Re: [israel-food] Re: food processor recommendations
- Where is Ezra? Thanks.
Jerusalem sales, parts and service: Sherut Kol
Rechov ha'Geedem / AKA Trumpeldor (corner Betzalel)
This may be OT but along with the store on haGedem you can also often get
parts on Ezra. It is a small store right near the corner. One year Erev
Pesach when I needed a new part i was told by almost everyone that it was
only available on HaGedem and they said it was out of stock. I had tried a
lot of places and only stopped in the Ezra store since it was on my way to
the bus. I didn't expect them to have it but was happily surprised when they
- Got a simple Kenwood model here 15 years ago that's been chugging along happily, like new (bli ayin hara poo poo poo). I think I use it about twice a month.linguistic note to Geoff: I believe that the verb "couper" in French means "to cut" -- so that it means something more like RoboChop. To clean is "nettoyer".
- On Tue, Jan 01, 2008 at 09:17:58AM +0200, Channah Koppel wrote:
> linguistic note to Geoff: I believe that the verb "couper" in French meansMaybe, I don't speak French, but the company was called RoboCoup back
> "to cut" -- so that it means something more like RoboChop. To clean is
when they made only vacuum cleaners.
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- If you are heading downhill away from Kikar Shabbos towards Shmuel HaNavi it is one of the cross streets on the left (on the right might be Bucharim, but I am not sure). Hacker's Yashir is on that block and there is a print shop on the corner.Ruth, you might want to find out if your friend tried to find her replacement part there since I have definitely gotten things there that I was told were unavailable other places.