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I have a definitive answer. I found a manual to the combination microwave oven, which is a Samsung C108STBC or similar. The accessories to this oven (which can grill and/or microwave) include: a roasting spit (also referred to as "roasting stand") which is the larger spike. The roasting spit is a convenient way of barbecuing a chicken, as the meat ...
As just an old Arkansas hillbilly that likes wooden products I've been making cook spoons and dishes/platters. I have used Walnut, Pecan, Hickory, and Cherry so far. I have found that the fruit woods have alot less "fuzzing" after washing but all need periodic attention. I've used bacon grease, olive oil, cooking oil, peanut oil and they all work about the ...
My mother used small skewers in baking potatoes, although not shaped like yours. (The metal supposedly conducted heat into the potatao centers to speed baking. I was and remain skeptical of the efficacy of this) I agree that the single unit looks like an order spike.
While I have not tried doing this myself, I would imagine cutting an x into one side of the potato should give you an opening through which to skewer the potato, without dragging foil into the potato itself.
This looks like a divider stands for your bowls inside the drawers.
They Z shapes look like roasting spikes (or skewers) Used for odd shaped birds and meat cuts to make suitable for even roasting, especially on a spit-roast (rotating roast machine) The Z shapes spikes are used to hold out a flap, or to hold two parts together. The bend is used to lock it in place against another part of the meat, or against another spike ...
The spike stand in the background looks like a ticket puncher that you'd see in a cafe. As in, after you pay your ticket, the staff member pokes it through the spike to collect them all.
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