Vintage Tupperware salad server
Vintage Tupperware salad server.
Original orange '70s salad server by Tupperware.
- Length: 30,5 cm.
A salad server is a set consisting of a spoon and an (often stylized) fork, used for salad.
This cutlery is first used to mix the oil and vinegar (dressing), or other salad dressing, through the salad, and then brag with it. Because there is no difference in the use between the spoon and the fork, in modern designs of the salad servers the "fork" sometimes can not or can hardly be distinguished from a spoon.
When bragging it is customary to keep the spoon under. In this way, the dressing can be scooped up.
Tupperware is the name of a home products line that includes preparation, storage, containment, and serving products for the kitchen and home. It also includes plastic containers used to store goods and/or food. In 1942, Earl Tupper developed his first bell-shaped container; the brand products were introduced to the public in 1948.
Tupperware was developed in 1946 by Earl Silas Tupper (1907–83) in Leominster, Massachusetts. He developed plastic containers used in households to contain food and keep it airtight. The once-patented "burping seal" is a famous aspect of Tupperware, which distinguished it from competitors. Earl Tupper invented the plastic for Tupperware already in 1938, but the product only worked with the emergence of the sale through presentation in a party setting. In 1949, Tupperware introduced the 'Wonderlier Bowl' that gave a start to a revolutionary range of kitchen utensils.
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