Nope, there are no blades on this thing. The central metal "basket" is not made for cutting anything, it looks more like it was made for holding something .... but what?red-e-made wrote:It's basically a tool that slices fruit into multiple slices at once.
Yeah, I thought of strudels .... but these have to be really small strudels then, about the size of a cigarette box. That's about the size of that metal basket in the center of the object.red-e-made wrote: Strudels? I don't know. I'm stumped.
Possible, I've seen stuff like that in Western Switzerland (French speaking area) and in France proper. I can imagine that it's used for something like that.linuxviolin wrote:des petites pÃ¢tisseries frites, des petits beignets
red-e-made wrote:porcorosso wrote:Sorry. It's funny to Americans who don't know what "zach" means. It's from an old Dick van Dyke show.
I'll shut up now.
Either you watch a lot of Nick At Nite, or you're as old as my dad.
best guess would be a fryer holder
or to hold something while it's boiling....
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