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Where have you found juicy, tasty pit beef that is thinly sliced and not dry? Good bread is a plus, too, as is really fresh horseradish! (Route#40 east, seems to have many places.)
Have to pit a bunch of cherries, but don't own a cherry pitter? CHOW.com's Roxanne Webber shows you how to use a common household item to do the trick. For more info on alternate ways to pit a cherry, see these Chowhound discussions.
This technique for pitting plums from Spring Warren, author of The Quarter-Acre Farm, will come in handy when you need plums for pies, chutneys, tarts, or just eating!
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