Avoid burnt fingers and soggy toast with Peter Whittle’s rack and scissors
While the wooden implements that are sold for fishing toast out of toasters are functional, I’ve never found them particularly attractive. I’ve often thought that the scissor design of a traditional salad server is more convenient – the linked spoon and fork only need one hand to operate – and it’s also more elegant. My toast extractor, then, is an attempt to combine function and attractive form.
Read the full article, including full instructions and pattern, in The Woodworker July 2017
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