A Christmas Fetish

Hello dear reader, it’s not often I get asked to take photographs on a particular theme, but yesterday I was approached through the blog to do a little series. Now, usually I would not pander to men of a certain age with peculiar fetishes, but I do like Ol’10 and it is Christmas after all.

So here you are my friend,

Kitchen Utensils,~ in action!! by Moi.

Vegetable Peeler
My special chef knife.
the humble Teaspoon
garlic clove peeler
garlic peeler in action
Phil’s special knife.
whisk
cheese grater
Mum’s electric carving knife.

No utensils were harmed during the making of this series, and all gave consent and proof of age. Christmas Dinner gave a good account of itself, all in all a successful shoot. πŸ˜ƒ

52 Comments on “A Christmas Fetish

  1. I just checked, and I have all those items featured. πŸ™‚
    (Though I rarely use a peeler, as I prefer a small sharp knife.)
    Luckily, a restaurant did the cooking today, so there was no washing up.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. A garlic peeler!
    I like the toaster, but I’m not sure of its classification πŸ™‚ The teaspoon has got to be the winner, life could not go on without a teaspoon πŸ™‚

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  3. The garlic peeler looks fun. I use my fingernails, but the smell does linger. I’m with Eddy about the teaspoon. I must use them a lot, because I’m forever washing them up,

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  4. Great photos and photo-fun! Scrolling through the images felt like helping in the kitchen with dinner, including blurting out advice to β€œwatch your thumb!” during the fancy chef knife photo. LOVE the smiley face watch! Thanks for the invite….what’s for dinner tonight?

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