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  1. Crystal’sCozyKitchen
    November 9, 2010

    I use them for removing lids that have ‘issues’ (Like I dropped it upside down onto the pan…)

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  2. Heather
    November 9, 2010

    Tongs as chopsticks? Brilliant!!

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    • Tara @ Feels Like Home
      November 10, 2010

      Thank you 🙂

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  3. Tara @ Feels Like Home
    November 10, 2010

    I love it! Thanks for jumping in!

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  4. ohamanda {impress your kids}
    November 10, 2010

    LOL! Love tongs as chopsticks! How cool! I have some awesome bamboo tongs from Pampered Chef…those would be perfect! And I love using those bamboo tongs for pulling little things (toast, pancakes, etc.) out of the oven. AND for pulling out a piece of pasta to see if it’s done!

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    • Tara @ Feels Like Home
      November 10, 2010

      That’s exactly what i use for toast, too! I never thought of using them to pull a piece of pasta out of the water. That’s a great idea!

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  5. Bree
    November 13, 2010

    I have some tongs with silicon on them, so they don’t melt. We used them for camping! Totally made turning the hobo dinners that much easier! 😀

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  6. Bree
    November 13, 2010

    I have some tongs with silicon on them, so they don’t melt. We used them for camping! Totally made turning the hobo dinners that much easier! 😀

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  7. Alicia’s Homemaking
    November 16, 2010

    They are also handy for removing the plug from your sink when you have been soaking the sink in bleach/hot water (before shining it!). Who wants to stick their hand in a sink full of bleach water? Not I…

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  8. Tara @ Feels Like Home
    November 24, 2010

    Is it the peeler/corer/slicer kind or the kind that looks like a tube or the kind that cores and wedges the apple? 🙂 That makes a difference for when I write the post.

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