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The Grillicious Shopping Guide

Yes we are at the end of the year, and the new year is coming. New year means new in everything. New life, new resolutions, new career and probably new kitchen stuff (I didn't suggest for new wife or husband hehehehe). Yes I really mean it when I say new kitchen stuff. Have you check your kitchen before? Have you find any broken microwave, old fashioned refrigerator or may be some dishwasher from The Flinstones era? If you're kitchen full with those stupid stuff, I think it's time for you to throw those things away from your cooking castle. 2009 is the time for new microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and of course new grill!

The next question is, where do I find those thing? The question is nowhere! Yes ,You wouldn't find those modern kitchen stuff anywhere. Why? Because you have to buy it by yourself hehehe. Where do I buy those things? I choose to buy online. I think it's easier for busy person like me. Just click, click and click, it will be delivered to you soon. One of my favourite shopping site is shopwiki. This site is easy to navigate, and the most important is it has a buying guide for every stuff. For example, if you want to buy new refrigerator online, this site would provide complete refrigerator buying guide. Starts from size, style, noise and location and some other features. This buying guide is very helpful for us to chose the right refrigerator to our needs.


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