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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Yes to the "Hee Haw" reference but the second was from one of the other "Looney Tunes" characters from a spoof of "Of Mice and Men" the large cat was going to "hug him and squeeze him and call him George!"
    Interesting, it's a popular saying around here with my grand daughter and at pretty much anytime we find something we want!
    We are a strange group though.
    There was an almost identical line in a Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck cartoon, where an abominable snowman caught Daffy (disguised as a rabbit) and said "I will name him George and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him", so I still claim my 20 bonus points. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArNz...1teOQRG47m-Zvp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Bass View Post
    Won't say anything, except this.
    Thank you for saying that! I'm placing an order now
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    Lowry's seasoned salt containers are excellent for rubs. Not as pretty as the Cambro, but the lid makes it nice to keep it fresh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneF View Post
    Lowry's seasoned salt containers are excellent for rubs. Not as pretty as the Cambro, but the lid makes it nice to keep it fresh.
    I've used old rub and seasoning shakers for years, they work great. But I still had to have this Cambro!

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    Oh yes, Gollum/Sméagol, you found the ring...my precious.
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    Chris, keep in mind if your wife has Amazon Prime, she can add you to her account for no charge. That way you can both get free Prime shipping.

    Here is the shaker I bought, actually bought two since I host large events with multiple 22” bullets:

    Winware 22-Ounce Stainless Steel Dredge Winco


    https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/A...CI8X3U/tvwb-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Bass View Post
    Won't say anything, except this.
    Bob, thanks for the link...
    I did order this from KATOM for $2.65 PLUS $13.56 shipping....
    and this is what i received 10 days after ordering...




    please do not ask what it is, i have no #@$&ing idea. And the "lady" on the phone insisted that this IS what i ordered...
    when it clearly states on my paid-order email that i ordered one:

    Cambro 96SKRC135 Description

    The Cambro 96SKRC135 Camwear® dredge comes with a color-coded cheese lid that makes identifying the shaker's contents simple. The jar is made of polycarbonate, which is durable and clear, allowing the user to easily see when a refill is needed. When it is time for a refill, the unthreaded lid pops on and off easily with an included tab. The jar features a handle to make using the dredge comfortable, and it is dishwasher safe to make cleaning simple in a commercial kitchen.
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    • 10-oz dredge with cheese lid
    • Jar is made of clear polycarbonate
    • Lid is color-coded to make identification simple
    • Handle helps user maintain a comfortable grip
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Non-threaded lids pop off for refilling

    Camwear Shaker/Dredge with cheese Lid, 10 oz., polycarbonate, clear, dishwasher safe.

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    Jim,

    Sorry about the mess up. Totally understand the deserved attitude. I thought they were ok to order through. My BIG Mistake.

    Sounds like it's time for some "KATOM Rip Off Artists" postings on various websites.

    Not sure it can help, but I live approx 30 minutes from the Cambro corporate offices. They very well may want to know about this transaction and how a supplier of their products is treating buyers of Cambro products. Let me know if I can help in any way. I'll send my info to you via PM.

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    Reminds me of a few years back, a member on Pentax Forums found a nice deal from Overstock on a Pentax lens.
    Some members jumped on it (not me) and they received an 18.5 lb ceiling fan instead of an 8 oz lens, and had a heck of a time getting things sorted out with Overstock.

    Chris got me interested in these shakers, or ones like them, so I did some searching around.
    Found a seller on eBay, bought one, it's very nice, I'll probably buy another one or two.
    I like having lids with different size holes.
    4 of them for $16.19 including shipping.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-10-Ounce-P...oAAOSwubRXM0~L

    or 1 for $5.77 including shipping.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-Ounce-Pol...QAAOSwYmZXM4Af

    I'm not affiliated with the seller.

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    Jim...

    That is a Cambro Drain Shelve. Depending upon the size, it could be one of these part numbers (from Cambro's 2014 catalog)

    10CWD
    20LPCWD
    20CWD
    30CWD
    40CWD
    60CWD
    90CWD

    All are found on Cambro's "Camwear Polycarbonate Food Pans" catalog page.

    Page 151 on Cambro's current 2016 catalog, viewable and downloadable from the Cambro website.
    Last edited by Bob Bass; 09-23-2016 at 03:29 PM.
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