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Rantings of an Amateur Chef

I’ve never been dragged to one of those “parties” where your host tries to sell you things. The granddaddy of these, of course, is the Tupperware party. I have knock-off Tupperware (is Rubbermaid really a knock-off?) and for the most part, my life is complete.

Maybe it is a gender thing, but my wife gets invited to many of these parties. The decision to attend or not attend is not always an easy one. How well do you know the person? Do you really want what they are selling, or not? If you really don’t want something but feel obligated to go, what is the anticipated “exit cost” of buying a low priced item to be nice.  It is all more than I want to think about. Sometimes, however, the stuff is good. Really good.

Quite a while ago my wife went to a party where they were showing cookware…

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