kitchen utensil


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Noun1.kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing foodkitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food  
cheese cutter - a kitchen utensil (board or handle) with a wire for cutting cheese
cookie cutter - a kitchen utensil used to cut a sheet of cookie dough into desired shapes before baking
cooking utensil, cookware - a kitchen utensil made of material that does not melt easily; used for cooking
grater - utensil with sharp perforations for shredding foods (as vegetables or cheese)
kitchenware - hardware utensils for use in a kitchen
masher - a kitchen utensil used for mashing (e.g. potatoes)
mincer, mincing machine - a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces
mixer - a kitchen utensil that is used for mixing foods
ricer - a kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extruding them through small holes
rolling pin - utensil consisting of a cylinder (usually of wood) with a handle at each end; used to roll out dough
seeder - a kitchen utensil that removes seeds from fruit
squeezer - a kitchen utensil for squeezing juice from fruit
tea ball - a kitchen utensil consisting of a perforated metal ball for making tea
utensil - an implement for practical use (especially in a household)
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The delicate little skeletons were lying in broken vaults and had their household gods and kitchen utensils with them.
Surprised, he upturned an ear toward the McCaskey apartment, where the crash of irons and chinaware and the ring of hurled kitchen utensils seemed as loud as before.
It being Sunday, the four were free from work, and they had come early, to work harder than on any week day, washing walls and windows, scrubbing floors, laying carpets and linoleum, hanging curtains, setting up the stove, putting the kitchen utensils and dishes away, and placing the furniture.
He recognized numerous articles from the cruiser --a camp oven, some kitchen utensils, a rifle and many rounds of ammunition, canned foods, blankets, two chairs and a cot--and several books and periodicals, mostly American.
My cargo, as near as I can recollect, for I have not kept account of the particulars, consisted of a sufficient quantity of linen, and some English thin stuffs, for clothing the Spaniards that I expected to find there; and enough of them, as by my calculation might comfortably supply them for seven years; if I remember right, the materials I carried for clothing them, with gloves, hats, shoes, stockings, and all such things as they could want for wearing, amounted to about two hundred pounds, including some beds, bedding, and household stuff, particularly kitchen utensils, with pots, kettles, pewter, brass, &c.
I soaked the pads/adhesive with soapy water and the next day I wedged a flat wooden kitchen utensil under the stand and bumped it until it came loose.
Study conditions allowed for only a small number of convenience samples from each type of food or kitchen utensil, which is sufficient for descriptive purposes, but limited for giving precise estimates.
With an activation area strategically placed on the underside of the spout, use is precise and natural; one can simply wave their hand, cup, pan or kitchen utensil through the activation area to start or halt water flow.
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JAMIE Oliver's cookery series has been criticised by the broadcasting watchdog for plugging a product in the TV chef's own kitchen utensil range.
has developed a silicone-coated kitchen utensil prototype using Amodel polyphthalamide (PPA) high-performance polymer from Solvay Advanced Polymers, L.