Well, it seems I’ve stumped most of you today, but I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing what homemakers in the past used in their kitchens.
stejoc1968 did an amazing job knowing what these tools are used for. Steph, you got 6 out of 7 correct! You’re my winner!!! Watch for my Facebook message, okay?
Here we go – the answers to the vintage kitchen tools!
These are still available today and are very helpful in draining water from pasta or grease from browned hamburger. Whatever needs straining!
Baking mold for Cookies, specifically Pizzelles.
French Fry Cutter
I thought for sure no one would guess this one, but Steph knew it. Good job, Steph!
This was a strange one for me, but you scoop out the cookie dough, squeeze the lever, and the dough drops onto the cookie sheet.
Used for delicate cakes like Angel Food cakes. Who knew?
Snow cone, anyone?
Used to chop vegetables like cabbage for slaw. Just put the vegetables into a bowl and chop away!
(I actually have one similar to this from Pampered Chef, Steph.)
This is a classic found in many kitchens mid-century. I remember my grandmother had one, and in my youngest years, so did my mother!
Do you know what it is?
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