25 Vintage Kitchen Tools Grandma Always Used

25 Vintage Kitchen Tools Grandma Always Used

summary 25 Vintage Kitchen Tools Grandma Always Used

These classical cooking and preparing devices shine a different light on the expression "simply like Grandma used to make."

Cookie Press

Cookie Press

Perfect for drawing out beautiful treats in the '50s.

Cake Breaker

Cake Breaker

Do not fear this terrifying looking antique kitchen instrument. It's really implied for cutting fragile cakes like Angel food.

Flour

Flour, Sugar, and Tea Canisters

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its legitimate place.

Breadbox

Breadbox

Decorative breadboxes were extremely popular in Grandma's day.

Butter Molds

Butter Molds

Because it was critical that spread be delightful, these molds came in a wide range of designs.

Strainer Sieve With Stand and Pedestal

Strainer Sieve With Stand and Pedestal

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam or salsa.

Condiment Serving Tray

Condiment Serving Tray

It was about introduction in the great ol' days. A valid example: This cute condiment serving plate from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

Iron Trivets

Iron Trivets

Whether cast press or created iron.

Egg Poacher Pan

Egg Poacher Pan

If Grandpa enjoyed his eggs poached, Grandma definitely had one of these pretty pans.

Food Mill

Food Mill

The out-dated approach to make everything from child nourishment and fruit purée to pureed potatoes and pureed soups.

French Butter Dish

French Butter Dish

The shrewd design took into account cool water to fill the zone on the saucer around the glass bowl—viably keeping margarine chilled yet at the same time sufficiently delicate to spread.

French Fry Cutter

French Fry Cutter

Because even grandmas craved fries.

Nesting Pastry Cutters

Nesting Pastry Cutters

We're wagering these settling cutters bring back a few recollections of helping Grandma with baked good making.

Hand Mixers

Hand Mixers

In the prior days electric standing blenders, all the mixing was finished by hand, with little egg mixers like this one.

Ice Cream Sandwich Maker

Ice Cream Sandwich Maker

We're thoroughly down with bringing back this '70s Tupperware trend.

Ice Pet

Ice Pet

For shaving ice. Anybody nurture a snow cone?

Meat Tenderizer

Meat Tenderizer

Vintage meat hammers like this one look more like something from a blood and gore movie than the tenderizers we know today.

Aluminum Ice Trays

Aluminum Ice Trays

Before everything came in plastic, Grandma solidified water in one of these metal contraptions with levers for simple ice removal.

Nutmeg Grinder

Nutmeg Grinder

Much like a pencil sharpener, processors like this one from the '30s clasped onto the counter and could be turned to produce ground spices.

Pot Strainer

Pot Strainer

These little devices sat on pots to make it simpler to deplete water.

Potato Mashers

Potato Mashers

You don't see these in most present day kitchens.

Vintage Pyrex Casserole Dish

Vintage Pyrex Casserole Dish

Every Grandma had no less than one of these. (Hell, despite everything we have an entire collection!)

Soda Syphon

Soda Syphon

Basically the SodaStream of the '60s.

Tomato Slicer

Tomato Slicer

This handheld utensil highlights 11 sharp metal edges—to helpfully cut tomatoes, of course.

Baking Mold

Baking Mold

Vintage heating molds like this looked a considerable measure like a waffle press—just for cookies.

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