home would be a little large for the RV.
                    I like the way the coffee tastes from one of those cheap "Mr. Coffee" pots.
                    Those cheap ones don't last but about a year, but the coffee is good.
                    Now to start a shopping list.
                    Lee
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by staggerlee View Post

                      I think our Bunn at home would be a little large for the RV.
                      I like the way the coffee tastes from one of those cheap "Mr. Coffee" pots.
                      Those cheap ones don't last but about a year, but the coffee is good.

                      Lee
                      Lee,
                      Big Bunns at home?? Too big for the RV? Wow.:b-wink:

                      Cheap "Mr. Coffee" pots? I am going to sit here a while and think about that remark. I own 2 of those Mr Coffee deals and I thought I really had something. Apparently, according to you, they ain't worth having. They might not be any good, never tasted the coffee made in them because I don't care for coffee. I have them for "company".:b-wink:

                      Bryan
                      06 Sunnybrook Titan 32BWKS

                      2007.5 CHEVY 3500 long bed Silverado, 4WD, Duals, Duramax, Allison.

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                      • #26
                        Mr. Coffee

                        Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                        Lee,
                        Big Bunns at home?? Too big for the RV? Wow.:b-wink:

                        Cheap "Mr. Coffee" pots? I am going to sit here a while and think about that remark. I own 2 of those Mr Coffee deals and I thought I really had something. Apparently, according to you, they ain't worth having. They might not be any good, never tasted the coffee made in them because I don't care for coffee. I have them for "company".:b-wink:

                        Bryan
                        I'm talkin' the cheap ones that don't have a clock, or buzzer.
                        Or any of that stuff.
                        Just plain old coffee pot.
                        Our Bunn at home always has hot water in it, and you can make 2 pots at once.
                        Works good when you have a lot of coffee drinkers around.
                        If you just use them for company, you must get along real well. They can't talk back to you. :b-wink:
                        Lee

                        I know what you meant.
                        I will expect a full report.
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                        • #27
                          Posted by Staggerlee------>I'm talkin' the cheap ones that don't have a clock, or buzzer.
                          Or any of that stuff.
                          Just plain old coffee pot.


                          That is what I am talking Lee. No clock, no buzzer. Just plain old coffee pot. Saw no use to splurge on them.

                          Bryan
                          06 Sunnybrook Titan 32BWKS

                          2007.5 CHEVY 3500 long bed Silverado, 4WD, Duals, Duramax, Allison.

                          08 Montego Bay 37 RLB4--Bought this one to travel around in. Thanks Jim, (JEBar), and Camptown RV



                          It is much easier to beg forgiveness than it is to ask permission.

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                          • #28
                            cheap ones

                            Originally posted by maverick41950 View Post
                            Posted by Staggerlee------>I'm talkin' the cheap ones that don't have a clock, or buzzer.
                            Or any of that stuff.
                            Just plain old coffee pot.


                            That is what I am talking Lee. No clock, no buzzer. Just plain old coffee pot. Saw no use to splurge on them.

                            Bryan
                            Now we are still talking about coffee pots aren't we?
                            Lee
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                            Buy American, The Job You Save May Be Your Own
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                            07 - Tahoe LTZ w/tow package,
                            16K Pullrite Super Slide
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                            • #29
                              In My Book

                              This is one recipe that's in my book now, and I've already shared it with friends. It was a hit when we had company recently. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us.
                              Zerel
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by rvduo View Post
                                This is one recipe that's in my book now, and I've already shared it with friends. It was a hit when we had company recently. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us.
                                Zerel
                                Zerel...

                                your kind comments are highly appreciated .... it is a family favorite of ours ... glad your friends enjoy it as well

                                Jim
                                Jim
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