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Re: Pears

That's just what I'm talking about, but this one was larger than the
ones I've had since.  It was made of wood, and about 1 1/2 inches
thick.  Made great pomegranate juice.

In a message dated 01/30/2007 12:01:56 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil writes:
That's a potato ricer, I think. My mom had one. Hers had the two
handles, hinged with a perforated basket on one handle and a flat disk
that fit into the basket on the other.  Cooked potato in the basket, lid
over the top, you squeezed the handles together and the potato would
squirt out through the holes in little strings. 

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