My mom’s, Lucia, kitchen helpers! I’m so glad to have them to use now! Back row from left, flour sifter and vinegar bottle (always apple cider vinegar). Middle row from left, instant coffee jar, sausage stuffer and cannoli pattern. Second front row from left, ravioli press and cannoli tubes that my father made. Front row, frosting press.
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