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handy throughout December for all your holiday dinner needs. But you can also find some of our favorites on our Country Christmas
page, including Christmas Ham and Peach Cobbler. Happy cooking!
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My builder was asking yesterday what material do I want for my counter tops. He has seen some tiles made from granite that fit snuggly together without grout. Once sealed they would seem to be easy to maintain and keep clean. Plus he thinks they would be less expensive than whole granite counter pieces (like in my indoor kitchen).
The obvious concerns are heat tolerance and stain resistance (Carnivore and other such spills). :ohmy:
What is your collective experience and suggestions.
Another thought - I plan to have my eggs (Large and small) sitting open on a low shelf (like SNN686's), but with a back wall (Not cut out). The cabinetry will be cypress. Do I need to protect the sides of the counters from the heat (only open in the front)? Will have pavers and green feet under the bases.
Thanks for the eggspert opinions! :woohoo: