3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Some things never change, but others do, such as can opener
The big question is whether you needed a key or a can opener
to start it
com/theliver poolecho They found the inside of the microwave that was used to heat up mushy peas and beans to be coated in grime, as well as the can opener
being covered in 'brown grime' and the top lid of the chest freezer in the potato preparation room to be covered in flour and 'not sufficiently cleaned or maintained.
Sunday at American Legion Hall at Eighth and C streets in Springfield; first 30 children who attend (preferably from families who have a loved one deployed) will receive a free Military Buddy Doll; bring canned food items that don't require a can opener
to be donated to homeless; light refreshments available, donated refreshments accepted; 541-232-8689.
The economist scratches his chin and begins, "First, assume a can opener
While I set the table, Grandma holds the can opener
like a magic wand and points to the cupboards.
Kreuger Beer was the brewer, and the can was a steel flat or punch top can that required a can opener
This feature significantly improves finger access under the tab, making it even easier for all consumers, including seniors, children and the physically impaired, to open canned food products without using a can opener
However, it would have been even better if the cans came with a ringpull, as the benefits of not having to drain the product is slightly outweighed by the fact that you need to open with an old-fashioned can opener
This might seem pricy for a nonelectric can opener
but it's great.
But if you're reaching for a can opener
anyway, canned salmon has virtually none of tuna's mercury.
In 1964, Reynolds introduced one-way aluminum cans as a convenient alternative to returnable glass bottles and to steel cans, which still required a can opener