Deep fryer

This isn’t particularly notable, except that it’s one of the more user-friendly deep fryers I’ve seen. Must be Tefal. It’s … More

Muruku maker

If you’ve ever wondered how to make muruku, you need one of these. You put the muruku¬†dough mixture into this … More

Disposable plates

Normally I don’t bring this home. But I had just come from a Filipina’s home where I learned that Filipinos … More


This is a small version of the type of juicer that fruit stalls in hawker centres use. I love the … More

Toaster oven

It’s always amazing to find working kitchen appliances just carelessly thrown out like that.

Sandwich maker

Great for making sardine or luncheon meat sandwiches. My grandma used to make them for me when I was a … More

Plates and bowls

A bunch of miscellaneous plates and bowls I couldn’t organise into the other categories.  The most interesting ones are the … More

Food warmer

The lid has a small crack, but it can still keep warm an individual’s food portion. 

Glass bowls

Loads of glass bowls, some of which are actually crystal. 13 of them in this photo. 

Orange cloths

This is quite possibly¬†the orange cloth that we use in the army to clean our rifles. If it is, it’s … More


So I found another of these today. Same food caterer whose business name is not on the tingkat. This one … More


This was really weird. I came home after my treasure hunt and found these two tingkat sitting inside the lift. … More

Step dustbin

The first week I became a freegan, I found a step dustbin like this. It seemed like a good way … More

Rice cooker

Yay! I like finding rice cookers. But I must say, this person really likes kitchenware from Tefal.  Working rice cookers … More

3-tier corner tray

Finally! I’ve been waiting for something like this for my bathroom. I’ve been using makeshift ones while waiting for this … More

Electric kettle

There’s an interesting story behind this kettle.  I went to test it out and, of course, like most appliances we … More

Tefal skillet

I’ve got the exact same one at home. Possibly from the same source. But definitely for the same price. Tefal … More

Jeans hangers

We found several of these in a dumpster. Brand new. Each one has a price tag of $3.90. 


Good for preparing lunch for your wife, husband, child, and keeping the food warm. Sort of.