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My cream cooker which I have had since it was new.

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My cream cooker which I have had since it was new.
I am posting this picture to show the fairly rare spatula which came with the frying pan and the accompanying grill pan. Two shelves - the wax joint of beef is nearly as old as the cooker but didn't come with it. It has been "cooking" for well over 50 years so will be a trifle overdone by now. There is also the grey slightly speckled finish cooker - does anyone know of any other finishes? Or accessories?
Posted on January 23, 2018 Full Size|



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6:32 PM on January 30, 2018 
A lovely cooker and accessories.
10:52 AM on January 24, 2018 
I love these cookers, and it's lovely to see one with all its "bits".
chris g
9:18 AM on January 24, 2018 
Lovely, I had been looking for one of these for Seaford house.
8:20 AM on January 24, 2018 
Super items, the satisfaction of having the spatula to go with the pan such a little thing but so nice to have! Things like that you just can't put a price on how nice it is to find them. I love the wax roast!
5:48 AM on January 24, 2018 
No, never seen the beef before either, must say you do look after your miniatures Rosemary, the Crescent cookers are one of the nicest.
5:41 AM on January 24, 2018 
I do so like the feel of these cookers and the speckled one I coveted particularly. I think it's the first time I've seen the joint of beef - but then I've not really been at this for long ;)
4:03 AM on January 24, 2018 
It is surprising what you find in job lots and it is nice to know what odd objects are so that they may hopefully be reunited with the right piece.
2:22 PM on January 23, 2018 
Interesting to see the accompanying items, thank you, may have seen them many times but without this photos would not have recognised them at all.

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