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(2/26/2013 9:16:00 AM)
RE:Massey Harris Stoves.
Malcolm - couldn't agree with you more about the need to provide for sustainable supplies of quality Massey food.
Maybe we should also think of getting
too so that we can hold Joe's cream and Dennis's ice cream in good wholesome condition. So this is another item to add to the "wants list". Then of course an
MH washing machine
so we can keep our waiting on clothes in tip top immaculate condition. Of course if the takings are good in our MH restaurant we will also need an
to secure the takings. I have one or two
here for the cafe area and also an
MF Egg Yolk Separator
for in the kitchen to help making the ice cream if it is to be true farmhuose type. We already have
MH Cream Separators
for Joe's cream supply. Then I have an
MF Sugar Tongues
for those who need sugar lumps in their coffee from your stove. All set to go????? ................................
For those who are in to kitchen design I am posting a later MH catalogue page showing the later style of cooker type stoves. Personally I don't think they have the elegance of the older styles that I posted yesterday. I have found that MH kept parts supplies going for the stoves well into the '40s for both coal and wood burning types of stove so parts should still be easy to come by.
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