Here's something a little unusual - we've never seen one before. It's a Bowlwhip butterchurn, basically a handbeater attached to a small glass jar. The seller says that the elderly owner whipped her own butter in it. It's a very cool antique, a memory of when whipped butter didn't come in tubs. It's a little pricey - $29.99 plus at least $10 shipping. Auction ends May 28.
Don't forget that you can post your own kitchen and tabletop items for sale at The Kitchen's classifieds!
MORE KITCHEN & TABLETOP
• Copper pots measuring cups for $24.99 - ends May 23
• Blue Willow comport for $9 - ends May 23
• Pink KitchenAid food processor for $11.78 - ends May 25
• Vintage Mouli grater for $9.90 - ends May 28
We've been talking about how much we'd spend for a pan . . . and this might be the deal for you. Some cooks say there's no reason to purchase matching sets of pans, but at these prices it might be worth it. Keep in mind that All-Clad LTD is not diswasher safe.
HH tipped us off over the weekend and we wanted to pass this along right away. Build It Green NYC is auctioning off two sets of Bulthaup cabinets with Gaggenau appliances, stainless counter tops and a Bosch dishwasher or Miele range hood.
If you're renovating your kitchen this summer, here's a chance to go high-end at about 75% off.
Each set is listed with a retail value of $75,000 but the current bid is at $15,100 for each set. One is in Natural Larch and the others is in a lighter wood.
Run by Community Environmental Center, Build It Green! NYC sells salvaged and surplus building materials at their warehouse in Astoria, Queens.
Here's something we've never seen before: a Tupperware hamburger press. We're curious about this; it looks like one of those gadgets that is either completely useless or totally brilliant. The seller says it's good for forming individual portions of other things to freeze, too, and it comes with ten "patty keepers." It's about $8 and ends April 15.