I also have a marble rolling pin, but it's in Buffalo right now. I've always wanted one - my Dad bought me one!!! LOL
The French Fry cutter I bought on the New York side of the bridge that goes into Vermont about.... 15 1/2 years ago (was pregnant with Michael at the time)..... that thing was OLD then. I gave 2 bucks for it.
I have more gadgets - I'll get pics, and tell Mrs. Spuds that she's welcome to come to Louisiana and try out any of them she likes! LOL
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I can not do pictures. Since I have been on my own if I wanted a gadget or cooking things if I thought price okay I bought.
Rolling pins regular wood one my sister gave me used as I had none. The plastic you fill 4 for cookies noodle or such plastic for basket weave Just got big wood one that wts 4 pouns roller part 17 inchews. There is another plain stick one in the pasta making stuff.
Got all kinds of pasta making stuff from the machine that mixes and puts it all kinds to hand crank roller/cutters, ravoili to samosa to torlini , pasta /tart makers all sizes.
Cookie irons to make prizelle, Belgian, Krumkcake, both to use on stove and electric and thousands of cookie cutters, Cookie stamps, Tubes, cookies presses and cakes decorateres. Lot of bake pans for cookies and tart and stuff. Rossettes and bunelos de molde, (That was hard to get)
Mixers, grinders, seeders, shellers, Grisser, crepe makers, tortilla press, Apple peelers corn cutter, cabbage cutters, french fry cutter (metal) and veggie matic for dices and slices. meat slicer, bottle corker , Garnish tools.
Candy molds for hard candy and chocolets, Themometers, Bread baking stone and pizza stone. Cast iron cookie and bake pans. Hand bread mixer. KNives, dippers laddles and all that stuff. Salad spinners, knife sharpener (electric) Egg slicer, Bag sealer, Bread slicing guide to set teh loaf in to slice,
I suppose I blew a quarter on kitchen stuff when we moved over here to western slope. Am still useing the stuff I got in 63. Just good stuff and cheap. The tin measureing cups I suppose are antique or collectable now. I never had had any stuff really to cook with. Mom had never had much and I was getting along with little. Now I buy it if I want it. If not too costly. Thrift shops you find all kinds of stuff.
Post by judithheath on Feb 25, 2008 5:02:12 GMT -8
I don't have a sifter, but my Mom had the older kinds. When I think perhaps I should sift flour, I have fluffed it with my mixer beater, it is thin wires just like a whisk, and it seems to do the trick.
Now, the gravy separator is really cool! Would come in handy for most of my stews or soups to remove any extra grease. Blotting with a paper towel is getting kind of old. Sucking up the grease with a bulb baster doesn't work very well. Don't have a bulb baster either, as the last one melted when I forgot it in the pan.
Is the one pictured availabe in stores, or would there be some kind of a new style these days? Would hate to embarrass myself when I venture into a kitchen store. Something I haven't done in over 15 years.
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