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    Has then been listed and I just can't find it?? I'm trying to get Feb. and March filled and thought I can tweak for my hostesses who I know like certain things if I know what's coming up.

    Thanks,

    Lisa

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    MARCH:
    Host Special
    Choice of 1 of 3 bamboo products:
    --set of ALL the bamboo tools (except the small tongs--see below) $49 value for $19.60
    --bamboo cheese board w/cranberry petite squares $38 value for $15.20
    --bamboo carving board $69 value for $27.60
    PLUS free bamboo tongs with 12 or more guests

    Guest Special
    Bamboo Spoon set free with $60

    April
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    Choose one:
    Salad and Berry Spinner $50 value for $20
    Colander & Bowl Set $39 value for $15.60
    Collapsible Serving Bowl $25 value for $10
    PLUS Nylon Knife (new green one like the pink HWC one) free with 12 guests

    Guest Special:
    Choose the Herb Keeper or Measure Mix & Pour free with $60 purchse

    Compliments of Deb from the other thread
    Last edited by kcjodih; 01-12-2008 at 11:43 PM.

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    Thanks

    I am glad about the salad berry spinner

    and the bamboo stuff


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    Is anyone a fan of the Bamboo Carving Board? I don't have it, don't really have a use for it, but am considering getting it if there are any unused host benefits in March. I know from the thread of products people would like to see discontinued, that was mentioned many times. What are people's thoughts on it who own it or know someone who does? Thanks!

    Tammy

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    Quote Quote by RaggedyAunt
    Is anyone a fan of the Bamboo Carving Board? I don't have it, don't really have a use for it, but am considering getting it if there are any unused host benefits in March. I know from the thread of products people would like to see discontinued, that was mentioned many times. What are people's thoughts on it who own it or know someone who does? Thanks!

    Tammy
    I own it and do like it. BUT I think it's spendy for something used so infrequently. it is NOT a board designed for every day use. It's for carving meats PERIOD.

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    Mine sits in the box in the closet, I'll take to shows only to try and get bookings. It's to heavy though to carry around allot.

    HTH,

    Lisa

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    I love mine

    Mine sits on the counter beside my toaster

    My daughter Lucy will put her toast on there and then put her peanut butter on the toast with the bamboo knife.

    Looks really nice there


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    Thanks so much for the info.

    Lisa

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    love love love mine!!! We do a lot of crock pot meats and I use it often

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    Quote Quote by RaggedyAunt
    Is anyone a fan of the Bamboo Carving Board? I don't have it, don't really have a use for it, but am considering getting it if there are any unused host benefits in March. I know from the thread of products people would like to see discontinued, that was mentioned many times. What are people's thoughts on it who own it or know someone who does? Thanks!

    Tammy
    I am not the cook around here - my DH is...and at my Mom's house, my stepdad is the cook. Both my DH and my stepdad are NUTS about their Bamboo carving boards!!

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    I love my Bamboo Carving Board too!

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    Quote Quote by kcjodih
    MARCH:
    Host Special
    Choice of 1 of 3 bamboo products:
    --set of ALL the bamboo tools (except the small tongs--see below) $49 value for $19.60
    --bamboo cheese board w/cranberry petite squares $38 value for $15.20
    --bamboo carving board $69 value for $27.60
    PLUS free bamboo tongs with 12 or more guests

    Guest Special
    Bamboo Spoon set free with $60

    April
    Host Special
    Choose one:
    Salad and Berry Spinner $50 value for $20
    Colander & Bowl Set $39 value for $15.60
    Collapsible Serving Bowl $25 value for $10
    PLUS Nylon Knife (new green one like the pink HWC one) free with 12 guests

    Guest Special:
    Choose the Herb Keeper or Measure Mix & Pour free with $60 purchse

    Compliments of Deb from the other thread
    Do you know when they will update this on CC?

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    Quote Quote by lissahope26
    Do you know when they will update this on CC?

    Everything will be on Consultant's Corner tomorrow including the updated theme shows and Special Edition Consultant's News with ALL of the announcements and upcoming host/guest specials.

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    If you have never seen the carving board in person...it is definately one of those items that the picture in the catty does NOT do it justice. It is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! I agree it is a lot of $$ for something you probably won't use too often, though. I still don't own it, but I do tell folks how gorgeous it is, and most guests/hosts who get it LOVE IT!!

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    I use my carving board everyday! We never take it off the counter and obviously keep the cutting board side up all the time. Now that my husband has convinced me to keep it on the counter all the time I couldn't go back to not having it there.

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    Quote Quote by KellyTheChef
    If you have never seen the carving board in person...it is definately one of those items that the picture in the catty does NOT do it justice. It is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! I agree it is a lot of $$ for something you probably won't use too often, though. I still don't own it, but I do tell folks how gorgeous it is, and most guests/hosts who get it LOVE IT!!
    It was one of the items that I earned in my SS period. I had it on the counter and would not use it b/c it was so beautiful. Finally DH used it and got the first knife marks in it - I almost fainted! Then I considered it to be 'broken-in' and I use it all the time. I love it. I use it for my little 4 pound chickens (with my meat lifters!), my turkeys, roasts, watermelons.....whatever needs to be carved, gets carved on 'my board'! Loooooovvvvveeee it! (I sound like Weezie from Dragon Tales when I say that!)

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    My mom and I both have one and we both keep it on our countertops. Its too pretty and the width of it has the great logo branded in it and my company comments on it all the time. I love it, but I do agree that its a lot of money for a pretty decor for my countertop.
    I dont sell many.

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    [QUOTE=pamperedlinda]It was one of the items that I earned in my SS period. I had it on the counter and would not use it b/c it was so beautiful. Finally DH used it and got the first knife marks in it - I almost fainted! Then I considered it to be 'broken-in' and I use it all the time. I love it. I use it for my little 4 pound chickens (with my meat lifters!), my turkeys, roasts, watermelons.....whatever needs to be carved, gets carved on 'my board'! Loooooovvvvveeee it! (I sound like Weezie from Dragon Tales when I say that!)[/QUOTE]

    ROFL!! When I read that part, I read it in my head like Wheezy before I read that last part. How old are your kids?

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    Quote Quote by ragschef
    ROFL!! When I read that part, I read it in my head like Wheezy before I read that last part. How old are your kids?
    DS is 5, we've been watching Dragon Tales for several years now.

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    Quote Quote by pamperedlinda
    DS is 5, we've been watching Dragon Tales for several years now.

    My little girl is 3 1/2 and likes to talk like Ord. She loooooovvvvveeeesss Wheezy and Zack too.


    okay enough of the hi-jack... just thought I'd share...

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