Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Treasure Hunting

Last weekend I went to a big rummage sale with a friend- and scored big! As they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure! To my great delight, I stumbled upon a section of great old kitchen gadgets, all priced very low! Some of them I couldn't identify right off the bat, most of which my dear elderly friend helped me with. Here are my bargain finds, with the descriptions of what I think they are...please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong- or if the device has multiple uses!

1. Hand-held Juicer ($1)

2. Flour Sifter ($2)

3. Pie Crust Crimper (10 cents)

4. (front) Pampered Chef Cut-N-Seal- for sandwiches or hand pies? ($2 I think)

4. (back) Pampered Chef Cut-N-Seal

5. Good Season's Salad Dressing Bottle- has marks for oil, water and vinegar for easy measuring! ($2 I think)

6. Cool Large Glass Pitcher/Vase ($4?)

7. Fancy Pie Crust Cutout Thingy- I assure you, that's the scientific term! ($1?)

8. Awesome Picnic Basket! ($4?)

9. Egg slicer? Avocado Slicer? I need help with this one please! It has little teeth on the cutting blades that you can't see in the picture. ($1)


  1. Oh. mygoodness! You DID hit the jackpot! Especially on the Pampered Chef thing (having a Pampered Chef party tomorrow night, and I promise you, things will not be that low-priced). I love yard sales...but for some reason, they never want to sell me the yard, just the stuff in it. Oh well - I'd just have to mow it anyway! LOL

  2. I was thinking #9 was for cheese because I think my grandma had one... but egg sounds good too! And I love bargain hunting too! It's amazing the treasures you can find for almost nothing! :)


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