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Reg Smeeton
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« Reply #30 on: Friday, January 12, 2018, 02:25:13 »

I thought maybe the cabinet was a trolley with doors, how does it get to your table then? Carried?
what Rob said. it's a walk to it job... it's stationary. you go and point!

and yeah we are mixing puddings with dessert. I was brought up on a council estate. everything was pudding. and lunch was dinner. and dinner was tea.

Differentiating between sweet/pudding and dessert is always a vexed subject.... but I'm reassured that not everything is lost to US style cabinets. Here's a seemingly reasonably traditional British company that still makes trolleys

https://www.euroservice-uk.com/

OK they're called Euroservice, but you'd like to think they'll have a future post Brexit. Aspirant bourgeoisie, only consider themselves to have arrived when they have a domestic trolley, so should play well in India, China etc
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« Reply #31 on: Friday, January 12, 2018, 12:08:37 »

Aspirant bourgeoisie, only consider themselves to have arrived when they have a domestic trolley
Who's going to break it to Reg that it's not 1972 any more? Do it gently, the shock could be quite unsettling
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« Reply #32 on: Saturday, January 13, 2018, 07:39:57 »

It kind of fits in here, but which should go with Christmas Pud

It's a family tradition of ours to have custard (warm), cream and ice cream.

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