Just reading the various items in your drawers, and being the vintage collector that I am, me thinks that the christening cake forks and Sheffield fish knives and forks could have some value.
Is the pie funnel a blackbird Trisha? As those are collectable.
I have never heard of a cream horn mould ? only really seen those eaten on The Miss Marple mystery programmes.
I haven't a cherry stoner, melon baller or even a butter curl now, thrown the latter away in disgust years ago as could never get the knack to curl. People just got cubes of butter in the days of dinner parties.
Garlic chrushers ! I have an array of those and rely on a good old fashioned motion of smacking the back of a large knife to crush, then chop finely.
Sunny, yes it is a blackboard funnel. I seem to think that it was an anniversary gift some years ago. My mum worked in a cutlery factory, and we were given a harlequin set as a wedding gift. Matching coloured handles. E.g. blue, pink green red Tec. Definitely not dishwasher safe.
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Post by Lancashire Lass on Jan 25, 2021 13:23:46 GMT
Trisha, I’ve had a sort out and in my charity bag is a spaghetti measure, an egg separator, a metal fish which is supposed to remove food smells from the hands, a peeler, a fresh coffee measurer. So therapeutic getting rid of unnecessary and unused things. Thanks for posting the topic.
Pleased you saw them too Sunny, wasn’t it lovely that no one was eliminated, still not sure that I would make cannoli, the deep fat frying puts me off, apparently puff pastry cannolis can be made, that would be a lot easier for me 👍