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The irresistible allure of microwave ovens 

She was built like a Buick Special: encased in burnished chrome, adorned with a mesh grill, her red-studded knobs gleaming like taillights at the drive-in. The 1955 Tappan microwave oven, one of America's first commercial models, carried a retail price of $1,295,…

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Copper Mug taste better buddy

by Eric Stalker on The secret to the perfect summer drink is the copper cup (Object of Desire)

thinking about getting cooper mugs. anyone tell me the taste difference between glass,plastic,cooper or tin?

by Elizabeth Sunderland on The secret to the perfect summer drink is the copper cup (Object of Desire)

Moscow mules are not only the most popular cocktail in America now for good reason but they are delicious! However, …

by JJ Resnick on The secret to the perfect summer drink is the copper cup (Object of Desire)

WE have had a "Methode Champinoise" version of the Moscow Mule simply called "The Mule" for a couple years now. …

by Chris Johnston on The secret to the perfect summer drink is the copper cup (Object of Desire)

It's funny that I've seen a couple of sources say that the copper mug "helps keep the mule super cold". …

by Rory Finneren on The secret to the perfect summer drink is the copper cup (Object of Desire)

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