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After Reading "Williams-Sonoma: A Catalog for Cooks, January 1999" I want to peel you apart like romaine lettuce, pour cold water over leaves of you in my In-Sink Colander and run you through my Salad Spinner until you're dry. I want to cook you in my Calphalon Commercial Nonstick Grill Pan "with ridges that separate meats from their fatty drippings." I want to slice you into squares with my Henkels Five-Star Knives and simmer you with carrots and potatoes and a healthy dollop of Williams-Sonoma Beef Cooking Stock in my Hammered Copper Soup Pot. I want to dust my knuckles with flour and work you on my Countertop Butcher-Block Kneading Board and set you in my Dough- Rising Bucket. I want to pick at you with tines of my Grande Cuisine Flatware and raise my Hemstitched Napkin to wipe you out of the corners of my mouth.
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