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Looking For Local Source for Thai Tao Grill and Mortar and Pestle

Giselle1 | Jun 2, 201505:10 PM     4

Hi, this is my first post. I live in the LA area and I'd like to find a local shop that sells a clay Thai Tao grill and a large granite mortar and pestle like the ones sold online from Import Foods. I prefer to buy them locally. I'd like the mortar to be deep about 8 inches in diameter and hold at least 2.5 - 3 cups, and the pestle to be long and not stubby like the ones you see sometimes with a molcajete. For the record I don't care for the ones being sold at Costco. I've been to several 99 Ranch markets, and to ABC and Ho Bin Markets in Westminister and haven't seen them.

Thanks for any and all help.

http://importfood.com/dao_cooker.html

http://importfood.com/mortarpestle.html

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