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post #31 of 42
It could be handcrafted. (Maybe Jackson Pollack had a side hobby :-) You never know. Might be worth looking into.
Edited by Cerise - 1/12/16 at 7:48am
post #32 of 42

@panini could it be the receptacle used to wash hands before communion?

I never really paid attention.

 

mimi

 

Had a really rough time spelling receptacle.

Who had the final say before deciding that word lol.

 

m.

post #33 of 42
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@panini could it be the receptacle used to wash hands before communion?

I never really paid attention.

 

mimi

 

Had a really rough time spelling receptacle.

Who had the final say before deciding that word lol.

 

m.

I can help you with spelling that word: B-O-W-L.  :lol:

post #34 of 42
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Originally Posted by flipflopgirl View Post
 

@panini could it be the receptacle used to wash hands before communion?

I never really paid attention.

 

mimi

 

Had a really rough time spelling receptacle.

Who had the final say before deciding that word lol.

 

m.

I can help you with spelling that word: B-O-W-L.  :lol:

 

I may have early onset of oldtimers disease.

I grasp a word and cannot spell it but am to stubborn to just move on lol.

 

mimi

post #35 of 42
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Cerise, you got me hoping for a moment there :) but a quick ebay search returned tons of much nicer looking chafing dishes (with lids and tripods and all), all for around 30 bucks, so this thing won't be making me rich.

 

Heck, I don't think it will be making me too much hollandaise either, since I just learned my cholesterol is above the limit.

 

On the plus side, though, at least now I know what a chafing dish is :)

post #36 of 42
And now youll never forget, thats why we didnt just TELL you. tongue.gif

I dunno though....kinda unusual for a chaffer to have one,
single handle sticking out like that. Kinda gets in the way.
Most have 1 small handle on each side.
post #37 of 42

Wow page two. II'm pretty sure now that it is a bain marie insert for melting chocolate or caramel. I think  I've actually have seen these hanging in kitchens in Europe. That rim is to make sure that no steam reaches the chocolate.

Not sure about the Church thing, I think someone in my past was trying to tell me something.

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post #38 of 42

Bain Marie it is then panini.  When I saw the thing sitting in the pan I thought a pot would do better.

post #39 of 42

Could it possible be a double boiler?

post #40 of 42

Could it be a gizmo?

Best and I'm a foodie.   I know very little but the little that I know I want to know very well.

 

-T

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-T

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post #41 of 42
Quite possibly. And if not that, it may be a whachamacallit.
post #42 of 42

That's also called as a sauce pan, right?

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