On the one hand, I really like these aluminium pots for their nostalgia. My grandma used to cook in pots … More
Found this at the void deck. The handle cover is slightly broken, but nothing that can’t be held in place … More
On Sunday, a community member and I went to our town centre. I have long wanted to wander through the … More
Nothing out of the ordinary here. Just a beautiful Mooncake box. No mooncakes inside, but the box is lovely. It’s … More
Normally I don’t take these back with me, but these look to be quite clean and good condition. Someone might … More
If I remember correctly, my mum asked for this. If not, then it’s up for grabs.
I had a dilemma: Should I carry this thing home or not? What if I lug it all the way … More
This is another one of those appliances that you know is working even before you test it.
Sometimes when you find a kitchen appliance at the void deck, you know even before you test it that it … More
This is a whole roll of cotton wool. Not sure what I want to do with it. Maybe compost it?
As opposed to wet iron… Maybe as opposed to steam iron, because I’ve found some of those. But this dry … More
I attract toaster ovens. There are lots of toaster ovens in my area, but I don’t use them.
Weighing scales are pretty common. Surprisingly there are people who want these.
It’s just a nice box. Nothing to see here.
I have always wondered why this is called an airpot when it is clearly a waterpot. Maybe it’s Malay, where … More
Oh look! Another one of these. This is the second, or maybe third, time I’ve gotten this in 2017. And … More
Once upon a time, these things cost $85. At one point of time, I had 3 of these at home. … More
Most woks I find aren’t in as good condition as this one is. I hardly ever find a pristine, unused … More
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
If you’ve ever wondered how to make muruku, you need one of these. You put the muruku dough mixture into this … More
Normally I don’t bring this home. But I had just come from a Filipina’s home where I learned that Filipinos … More
My electric water boiler broke down this week, so I sounded out a call to the Freegan in Singapore community, … More
This is a small version of the type of juicer that fruit stalls in hawker centres use. I love the … More
It’s always amazing to find working kitchen appliances just carelessly thrown out like that.
Great for making sardine or luncheon meat sandwiches. My grandma used to make them for me when I was a … More
A bunch of miscellaneous plates and bowls I couldn’t organise into the other categories. The most interesting ones are the … More
The lid has a small crack, but it can still keep warm an individual’s food portion.
Good for charities, I suppose? Maybe migrant workers?
These are good for making jelly and serving to guests.
Loads of glass bowls, some of which are actually crystal. 13 of them in this photo.