cooking utensil

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The fire service said the cause was a cooking utensil forgotten on a lit stove.
South Miami, FL, September 16, 2014 --( An innovative new product designed to address a common problem related to cooking, the Cooking Utensil Gripping Glove, has been developed by Nicole Smith of Danville, Virginia.
The only cooking utensil Hodgson's familiar with is a poisoned chalice.
"Department stores and hardware stores in [Madison] reported stimulated cooking utensil sales as a result of the drive ..."
COOKING TONGS are an oft over-looked cooking utensil, but Ergo Chef is setting out to challenge that notion with the introduction of its Locking Duo Tongs.
I don't know why I like Celebrity MasterChef because my favourite cooking utensil is the microwave, which I always stop at one second just to feel like a bomb defuser.
The group has bolstered its housewares division by the acquisition of Birmingham cooking utensil maker Samuel Groves, Oxford-based Microwise Cookware and Norfolk wine racks business RTA.
In food prep, ranges and ovens offer microprocessor controls and increased insulation; induction fryers and griddles use the cooking utensil as the heat source to save 50% of energy use; and compensating hood ventilators use outdoor air.
Reportedly, each family was given a cooking utensil, two mugs, a carpet and a tent.
I'M in the process of patenting a new type of cooking utensil but am having extreme difficulty finding anyone who manufactures pots and pans in this country.
A German based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Madamfo Ghana Foundation, has donated various food items and cooking utensils to the Attakrom primary school in the Tain District in the Bono region, to augment the school feeding programme in the school.
Some items including cooking utensils can be seen stacked over the toilet seat.
Contract notice: supply and delivery of crockery, cooking and cooking utensils to the services of the city of paris
Volunteers included 6,737 nuns, 2,891 priests and 354 seminarians, besides laypeople who worked around the clock distributing food, clothing, sanitary items, cooking utensils, medicine, drinking water and cleaning materials.
"The force found three tunnels for the terrorists, the first including men's clothing, women's clothing, military clothing, and clothes, food, cooking utensils, meat, while the second included, civil clothes- federal police clothes- popular crowd clothes- 4 bicycles - different contact segments), the third contained (13 explosive devices- explosive material C4 -- a bag with explosive material - detonating lighters - explosive batteries - swell bombing), that have been dealt with the seized material fundamentally./ End