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  • Barbara Siglin

    Vintage Tools - Dance of the potato mashers...

  • Fay Kobland

    1950's Potato Mashing Tools(I still use my mothers) I still use my grandmother's potato masher!

  • Dianne Conley

    Potato mashers ... love the different configurations. These made such delicious mashed potatoes - SO much better than those that come in a box!

  • Renate Wolfe

    vintage kitchen tools - I pick up vintage cooking utensils whenever I can. I love the feeling that another cook before me used one to cook good things for her family, and old kitchen utensils are so much more durable than new ones you can find at discount stores, like Target or Walmart. RW

  • Anne Pagliaro

    vintage kitchen tools these made the best mashed potatoes 40's

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