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Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen These items are nearly all in the collection of Nº 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today. However Box irons were filled with coals and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons.

from Apartment Therapy

Bring Back the Bar: Soap Flakes by Nathalie Stämpfli

This is so cool! A soap grater for the perfect amount of soap every time without getting the whole bar messy!!

from Swoon Worthy

Pretty Utility: Gorgeous Gold Utensils

Gold Kitchen Utensils from Mia Fleur -

from EverydayNeeds

Handmade Copper Grater

known in japan as "oroshigane" this traditional grater is used for ginger, garlic and small vegetables like radish. • everyday-needs


a few different funny elf on a shelf ideas... Pictured here: elf making a snowman in the freezer. just shred some ice cubes on a cheese grater! KEEVVVIINNN!!

from The Petite Cook

Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Homemade Pesto Pasta Kit - Easy to customize with your favorite pasta ( bronze-died, wholewheat, gluten-free) and pesto sauces (traditional, vegan, dairy-free), to make this awesome kit you’ll need: one small pot for the pesto, one large spaghetti jar, a festive red colander, a cheese grater, some utensils and high-quality extravirgin olive oil. A truly italian feast!

from Crate&Barrel

OXO ® Box Grater

OXO® Box Grater | Crate and Barrel Something like this I could really use. Calliflower, or cheese...I like the catch at the bottom. hopefully I could find one with different size holes...

Its your favorite Italian dumpling! Gnocchi varies in every region but this homemade pasta keeps the Italian traditional meals close to home. They are made from semolina wheat flour egg cheese and potato (or similar ingredients) and are famous for their lumpy cork-size shapes that are pressed with a fork or cheese grater to make ridges that hold the sauce. Have you ever tried to make it?