What is it? #418

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Thank you StevenT for the "What is it?" this week.

Three different angles on this 18½ inch, 47 cm object: what is it made to do?


 

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I like the answers so far ~ and have nothing to add ~ except, it looks as though it's 'part' of something, there's no handle with which to use it, so I'm assuming that it fits into or onto to something, and something else is then place between the two hook things ~ so, no idea at all...........
 

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For the life of me I feel like I've seen these before but don't remember lol

Are they for roasting marshmallows?
 
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[QUOTE="Bamber, post: 5043263]THE classic April Fool. Everyone knows spaghetti is mined.[/QUOTE]
I thought that was chicken nuggets?
 

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[QUOTE="Pprey, post: 5043288]I thought that was chicken nuggets?[/QUOTE]
Nah, they're bred free range:

 

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Talking about food ~ I was wondering if this thing was made to hold pots over an open camp fire ~ sort of cowboy on the range? [no pun intended!]
 

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[QUOTE="squirt, post: 5042925]to take the top off of a barrel?[/QUOTE]
Not barrels, but is is for lifting a sort of "top".

[QUOTE="Manzy, post: 5042941]For the life of me I feel like I've seen these before but don't remember lol

Are they for roasting marshmallows?
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Not roasting or marshmallows, but cooking is indirectly involved.


[QUOTE="Romford Lad, post: 5043336]Talking about food ~ I was wondering if this thing was made to hold pots over an open camp fire ~ sort of cowboy on the range? [no pun intended!] [/QUOTE]
Not an OPEN fire, and not holding the pots, but used on the things which DO hold the pots. And your inadvertent pun is very apt.
 

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[QUOTE="squirt, post: 5043361]to lift the plates on a wood burning stove? :hmm:[/QUOTE]

That's it: a hot plate lifter for a cooking stove.