Oh, wait. There are bread crumbs in the hamburger meat. Also, eww. Reminds me of the ramen pizza that was going around.
Kitchen prep work requires some elbow grease; chopping, slicing, mixing and cutting can be hard work. Ah, but the work is worth it when a delicious meal is the result. Still, sometimes cooking can seem like a marathon. One that requires endurance. Such as the Endurance Vintage Nutgrinder. The 1.25-cup glass jar has a stainless… Continue reading Endurance Vintage Nutgrinder
Check out this vintage combination appliance found on eBay. Combining a skillet and a toaster oven, the Glorette is an all-in-one countertop appliance solution for the discerning cooks of the 1920s and ’30s. Described as “working and fully functional,” the Rare Glorette Jade Green Porcelain Tabletop Stove Skillet Oven / Toaster Oven is a current… Continue reading Retrosink: Glorette Toaster Oven Skillet
It’s not available anymore, but check out this 1970’s Salton Peanut Butter Maker that was up for sale on Amazon. Dig that orange and yellow palette! I can almost taste the 70s on my palate. They probably used to make so many of these things that they had to ship them on a pallet. Wouldn’t… Continue reading Retrosink: 1970’s Salton Peanut Butter Maker
Every cook loves pig. Every eater loves pig. As Homer Simpson learns, it is “some wonderful, magical animal!â€ (Check out more bacon-related Homer quotes). Above find an old-timey map from 1884’s sole manufacturer of Hill’s hog ringers, H.W. Hill & Co. Decatur Illinois. And if you are looking for the subject matter, you can pick… Continue reading Retrosink: Nicknames Of The States Map
The Hootch-Owl Corkscrew, that’s who! It has all the important elements one might want to find in a corkscrew that looks like an owl: * made from vintage-styled metal * double lever style corkscrew * modeled after a 1930s era corkscrew * marked with the words Hootch-Owl …and of course, the fact that it opens… Continue reading Who Wants Some Wine?