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April 30, 2012


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Black Eyed Susans Kitchen

What great ideas you came up with for re-purposing the lazy Susan!!


Ever wonder how it got it's name?
I googled it and got all kinds of answers, not sure which one is true. I have several of the aluminum serving pieces from the fifty's. I have never seen the one you have. I love that one, so versatile. It would also be good beside your coffeepot holding all of the sugar, sweeteners, cream etc. That is good Susan found a
Susan. :0)


I think I have that same piece in my collection. I'd never be that creative in what to do with it. I may pull it out and give it a makeover. Thanks for some great ideas!

Kristy L.

My dear friend's name is Susan, so at their house, they call it the Lazy Dustin, named after her husband!! Maybe you should do the same!:)

Fun finds!!


Me thinks you had so much fun making those vignettes that you might need to keep her!


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El nombre de mi querido amigo es Susan, por lo que en su casa, lo llaman el Dustin perezoso, el nombre de su marido! Tal vez usted debería hacer lo mismo!


I have one like this and I LOVE using it! ( I'm pretty sure I have a picture of it on my blog, from a Christmas food post.) I really love the way you have shown it with the flowers in the tea kettle.


This has cleared up a mystery for me. I found the lazy Susan part but without the dish insert. These are all intriguing ideas -- thanks!

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