Old French Kitchen Utensil.. what is it? Its use?
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There is a chance you could have used the same utensil twice at a restaurant at different times
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Is anyone else experiencing an influx of missing forks or other utensils?

This may not be a glitch but I figure I'd bring it up. So for some context- about a week ago my girlfriend asked me if I had been taking our forks to work in my lunch and not bringing them back,Because we were missing so many. Today I saw this question on a paranormal page and a ton of people were responding. So apparently we're not the only one. And I wanted to see if anyone had the same experience?

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Le abnormally large utensil has arrived
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Liftware Level, a new device designed to help people with limited hand and arm mobility hold a utensil at the angle needed to enjoy any meal.
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In Toy Story 4, Bonnie names her toy β€œForky”, even though he is clearly a spork. This shows that she is not very intelligent, later demonstrated when she cares more for a fucking utensil than a badass cowboy voiced by Tom Hanks. Andy trusted her! And this bitch treated my childhood hero like shit.
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Liftware Level, a new device designed to help people with limited hand and arm mobility hold a utensil at the angle needed to enjoy any meal.
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India's farmers told to scare locusts away by beating drums, using loudspeakers. Farmers are being asked to make as much of a racket as possible, using drums, tin containers, utensils and even hiring mobile disc jockeys, in an attempt to scare away locust swarms that are attacking India. straitstimes.com/asia/sou…
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What's up with this jar of water that chefs seem to use to store dirty utensils while cooking?

Iv been watching some videos with Thomas Keller where while he's cooking he has this big jar of water on the counter that he regularly pulls spoons & stuff out of to taste things and then throws back in. Iv seen other cooks do this with other utensils as well like whisks or spatulas. It seems like its filled with water.

I don't understand how this works, it seems like the water would get disgusting in seconds and could never be sanitary

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rope utensils, do absolutely nothing, +20 frustration
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Fievel doesn’t like the sound of washing up utensils v.redd.it/v6lo6pj4hu451
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Finally found a way to organize my extra utensils
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Ever notice how when you ask for more LGBT representation the straights act like you broke into their house and licked every utensil in their cutlery drawer? reddit.com/r/TheLastAirbe…
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The best utensil to eat rice with is a spoon.

Growing up in the middle east, anytime we ate rice we used a spoon. I live in the US now and can't help but notice how everyone eats rice with a fork. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. I'll sit there while others are struggling to eat their chipotle bowl because everything keeps falling off their forks. Meanwhile my wonderful concave spoon makes it easy to pick stuff up and nothing ever falls through. Not really sure why it's unpopular around here but it is what it is.

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"oh are these your eating utensils? I'll hold them in my toes for you" breakfast etiquette Draczilla style
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Finally found a way to organize my extra utensils
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Insists on having that utensil-sharing buffet because it’s β€œour special day.”
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WhAt kInD of utEnSil do yOu usE wiTh SoUP?
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Moved into a new apartment, ordered Chinese delivery at 11pm. They didn’t pack utensils, and I realized I don’t have silverware yet. So I ate my general tso’s with a razor guard.
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Found this gem in the middle of nowhere, Vancouver Island, Canada. Someone built it for others to use, stocked with soup, utensils, blankets, a mattress and writing all over the walls from previous visitors!
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This came in a box of kitchen utensils
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Keeping hands and cooking utensils clean while cooking

I've been meaning to ask this question for awhile now,

how do professional chefs keep their hands oil free, or just clean in general, or do they?

For example, when seasoning fish, I'd have to take them out and give them a rinse, pad dry, and before reaching out for the salt grinder, my hands that have come in contact with the fish needs to be washed with soap first, and then dry them out. I then reach out for the salt grinder, rub them in, and then wash my hands again, with soap, before doing other things.

I noticed in cooking videos, like the ones Masterclass, I hardly see them washing hands. Maybe, wiping on kitchen towels? I often see them reach out for the salt with hands too, without the grinder. How does that work, wouldn't oily or wet hands get in the way?

I find myself washing hands (with soap) and drying it many times in between prep steps, I sometimes wonder if it is excessive. I'd hate to handle my pan handles with oily hands.

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When the monk has proficiency with cook's utensils v.redd.it/qrhp3v368a151
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Writing Utensil Alignment Chart for Physics HW
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My growing collection of my favorite writing utensils :)
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My kiwifruits came with a utensil (spife maybe?) for people who dont eat the skin
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Can a metal utensil get perpetually infected with mold?? This is a day after going through the dishwasher!?
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At least you can use it to cook without cooking utensils, I guess.
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[Casual] What utensil do you use to eat Mac n’ Cheese with? (Anyone who eats mac n’ cheese)

https://forms.gle/XYQpRwjJs2SgP9RaA

will take no more than 60 seconds. optional bonus question included :)

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Another cook, this one female. Ready to commit acts of violence against the people that she used cooking utensils to protect from tyranny
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If you don't eat meat for ethical reasons, there is no reason you need your food prepared on a separate cutting board; sharing kitchen utensils with the meat doesn't kill extra animals.

I have no problem with anybody's dietary choices (it just leaves more meat for the rest of us) but if you don't eat meat because you oppose the killing of animals, there is no reason you need to have your food prepared on a separate cutting board or with separate utensils. Using the same cutting board for meat and vegetarian food does not cause any more animals to be killed, nor does it cause any additional animal suffering. Requesting a special cutting board be used just makes you seem like being vegetarian is your sole personality trait and you just need to bring it up an every possible opportunity.

edit: I'm not suggesting the cutting board be unwashed between cutting meat and vegetables. Food safety is always paramount. I'm referring to vegetarians who demand a wholly different one, despite the fact that the one that has had meat on it is clean/sanitized.

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My stepdads grooming utensil cup. It’s cool.. huh huh
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I told my Kitchen Goods Santa I had moved out on my own, and they came through in a huge way. A slow cooker, a rice cooker, a saucepan set, utensil set, muffin pans and a measuring jug - I am just so blown away. Thank-you so much! imgur.com/cLAWQUb
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Can we just give some appreciation to JJ's fork. It has helped him consume food for years now, it is a credit to all of the utensils. We love you fork, thank you for everything you have done for JJ.
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If you had to choose a utensil to eat with for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
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Street food before disposable utensils/bowls/cups?

So this began with wondering about the victorian era but now I'm thinking more generally.

So, reading about street food history, it wasn't all finger food. Coffee was being sold before disposable cups, soup before display bowls, and any number of things that would need at least a knife.

My question: how? Were you expected to bring your own mug/spoon/bowl? If not, and the vendor provided this stuff- how did they make sure you didn't grab the cup and do a runner?

Disposability is horrible for the environment but seems to make street food a lot easier.

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Where would one go to purchase nice kitchen gear (pans, utensils, etc.)?

Hi all!

I'm trying to buy some nice things for an empty kitchen. Pots/pans, utensils, cutlery, other kitchen essentials. Looking for high quality brands and products (briscoes didn't fit the bill). Are there any dedicated kitchen gear shops in Wellington?

I'm from Canada and we have many of these types of "higher-end" kitchen shops. Is there anything like that in Wellington? Haven't had much luck on Google.

Thanks a bunch!

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What is this strange kitchen utensil?
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What is your most used kitchen tool/utensil that most people may not have or use often?

I have so many different doo-dads and accessories in my kitchen, but my most used is a tiny espresso spoon that I eat my yogurt with. I can scrape every bit of the yogurt out of the container and it helps me not scarf it down in 2 seconds.

I used to be the kid who ate my cereal out of mixing bowls with serving spoons, so I’ve come a long way.

Also I’m sure it’s common here but growing up I never had cooking chopsticks. Those things are absolutely essential for me now. Much easier to flip individual pieces that aren’t getting even heat than going at it with a spatula every time.

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My family tell me not to steal kitchen utensils

But it's a whisk I'm willing to take

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My dad adores cooking but never treats himself to good equiptment and utensils, I’d like to buy him some for fathers day

My dad absolutely loves cooking and its very proud of the nice equipment and utensils he’s received as gifts but never spends money on anything for himself. Most of our utensils and equipment is pretty old (15 years at least) apart from some expensive knives I bought him last year.

I’d like to buy him something nice and long-lasting for fathers day. I know he loves cooking fish and steak and also loves cooking large fried pastries which he can never flip and always burns himself because we dont have the right utensil for that.

I’m looking for either a set of utensils or one good item, preferably under Β£50. Thank you in advance!

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When you finally remember your lunch but forget your utensils imgur.com/hPBTKQh
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New drawer system complete in the Dakota! Kitchen drawer on left with spot for stove. Slide out cutting board drawer with utensil storage beneath the stove. Gear storage in right side drawer.
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I don’t have any normal sized drawers, so happy to find this narrow utensil organizer!
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Indians clapped, rung bells and banged utensils amidst a self imposed "Citizens Curfew" to apreciate the work and efforts of doctors and scientists involved in the fight against Coronavirus. economictimes.indiatimes.…
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What kitchen gadgets/utensils/cookware can you not have too many of?

For me it’s:

  • Baking sheets (half and quarter)
  • tongs
  • glass Pyrex containers
  • cambro 4/6/8 quart containers
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What is your favorite savory snack that can be eaten without any utensils?

The older I get, the more I want salt.

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[WP] You've been secretly staring at your crush in the cafeteria for days, and they have a habit of tapping their utensils on the food tray before eating. Just recently, you found out it's actually Morse code, one word a day, and you've missed half the story.
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What is this weird... Kitchen utensil?? Thing??
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For household and kitchen appliances and utensils - buy professional.

This is a post more about a buy it for life tip for others. I've found for the last several years that lots of things around the house have a certain build quality that often doesn't stand up to everyday normal use, at least not as long as you'd expect. From washing up gloves to pizza wheels, vacuum cleaners and stick blenders, the kitchen bin and lots in between you'd have to go a long way to beat suppliers of professional users. Catering, cleaning and safety supply companies are a goldmine. Yes the items are very much more utilitarian in appearance but I find that appealing in that no compromises have been made over function. They are very often cheaper too.

Two examples of things we own that are leagues ahead of consumer goods are washing up gloves and oven gloves. My wife uses gloves when she washes (I also wash up but don't use gloves), and typically she'd get through about 2 pairs a month of the Marigold (UK) brand gloves. I bought some fine dexterity heavy duty chemical gloves

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Cooking utensils for enamel

Hello! I just joined the fan club and purchased the 5.5 qt dutch oven and 3.5 qt braiser! Excited to whip up some fun recipes, but wondering what cooking utensils are best for preserving the interior. I previously have cooked with SS or nonstick pots and primarily use wooden or SS utensils. Should I purchase a set of silicone utensils or just stick with whatever wooden ones I already have? Can I use metal utensils without damaging the enamel?

TIA from this Le Creuset newbie!

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Utensils in the dish washer. Handle up or down?

I’ve always put utensils in the dishwasher with the handles facing up and my new roommate insists that the handles are supposed to face down. I’ve looked online, but there is no definitive answer.

My reasoning is that you grab utensils by the handle, so they should be facing up.

Would love some input.

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Spoons are superior eating utensils, not the fork and knife.

Your mileage may vary on this depending on your country and/or meals.

Even as someone not from the West, I was raised to learn how to eat with a fork and knife. Considering my major meals contained pasta, rice and soft sweet potatoes, it felt weird to always have to use a fork and a knife when a spoon would do the job effectively.

I mean have you guys SEEN spoons?

Perfect for soups, cereals, rice, ice cream, potatoes, fruits, vegetables, cake -

The spoon is the King of Utensils.

Yet go to a fancy enough restaurant or any formal event and shun the fork to use the Almighty spoon - and everyone looks at you like you're a degenerate who just stuck your tongue into the roast chicken while making hentai porn faces.

Yes, Jessica, I do know how to use a fork and knife, I wasn't raised in the mesozoic era.

I just prefer spoons.

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Not sure if this was a pot or a kitchen utensil crock, but either way, it was hideous. Made it slightly less hideous with a dry application of watercolor paints and a spray sealant.
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Put the labels on the utensils, boss!
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My love bird is not destructive. He likes to play with utensils, cups, anything I touch really. I must be lucky! v.redd.it/0bmbordgfi351
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I got caught stealing kitchen utensils

It was worth the whisk.

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I whittled an awkward utensil
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LPT: Buy your pots, pans, and cooking utensils from your local thrift store. Their home/decor sections are always brimming with kitchen wares in excellent shape. You'll save money and be making a more sustainable, environmentally conscious purchase.

The production and shipping of these types of items creates a massive carbon footprint, when perfectly good second-hand varieties are available for cheap right up the street.

We usually associate thrift stores with clothing, and sure - buying second hand clothing isn't for everyone. But there are very few stains on a used whisk or wok that a long soak in a hot, soapy sink can't resolve.

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We still doing tiny utensils?
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What started as a plank of scrap wood became the newest handmade kitchen utensil
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What is this thing we found cleaning through our old kitchen utensils?
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Vintage jar with a silver plate carrier, carrier has interesting utensil holder?
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DAE have issues eating with normal utensils?

I cannot eat comfortably unless I have a small fork or spoon. It doesn’t matter how big or small my portion is, I gotta use the small spoons!!!!!

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Eating things like hamburgers and pizza with utensils is so much better than with hands.

I just completely despise getting my hands greasy and oily. When it come to hamburgers it depends, how big they are, how soggy and fat they are and if I’m on a restaurant or not, but with pizza I use knife and fork almost every time I eat it. The fat and grease can’t simply be removed by paper tissues and it doesn’t matter how carefully you eat a pizza with hands, you are bound to get dirty because even the pizza bread leaves som kind of flour which is almost more irritating to get on your hands than pizza grease. When I eat alone I often eat on my computer desk which makes it almost impossible to touch anything after eating a pizza with hands, simply disgusting and really annoying, utensils works great.

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Should I bring reusable utensils or single-use utensils for my dorm room?
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Custom-made utensil organizer to perfectly fit drawer and silverware
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YSK: When ordering food for pick-up to eat at home, you can request that they don't include plastic utensils with the order.

Most restaurants are currently either closed or limiting service to only To-Go orders, so most people ordering food are eating at home. Using reusable utensils at home is a small way to reduce plastic waste if you are able to do so.

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When washing dishes do you also refuse to wash utensils (spoons, forks, etc.) or dread doing them?
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What is the proper way to eat a plate of spaghetti if you have no utensils?
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The Pandemic Is Bringing Back Single-Use Plastics in a Huge Way: States are rolling back their plastic bag bans and restaurants are turning to single-use utensils to reopen in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. vice.com/en_us/article/n7…
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Why is caviar almost always served with some sort of mother of pearl utensil/serveware?
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Found this unknown kitchen utensil next to a cheese grater but i dont really know what its used for and ive never remembered someone using this at our house (hence, all the dirt)
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Entitled mom doesn’t want to buy plastic utensils from the same store she steals from...
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My company normally makes uncompromisingly great cooking utensils. In light of recent events, we have shifted focus to creating silicone face masks and donating thousands of them to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Here's how you can help the cause!

My company, GIR, is donating reusable face masks to essential workers and healthcare facilities to help fight the spread of COVID-19 and ease the strain on PPE resources.

We’re making these out of silicone, they’re reusable and autoclavable, and you even can microwave or bake them for 20 minutes in the oven at 300Β°F (150Β°C) to sanitize them. Each mask donation arrives with five face mask filters that are 99.7% BFE so that they can be safely swapped out after use.

We were recently featured in this Nerdist article, where you can find out how to support the project and donate to essential workers + facilities in your local area.

I'm also sharing my great grandma's banana bread recipe as baking inspiration for everyone cooking at home more than usual. Hope it gives you some cheer!

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[OC] Is this knife and utensil rack that I built from scratch oddly satisying?
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This came in a bag of pots and kitchen utensils, any idea what this is? The green button slides the green bars out of the way.
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Using Steramine to wash utensils

When cooking, I like to use a bain maire with hot water to hold tasting spoons and other utensils. When I worked in a professional kitchen, we would do something similar, but we had containers of Steramine, a food safe disinfectant at our work stations. We would use it for everything, wiping cutting boards, cleaning tools, washing knives, etc. With Covid, I am thinking about picking some up and using it my bain marie, but reading the instructions, the Steramine says you need to let things air dry after using it.

If that is the case, we definitely using it incorrectly at the restaurant. We would cut something, then put our knives into the Steramine for a minute to wash off the gunk, then use the wet knife to cut something else. Is it unsafe to get the wet solution into food or let food touch still wet work surfaces?

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Tomorrow I’m going to the store to get tools to debride the dead skin around the warts. what tools should I buy? I have been recommended scalpels, a cubicle cutter, a pumice stone, a nail file, and I was wondering if you guys could recommend a utensil to buy especially for my BIG wart.
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BJP lawmaker makes fun of PM Narendra Modi's 'clap, bang utensils' appeal deccanherald.com/national…
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Dennis Prager boasts about eating with filthy utensils youtube.com/watch?v=dnSom…
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I’m surprised I haven’t seen any ikea hacks for Aeropress storage. Are there any besides the kitchen utensil holder?
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Buy once cry once. All Clad copper core set with 2 non-stick All Clad pans for the wife :) got the set along with the utensils and tea kettle on their factory seconds website. Absolutely in love!
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WIBTA if I hid my dishes and utensils from my housemates?

I'm a college student living in a house with 2 other tenants. We didn't know each other before this year. One of my roommates essentially keeps to himself but the other has been driving me up the walls recently. Civil roommate (CR) and I moved in about a week apart while our other housemate (i'll call him Greg) moved in a few months later. CR brought his own dishes and utensils with him when he moved in, as did I, while Greg brought nothing. Greg has been using my dishes and has the habit of leaving unwashed dishes in his room until there are nearly none left clean, then cleaning them and replacing them in secret (waiting until I go to sleep). I've seen piles of them in his room on occasion when I go to the bathroom. Recently, all of my dishes have started to disappear and I haven't been able to use the microwave as I only have two microwaveable bowls and I haven't known where they are for about a week. Tonight, he walked into the kitchen and whispered "of course" under his breath in a

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Kerala government has began to auction the lamps from temples and also other utensils from 1248 temples citing financial crisis. Source in comment.
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Which eating utensil is the best, and why?
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Found at an antique store it looks like a kitchen utensil but im not sure what it's used for. It have individual "domes" looks like its supposed to hold some sort of balls?
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AITA for getting mad at my girlfriend because she always inspects utensil before she uses it?

I’m using a throwaway because she knows my main. So basically, my girlfriend and I live together. Everyday when we’re about to have whatever meal or anything, she closely inspects each and every glass, plate, fork, knife, etc.

They way she inspects it is by firstly sliding it through her fingers (she washes her hands before doing so) to feel if there’s anything stuck on, and then she brings it up close to her face to look closer. It’s really irritating and I’ve asked her to just wash everything herself if she has such an issue with these stuff, but she ignores me.

Whenever we used to go to restaurants, although she would never put her hands all of the glass and utensils, she’d still look closely at them before using, and imo that’s just an embarrassing thing to do in public.

Last night, I tried to have a discussion with her about her behaviour, and she said that it’s just something she does and she can’t help it, because she feels gross if she doesn’t. I still don’t want her doin

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What kitchen utensil have you found another use for?
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AITA For wanting to use a single utensil for the cat food?

We just found a kitten, after a vet visit we decided to keep the little guy. Since he's so young we're feeding him wet kitten food. My GF uses the plates and forks we eat off of. A new one every time, three or four times a day. I know they get washed in the dishwasher because I'm the one usually doing it. I want either a single fork and plate used for the kitten or it's own feeding dish. But all I've gotten when suggesting it is a huff and "what does it matter, they get washed". It happened again and I got a door slammed for suggesting it again. I find it gross and don't understand what's wrong with it's own dish. I'll even clean it after each feeding.

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Kerala government has began to auction the lamps from temples and also other utensils from 1248 temples citing financial crisis. Source in comment.
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TIL In 1608, English writer Thomas Coryat wrote a book detailing his five months’ travel through Europe in which he described, among other things, use of the table fork as an eating utensil. He also introduced β€œumbrella” into English after noticing Italians shielding themselves from the sun. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tho…
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Well I don’t know about you, but the only cooking utensil I use is my ________
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Why are jars taller instead of wider so you can actually get into them with utensils?

jars are taller than utensils

thats stupid

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What is this kitchen gadget used for? Got it in a box of other random kitchen gadgets and utensils.
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I get a thrill from taking kitchen utensils

I'm a whisk taker

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These kitchen utensils at our cabin rental
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What is the best utensil and why?
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