lazy susan


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lazy susan

A circular, revolving shelf; sometimes used in corner kitchen cabinets.
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On the azimuth axis, he affixed a 15-inch-diameter circle of Ebony Star laminate between the ground board and the lazy Susan bearing, with only the outer inch of the laminate exposed.
Peter Mai, inventor of the Korner King Lazy Susan, will share how building more than 500 custom kitchens led to the development of his invention.
I can visualize a smart Lazy Susan that monitors what dishes are most popular.
By placing the laptop on a Lazy Susan we could turn it to focus on the person asking the question or responding to an inquiry.
Keep everything in plain view by storing overflow condiments on a lazy Susan on one of your fridge shelves.
The lazy Susan design of the machine, which helped with aiming, earned the team the Quality Award.
The eating is good, fresh and eight-course banquets with a large group and a Lazy Susan in the middle are magnificent fun.
We were the only table with a Lazy Susan in the middle, but Susan soon swung into action once the mains arrived, heralded by the arrival of chips.
Give your delicacies a rustic spin on a 12" ($39) or 23" ($99) lazy Susan cut from the bottom of an oak wine barrel.
Now, there have been Lazy Susan rotating racks for safes for many years, but they inevitably waste a lot of space inside a rectangular safe.
420Stone-Heated BuffetNostalgia Products Group"s stainless steel 3-in-1 Lazy Susan Buffet Server is a food warmer that works even when unplugged -- and can also cook food, in addition to merely serving it.