Hero's Welcome Journal
Take a look at the last potato peeler you'll ever need. It's made in Sweden, of high-quality stainless steel. It will peel every potato (or carrot) that comes your way...for the rest of your days! We guarantee it.
Four sure, you can find cheaper peelers. Some are almost disposable instead of indispensable.
A fair question: Do we have the chops? Do we know enough about peelers to be so proud of this one?
Years ago, I learned to peel potatoes like hell won't have it, and may still be a contender in most any kitchen. As a new counselor at a Pacific Northwest Boy Scout camp, I was assigned to the lowly 4-man kitchen crew. Each week, 400 new kids showed up, and for Friday night dinner, the cook served mashed potatoes. To do that, he needed three 33-gallon garbage cans filled with peeled potatoes. You guessed it... we pulled the duty!
Each week, four of us approached the task with a capitalistic flair. In two-man teams, we competed to fill one can apiece. The winning team in that race was excused from duty in filling the third can! Lord, did we learn to fly through them taters!
If memory serves, just staring at the empty third can was incentive enough to keep me on the winning team every time.
The stainless steel potato peeler we sell here is identical to the model we used to win against less nimble Scouts.
We found this nightgown nearly 30 years ago in a London antique shop...a forgotten treasure from Edwardian England.Fascinated by it, we created heirloom-quality reproductions for our “Westminster Lace” stores which many of your readers may remember. It was a huge success!These classic nighties are still cherished. One woman slips hers on to watch Downton Abbey.Recently, we decided to re-introduce the garment [...]
Remember our Winter Hours start early around here! As of November 1st, our store is open every day with the following schedule:Winter HoursNovember 1st through March 31stMonday - Friday6:30a - 5:00pSaturday8:00a - 5:00pSunday8:00a - 5:00p
Curious about visiting our store? Have a look around! We think it's well worth the drive from Montreal (just over an hour), Burlington (40 minutes) or even the north Pole (hint hint Santa!)Check it out: https://photos.app.goo.gl/47tGo95zLd9rDDRs1