Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Giveaway and Review of Vintage cutlery set.


I love crockery and cutlery in all shapes sizes and forms so when I came across the Dotcomgiftshop website, I was thrilled. It is an Aladdin's grotto for people like me who want to purchase unusual and beautiful gifts for their friends.Dotcomgiftshop have gifts for all occasions such as birthdays, themed parties, christmas or just for a surprise gift for someone.The vast selection of  of gifts range from gifts for cooks, to hobbies, arts and crafts,cyclists, pet lovers, home and garden, weddings and many more occasions that you can think of. In fact within their range you can do all your christmas shopping without checking any other place out.

I particularly like their kitchen gifts and all the vintage and retro gifts.I love the cute little milk bottles in a carry case, the Moorish stoneware, tableware and many more gifts.When Dotcomgiftshop sent me the 16 piece Vintage pistachio cutlery gift set. I was thrilled with it. Consisting of 4 knives, 4 spoons,4 forks and 4 teaspoons, the set is perfect for a table setting for 4 persons.The cutlery is made from stainless steel with lovely Pistachio handles with a metal band of decorative metal design.The set came in a matching gift tube and is really pretty.It comes in other colours such as blue, red, pink and black also.The retail price of the set is £29.95.
I am really happy that I have come across this wonderful site and it is my one stop shop for all my gift purchases.Thank you to Dotcomgiftshop for my cutlery set .All the views and opinions are my own.

Dotcomgiftshop have been very kind and they have agreed to send one simply.food reader a 16 piece vintage cutlery set as a prize.

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204 comments:

  1. My potato peeler. I've had it for 35 years, it cost me 55p and it's still going strong

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  2. My favourite kitchen tool I can't do without is my vegetable knife. It's sharp and cuts through smoothly and quickly.

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  3. My item is low-tech. I have a small serrated kitchen knife which I use for everything - it makes chopping effortless.

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  4. I love my mixer - it takes so much work out of baking! Fab comp :)

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  5. Has to be my apple slicer at the mo

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  6. My favourite kitchen tool is my food blender - so versatile and completes so many tasks much quicker than I could 'by hand'!

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  7. My food blender - so versatile and completes tasks much quicker than I could 'by hand'.

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  8. Kitchen scissors - I have several pairs and they all seem to end up being used every day

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  9. My avourite kitchen tool that I can't be without is my Mini Oven!

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  10. i so need some new cutlery specially spoons my kids have lost all of mine at school!

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  11. I cannot manage without a simple fork to mix food and to eat

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  12. Our carving knife, I use it for everything, as it is so sharp and feels balanced in your hand.

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  13. My favourite kitchen tool is without doubt my potato masher, it helps me create the most perfect mashed potatoes. Which at this time of the year is perfect comfort food. Of course it also helps with my carrot and turnip mash, another favourite comfort food.

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  14. Potato peeler as I cannot peel them with a knife!!

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  15. wooden spoons! always come in handy

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  16. my kenwood chef mixer, bought by my mum in 1981 and still going strong!

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  17. My paring knife - I love it and use it for everything.n

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  18. My paring knife. I love it and use it for everything

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  19. My kettle! Gotta have my cup of tea in the morning!

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  20. My slow cooker - perfect for making a big batch of meals to feed the family for days at a time!

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  21. My blender, love making milkshakes

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  22. My blender, Love making milkshakes

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  23. I can't be without my stick blender!

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  24. Kitchen towel...its always useful for mopping up accidents

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  25. My potato peeler, its years old and it still works great

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  26. I love baking so I'd be lost without my electric whisk

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  27. I can't live without my immersion blender!

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  28. I can't live without my immersion blender

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  29. My potato knife that my Dad made for me.

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  30. My stick blender - mash, soup, pestos, curry pastes . . . I use it for everything!

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  31. My vegetable knife - so very useful!

    hazel rea - @beachrambler

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  32. As a coffee junkie I'd have to say that I couldn't live without my kettle

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  33. As a coffee junkie I'd have to say that I couldn't do without my kettle.

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  34. my kettle lol. is that a tool?

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  35. My food processor is used almost every day and would hate to live without it.

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  36. My garlic press. use it most meals

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  37. my food processor, i can't stand chopping things :)

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  38. NOT REALLY A TOOL BUT I COULDNT LIVE WITHOUT MY COFFEE MAKER

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  39. My sharp kitchen knife. Need for for chopping and slicing.

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  40. Potato peeler - used almost every day.

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  41. My fab little black vegetable knife

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  42. My ceramic knives, I've always had trouble keeping knives sharp but these are fantastic!

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  43. My favourite kitchen tool is my prestige swivel potato peeler; it is a marvellous item and although still usable is very rusty.

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  44. My sharp little knife that I use for my vegetables,it's 23 years old and I use it everyday.

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  45. I wouldn't be without my can opener

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  46. Sadly for me its my microwave (especially since oven has broken :( )

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  47. I could not live without my large heavy duty chopping knife

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  48. I love my Kenwood mixer, it is used at least 3 times a week, without it I would have arms like Pop-eye!

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  49. my lovely sharp swiss peeler set
    karen s
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  50. My digital scales! I love them most for the Tare feature sooooo easy to weight stuff without loads of different bowls and plates out!

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  51. A really sharp knife. If I have to pick just one item.

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  52. My cook ! hehehe only joking.
    My small Braun hand mixer/blender. Easy to use, clean and store.

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  53. I would be without my old Mincer/meat grinder

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  54. My hand blender which I use all the time

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  55. My hand blender which I use all the time

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  56. My hand blender which I use all the time

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  57. My garlic press, I hate chopping garlic.

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  58. My crinkle cutter, homemade crinkle cut chips are the best.

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  59. My hand blender - I use it to liquidise soups, and I make a lot of soups!

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  60. My sharp knives...would be lost without them

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  61. My little runner bean slicer, it was my grandma's, and it's still sharp! makes runner beans like spaghetti

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  62. my coffee machine
    as I make a coffee made up with many swirls,
    Huge marshmallows sometimes in a coffee stream,
    Sometimes a full bodied coffee,
    Sometimes with a cream.

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  63. I love my hand blender, but just got a slow cooker which is wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  64. My kettle. I know I could boil water in a pan but the kettle just so much more... userfriendly. :)

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  65. My favourite is my egg slicer, I love egg sandwiches and this just makes it so much easier :)

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  66. My super sharp chopping knife x

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  67. Simple, but I love them , my kitchen scissors, expensive for what they look like, but worth the investment

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  68. My Magic Bullet... for blending and making milkshakes mmm - use it a few times per week x

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  69. My slow cooker, it makes light work of busy days :)

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  70. I've got a pair of tongs that I just love. I recently had to cook in a different kitchen and felt lost without them!

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  71. The Dishwasher - when it broke down, I made sure it was replaced the same day!!

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  72. I have a silicone knife that I use all the time. I get really upset if it's been put away in a different place and I can#t find it!

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  73. Potato peeler as I cannot peel them with a knife

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  74. Potato peeler as I cannot peel them with a knife

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