15 Kitchen Items That Even Best Chefs Don’t Know What to Use For

    15 Kitchen Items That Even Best Chefs Don’t Know What to Use For

    15 Kitchen Items That Even Best Chefs Don’t Know What to Use For
    Greg
    5:24 PM EST, January 26, 2022

    Working out what all the things shown below were actually designed for is a massive challenge. Even if kitchen is your natural habitat. Are you ready to take the test?

    See a bunch of some really weird kitchen utensils

    #1 'An old iron item, found in the pile of old kitchen stuff. What is this?'

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    sggkloosemo/reddit

    The answer: This is a nutcracker. You use the V-shaped piece to crack hazelnuts or walnuts and then use the tweezers to take out the seeds.

    #2 'What's wrong with the sink?'

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    gkr974/reddit

    The answer: nothing. This is the piece you cut out of the top when you fix it to the sink. You can keep it if you think it might come in handy.

    #3 'What is this for?'

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    drunkensconnie/reddit

    The answer: this are turkey plates. The cut bits hold the skin which keeps the plate steady.

    #4 'Found in the silverware collection belonging to a 90-year-old man'

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    Drew00013/reddit

    The answer: It hooks onto the edge of a serving bowl and a smaller bowl goes into the top for dip

    #5 'That's what I found in my grandmother's silver cutlery drawer - what is it?.'

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    Woozletania/reddit

    The answer: it looks like an old-fashioned cheese scoop

    #6 „Something found in the kitchen, These two things can go apart.'

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    meganpv/reddit

    The answer: it's an ice crusher.

    #7 'What is this small solid plastic tool?'

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    colotara/reddit

    The answer: It's a tool to sculpt pumpkins. This little cavity is for a kid's thumb.'

    #8 'This weird item was found in our Airbnb kitchen. What is it for?'

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    elongatedmuskrat18/reddit

    The answer: It's a removable frying pan handle by Tefal. It is a piece from the ovenware series.

    #9 'What is this beautiful yet weird object for?

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    tipstripes/reddit

    The answer: It's for grilling food on a barbecue or a bonfire. The food goes inside and you can easily turn it around.

    #10 'They look like some hooks. We don’t know what they are for.'

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    Timbearly/reddit

    The answer: These are bread oven accessories that you use to pull the baking tray out when it's too hot.

    #11 ' A wobbly little spoon with a hole. What's that?

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    Nymeria_Waters/reddit

    The answer: it's a melon ball

    #12 What is this? It came along with my kitchen set.'

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    HipstaBarista/reddit

    The answer: this tool is for removing fish scales.

    #13 'And what is this?'

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    brillweb101/reddit

    The answer: it's a hammer socket

    #14 'An old (over 100 years) metal rod. It used to be kept in the kitchen drawers..'

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    BlueRacer90/reddit

    The answer: it's nothing but a pestle.

    #15 'A cage of metal bars – what is it for?

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    atomicbombsbitch/reddit

    The answer: it's a cage to cook the filling

    Which item was the hardest to figure out?
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