Monday, June 22, 2009

Scale


I found this scale in a local junk shop this weekend. Nice, hey? It is still in working order, too!

Now at last I'll be able to follow all those recipes that use pounds and ounces.

8 comments:

Linda Sue said...

Cute scale- I would have to weigh myself about six times to get to my weight- , or weigh myself in pieces. Scales for me are no good- I don't weigh anything really I cook in "gobs" gob of this gob of that...care to come over for a gob of lunch?

Lady P said...

That is just something that I would buy as well! and I do have blogs that I now follow that do require some converting from the cups and tablespoons that I am so accustomed to using - you should pop round to my blog - we are on the same wave length - I have vintage baking finds from a garage sale recently over these
you know how it is, can't help myself
I love to shop

Freshly Found said...

My mom used to have one very similar to that! What a lucky find!

Anonymous said...

What a great find - so much more stylish than my flat digital scales!

Alexandra Hedberg said...

I just found out that Sandra is giving the next weekword - which is "surprise"

aimee said...

another scale post! oh, lucky you - this one is really cool. i'd love to have one - not for cooking, of course, just for show :)

kendalee said...

What a beauty! I am so drawn to kitchen gadgets - especially of the vintage variety - but like Aimee, it's more about what they look like than wanting to use them to actually cook... Can't wait to see what you bake with the help of these - now that you've broken the bread boundary, the sky is the limit!!! :)

kat said...

My mom has one like this - I think it was passed to her by my grandmother. I feel instantly nostalgic looking at this!