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Mortar and Pestle: Old School Kitchen Tool - Food & Nutrition Magazine
An iconic symbol of pharmacies, the mortar and pestle is more than just a two-piece tool for grinding medications. For centuries, cooks in kitchens worldwide relied on mortars and pestles to prepare their cultures' signature
Mortar & Pestle is used for crushing and grinding either food, herbs, or seeds. It is recommended to use different mortar and pestle for edible and non edible mixtures. Made in India. Pedestal mortar & pestle crafted of Red Zebra Marble. Each one is unique; please allow for variations. Mortar Diameter is approximately 3.5″. KHPS …
Convertible Mortar and Pestle - Winter 2009 Gift Guide: Under $50
This mortar and pestle is a multiuse tool: The large porcelain bowl is for grinding herbs and spices; pull it out and the bamboo base can take a beating to crush nuts and hard foods. Kuhn Rikon Mortar & Pestle, $50 For more holiday gift ideas, see: Cookbooks, Under $15, Under $25, Under $100, and Splurge.
COLLECTION OF LIGNUM VITAE AND FRUITWOOD MORTAR & PESTLES England, c1700-1800; M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts, Memphis, TN
COLLECTION OF LIGNUM VITAE AND FRUITWOOD MORTAR & PESTLES England, c1700 through c1800. The mortar and pestle has been used for grinding food and medicines since the early Egyptian period. They date to the earliest shamans and medicine men among most cultures. The tools were mentioned in the “Elers Papyrus” of 1550 BC (the oldest preserved piece of medical literature) and in the Old Testament. Their names derive from Latin, mortar from mortarium, meaning, among other usages, "receptacle…