Thursday, October 01, 2009

frietjes - french fries

vintage french fries maker
nostalgische frietjessnijder
disk and fork are flea market finds.
bord en vork komen van de rommelmarkt
.

this is my entry for Vintage Thingies Thursdays
Vintage Thingies Thursdays
is een leuke blog waar je elke donderdag
in een link oude spulletjes kan tonen.

20 comments:

Maureen said...

Vintage french fries! No - just prepared in a vintage way. Love the fork!

willy said...

Wat heb je er een leuk vintage logje van gemaakt.
Mooie spulletjes.

Mich said...

Mmmmm frietjes ... als ik in België ben, dan MOET ik altijd frietjes van het frietkot hebben. Dat frietkotmoment, dat was gisterenavond dus ;-))

marian said...

i've seen one of those before & it works how great is that!!..beautiful fork :)

Elizabeth said...

I was a little scared you were going to show us a french fry you found in a vintage purse or shoe or something you bought! HA HA
Great post. I like how you tied all 3 vintage pieces together.

Ulla said...

Interesting tool for making the french fries. The fork is beautiful.

Donna said...

nice kitchen tool!

Allison of Dominant Hands said...

I really like to see vintage items still serving their function! Thanks for sharing.

Postcardy said...

That is a cool tool.

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

I've never seen a vintage french fry maker. Thanks for sharing!
Living it up at Lakewood,
Cindy

Jingle said...

That is so cool! I love that you really use it, too! And now I want fried! HA!

Lisa said...

This is great and those fries are making me hungry!

Coloradolady said...

What a great vintage tool to have....love the plate and fork too...what a delightful post....makes me hungry....as usual!

Have a great Weekend and a wonderful VTT!

~~Carol~~ said...

Oh, I love the old red-handled french fry maker! And the plate and fork are very pretty. Now I am very hungry for french fries! I don't have a french fry maker, so McDonalds here I come!
Happy VTT!

LV said...

You had some great things for VTT today. I love french fires anyway you cook them.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow I would love to get ahold of a french fry maker like that! Very cool tool.

Jocelyn
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

racheld said...

That frites-maker brings back memories---we used one til I got my first Cuisinart back in the 80's.

And the fork is definitely one of the vintage ones made to be set with the tines down---with all that lovely silver-work around the handle.

Kathi Fly said...

How very cool! Love the little red handles.

Keetha Broyles said...

French fries look really good - - - too bad I can't eat them right off the computer screen!

gz said...

I like the dish-you've just given this potter some inspiration- thankyou!
Diolch!