"No, it's the toasting fork
, with Mother's shoe on it instead of the bread.
Do have toast for tea, Polly, and let me make it with the new toasting fork
; it 's such fun to play cook."
The toasting fork
, which is tipped with a silver pommel bearing the inscription "A Present from the New Country from GW 1776", is being put up for auction for PS20,000.
Reverie As I gazed at the flames of the fire, I recalled for the first time in years, The long toasting fork
made of brass wire And the child in me fancies she hears That sweet chink of the knife on the plate As it cut through the butter before Being rasped across toast which we ate Up in relays eager for more.
Another time she was mopping the back corridor, alone in the building, when a brass toasting fork
fell to the ground.
Sophie Conran's camping bucket, complete with blanket, matches, torch, 11-I multi-tool, toasting fork
, bucket and camping recipe booklet.
After a gadzillion Midsomer episodes, you may wonder why at least one or two ethnic characters haven't sauntered onto the show, before being bludgeoned to death by a toasting fork
or croquet mallet.
There, the shop assistants cower in the detergent aisle as the customers, their pupils marked with the sign of a toasting fork
, plunder the shelves for disposable barbecues, bags of powdered white and pink marshmallows and tubs of coleslaw the size of a municipal swimming pool.
The children loved using the toasting fork
to make toast by the open stove.
Visitors can also see personal items that belonged to Watt, including his chair, walking stick, toasting fork
and lunch basket.
Talking of fires, did toast ever taste as good as when you toasted it in front of the fire on a long toasting fork
And 30 years ago he was convicted of wounding a woman after stripping off and attacking her with a toasting fork