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Rachael Ray Moppine Towel

Started 1360371233.24 in Kitchen & Food Talk | Last reply 1360854795.97 by Baxjaxmom
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Are they ever going to bring back her Moppine towel that she uses on air? I hate that they use it, but are not offering it anymore. I can't find it online anywhere.{#emotions_dlg.glare}

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lynnsy1360373615.5331022 PostsRegistered 8/29/2010

I checked under the item number and YEP says no longer available. The item number K22218. I am ready to replace mine too. Guess I will have to wait longer. Hopefully she will bring them back soon. I looked high and low and struck out finding them online also.

birkin baby1360770014.934958 PostsRegistered 1/20/2011

they used to have at Wal-Mart long ago ....Don't know about now.

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Debbie14261360770583.6375361 PostsRegistered 9/12/2012

OMG I just checked ebay and they are selling for a ridiculous price. Maybe I should sell mine{#emotions_dlg.w00t}

BLH1360773180.891558 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009

I got mine at Walmart.

BooBoo21360774752.29793 PostsRegistered 4/20/2008

Do you have a Kohls around you? They sell her stuff there. I bought mine at the Q when she first offered them. Personally, I don't like them. I think the places where you put your hands in are awkward. They don't absorb like a towel. But everyone is different.

I would try Walmart or Kohls. Good Luck!

Baxjaxmom1360776217.7872508 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

I've never heard of such. What in the world is a "moppine" towel? What does "moppine" mean? I'm not sure I even know how to properly pronounce that word.{#emotions_dlg.blush}

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chickenbutt1360777178.1124331 PostsRegistered 1/16/2006chickentown
On 2/13/2013 Baxjaxmom said:

I've never heard of such. What in the world is a "moppine" towel? What does "moppine" mean? I'm not sure I even know how to properly pronounce that word.{#emotions_dlg.blush}

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It's kind of in the same category as her over-priced 'garbage bowl'. It's a towel with things on each end where you can insert your hands to pick up a pot without getting burned.

Of course, one could also buy a couple of potholders that you put your hands in (I love those!) or just a towel. RR is really good at selling stuff like that. :)

Bippity boppity BOOYAH!

ciao_bella1360787444.077259 PostsRegistered 7/2/2007

Growing up in the 50s & 60s in an Italian family, my mother always referred to the regular dish towel as a "moppine". I had never seen this moppine style before, so I'm thinking it was just "her" version of the dish towel. I've not used her moppine, so can't attest either way about it.

Baxjaxmom1360854795.952508 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
On 2/13/2013 chickenbutt said:
On 2/13/2013 Baxjaxmom said:

I've never heard of such. What in the world is a "moppine" towel? What does "moppine" mean? I'm not sure I even know how to properly pronounce that word.{#emotions_dlg.blush}

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It's kind of in the same category as her over-priced 'garbage bowl'. It's a towel with things on each end where you can insert your hands to pick up a pot without getting burned.

Of course, one could also buy a couple of potholders that you put your hands in (I love those!) or just a towel. RR is really good at selling stuff like that. :)

Thank you for the explanation and clarification. Seeing this post was the first time I've ever seen that word/term! Once again, I learned something today from this board!!!! Smile

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