Kitchenwares

I didn’t have much time yesterday (before Thanksgiving dinner pt. 2) to go out and look around.

However I did see these bags, and a kick revealed that the front bag contained some pretty heavy metal stuff, which is often good.

What I found was a lot of pretty good kitchenwares. This picture didn’t turn out too well, but I took a lot of this stuff home and stashed some more in the alley for others to find.

I got a great thermos (looks brand new!), a glass juicer, a few reusable coffee cups, and a peeler that looks like it also cuts things into small strings. I took the steel wool (left), but it’s a very fine wool and I think it’s more for furniture than anything, so I may put it outside for someone else. I also took the cast iron platters at the bottom and gave them to my friend who works as a cook.

I’m going out to take a look around right now – I’ll keep you posted if I find anything.

5 thoughts on “Kitchenwares

  1. I saw a picture awhile ago of someone that used a colander as a hanging planter. Just a thought for if you find lots of those and not enough plant holders 🙂

  2. I can’t understand why people throw this kind of thing out.

  3. catcristy says:

    Once again, why don’t these people donate the items to a local thrift store instead of throwing them away? My goodness, what a waste!

  4. I confess, I’ve been guilty of throwing away some stuff you’d probably consider useful. Just stumbled across your blog and I find it really interesting. Sort of makes me think twice about our garbage now. I’m not as bad as I used to be–I try to give things away, but I guess if I don’t think anyone would want it, sometimes it ends up in the garbage. But nothing as nice as these finds!

    We also started composting so at least our kitchen scraps will now turn into something profitable for the garden 🙂

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