- n. Plural form of canner.
“Within these categories, Mr. Botha finds complex striations: For example, among the survivalists-collectors who make their living from trash-one must never confuse the "canners," who take aluminum to redemption centers, with the "black-baggers," who take whatever they can get.”
“And of course, you retro span canners will be screaming for the taxpayer to keep his mouth shut and checkbook open in order to litter space and the Moon with all that disposable hardware.”
“You spam canners can hardly wait for a return to the 60's”
“Once the spam canners have thier way, talk will be "Back when we had the shuttle, we could have.”
“She has been gone for years but I think of her every summer when I head to the pantry to find the canners (one is hers, blue and white speckled enamel and the other a more recent version, a much used aluminum from the old ten cent store in Kirkland, when we had a ten cent store) rings and all of the other canning things.”
“Honestly, Mom did a vast majority of said planning, including owning a kitchen with enough counter space for us to work as un-ergodynamically as beginning canners, I suppose, must.”
“This is the company I keep: long-limbed, tree-climbing ankle-biters, sugary sons and dangerous daughters of the fruit canners.”
“Also, my friend Sherri Vinton has a fantastic new book on the subject of food preservation: I highly recommend "Put'em Up!" for experienced or novice canners alike.”
“This allows home bakers and canners to sell their wares to the public without special licenses and inspections”
“How come the turn around time is so short to get these canners installed?”
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