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danakscully64 danakscully64 5 years
That popsicle maker looks awesome. The Williams Sonoma site has a video on how to use it, I watched it a month ago and have wanted it ever since. I wouldn't spend $50 on it, but for a family who eats a lot of frozen treats, it would be worth it.
rossy rossy 5 years
I agree. NO popsicle maker is worth 50 bucks & I can't afford to spend 300 bucks for a stand mixer (no matter the bells & whistles) UNLESS they were 60% off or I won them. - I am the proud owner of a stand mixer purchased OVER 20 years ago that still works like it did when 1st used... How long will anyone use this after something else comes along with MORE bells & whistles to it? Sometimes it's better to stick with simple than fancy.
rossy rossy 5 years
I agree. NO popsicle maker is worth 50 bucks & I can't afford to spend 300 bucks for a stand mixer (no matter the bells & whistles) UNLESS they were 60% off or I won them. -I am the proud owner of a stand mixer purchased OVER 20 years ago that still works like it did when 1st used... How long will anyone use this after something else comes along with MORE bells & whistles to it? Sometimes it's better to stick with simple than fancy.
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