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Stoneware Tote -- would you recommend it?

spoiledchef

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Jan 8, 2006
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I'm possibly looking for a stoneware tote. I have the tool turn-about tote and the carry all tote, but I'm not wanting to purchase the rolling case. So, I thought maybe having the stoneware tote would help "ease the weight" of my carry all tote. If anyone has one, would you recommend it? And -- if you have one you're not using, what would you sell it for?
TIA
 
Feb 2, 2006
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i just purchased it its ok. doesnt hold the big baker or the loaf pan. holds 2 pizza or flat stone and then i have the small oval baker in it and the small bar pan. im often told i take too much to shows so that may be ok for you.
 

spoiledchef

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Well, I usually only take 1-2 stones, b/c I've found that I rarely have room to set everything out if I'm not using. So, I try to take just what I need with a few extras thrown in. Maybe I just need a tote that would hold paperwork, a stone and whatever else I could fit in it. LOL!
 

chefjeanine

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Jan 19, 2006
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I'm not using my stoneware tote right now (I have the rolling tote) but I really did like carrying it. It's not huge, but I'd carry a flat stone and cutting board(s). You'd still have room for some paperwork, too. I carry two small oval bakers to my shows so that guests can see the two New Traditions glazes. I think those would fit in there with a flat stone. . .wrapped in microfiber or kitchen towels.
 

BethCooks4U

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I only carry it if I am doing a bigger event and I need the large round stone and the SA large square platter... It protects them better but it's one more bag. I want to be duplicatable and every extra bag gives the potential consultant a reason to think it's too much work. I tend to carry too much and if I limit the # of bags I am forced to carry less which makes my job look even easier. (I have to watch the weight per bag too)
 

DebbieSAChef

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Jan 17, 2006
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Tote bag

I love my tote bag and I use it to carry my Large stone, my large cutting board, and my bar pan. Sometimes I even take my cooling rack. They fit great! I love it and it looks so professional with my PC logo on front.
I try not to lug around too many things to my shows but most hosts ask me to bring stuff to show and so it's impossible for me to bring a crate and one bag. I usually try to take more things to big shows when I know there will be quite a few women and they will want to feel and see the products up close. :)
I let everyone know that I love my PC stuff and while other consultants like to only bring the bare essentials I love to bring as much as I can to show it off. It also builds strong muscles and helps me work off those recipes!!
LOL :D
DEBBIE
 
Feb 2, 2006
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i take way tooo much to my shows. every time i try to lessen the amount I forget something. I take one bag with paperwork, one crate one large tub and one small tub
 
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RachelNguyen

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I think the stoneware tote has been discontinued. I bought mine used from another consultant.

The carryall and tool-turnabout totes are both available on your supply order form.

I have all three and like them alot. The stoneware tote IS limited because it is so flat. I can't fit my large bar pan in it, but I carry my large pizza stone and both my small saute pans. I suppose I could also carry my oval baker, but haven't tried it yet.

I LOVE the tool turnabout tote. It makes things so much easier. And I like the large carry all bag. I can fit my family skillet and batter bowl and all kinds of other stuff.

I do carry a lot of bags, but just sling them over my shoulder and I can still get into the host's house in two trips. And I think they are always suprised at how much fits into the bags!

Love+
Rachel
 
Mar 2, 2006
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I just rec'd my order from Merrill today. The lapboards and the pampered chef bag that they have. It is really nice, roomy and sturdy. I look forward to using it at my shows. Just wanted everyone to know that it is worth the purchase

Mary
 

Ginger428

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At the PC site...under products & recipes another window will come up..enhance your shows...etc,,,,
 
Mar 2, 2006
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thanks ginger, I like to print those out, and put in sheet protectors. They look really good, and give the guest some really good ideas. (not to mention us too)
 
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