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Salad master cones

Posted by mommyandme2 TX 9 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 4, 12 at 8:31

For the younger people here: salad master is a hand-cranked food processor that came out in the post WW2 era. It uses a series of stainless cones to chop, slice, etc. I spotted these cones at a GW store.
Salad Master stainless steel cones

This is what I did with them !

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RE: Salad master cones

I'll be darned . There really IS a use for everything !!
Did you think of that as soon as you saw them - or did you buy first ,think later ? It kinda has that "industrial chic" look to it. I really like them !

RE: Salad master cones

That is a really neat idea. I like it. Thank you for sharing.


RE: Salad master cones

My first thought was, "be careful not to cut yourself on those things", then I saw that you planted them with cacti! I don't think anyone will mess with those... Very cute.

RE: Salad master cones

Great idea, M&M! Yes, with the cacti they do look quite modern & won't overgrow the pots either! TFS! Jeanne S.

RE: Salad master cones

I loveit!

RE: Salad master cones

When I saw them, I knew exactly what they were & exactly what I was going to do with them. They are the perfect size for my little cactus.

RE: Salad master cones

Like the cactus idea!
I have also seen those used for tops
for danglers/windchimes.

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