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Message 1355656 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 13:36:11 UTC

Thanks mate :-)

Is there a hole down the length of it?

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Message 1355658 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 13:39:15 UTC - in response to Message 1355656.

Thanks mate :-)

Is there a hole down the length of it?

The inside is hollow but there is no opening at the left hand end.

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Message 1355701 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 15:05:48 UTC

Does it contain a corkscrew?

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Message 1355725 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 15:55:56 UTC

If so the cross piece is missing!

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Message 1355787 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 17:46:45 UTC - in response to Message 1355725.

The cross piece is the sheath covering the screw.
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Message 1355832 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 19:29:30 UTC

Sort of like this?


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Message 1355858 - Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 21:24:46 UTC

There that was a nice and easy win for Angela.

Here are other views.



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Message 1355984 - Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 5:36:36 UTC - in response to Message 1355858.

There that was a nice and easy win for Angela.

Here are other views.



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You know? I think I had one like that years ago but mine was plastic.

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Message 1356291 - Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 19:33:00 UTC

One always opens the red wine before bringing it to the table, which these days probably means in the kitchen....
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Message 1356297 - Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 19:41:37 UTC

One always opens red wine before serving at table because it it allows the wine to breathe, and slowly come in contact with the air, aerating the wine and making its complex aromas and flavors come to life. Red wine should be served at 62˚F (17˚ C) i.e. nominal room temperature. For even better results the wine should be previously decanted.




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Message 1356412 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 0:33:07 UTC

Thank you for the win. I have something in mind which I will try and find to photograph tonight.

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Message 1356454 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 4:25:19 UTC

Unlike WinterKnight, who hoped for a quick picture turn around, I happen to take a perverse delight in attempting to stump you all!!!



Clearly this is a serving utensil, but for what?

Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

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Message 1356477 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 6:55:13 UTC

Waffles?
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Message 1356481 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 6:59:18 UTC

Hmm, now is it for a hot or cold food?

Let's go cold and see where we get to - Ice cream slice server
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Message 1356535 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 10:49:39 UTC

It's a cake slice server?

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Message 1356557 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 12:31:23 UTC

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Message 1356568 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 14:24:14 UTC

petit fours
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Message 1356576 - Posted: 13 Apr 2013, 15:42:09 UTC
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Although, I suppose one COULD use this utensil for serving most anything, it's specific design is:

not for serving waffles,

not for serving ice cream slices,

not for serving cake slices,

not for serving toast,

and not for serving petit fours. (Insert gloating smile here!)

This tool is a fussy little thing and in my defense, I did not purchase it myself. It was a gift from an elderly auntie who is a little more formal than your average bear.

I only use this tool if we have company and I have plattered the food it is designed to serve. For everyday occasions, when it is just me, Ol' Pookers and our spoiled cats (some of whom, over the years, have surprisingly been quite fond of the food in question), I just use a simple set of kitchen tongs to plop the intended food onto all of our plates.

I know, I know... I'm such a barbarian!!!

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