Retro wall-mounted manual can opener – Can-O-Mat (1960)
Oster electric meat grinder (1960)
Versatile and powerful Oster electric meat grinder slices through foods without tearing, bruising or mashing. Speedily and effortlessly grinds all foods from toughest meats to the most delicate vegetables . . . even grinds hard almonds. New economies, better meals and far more pleasure in food preparation are yours every day, from the very first day you own the Oster Electric Meat Grinder.
Vintage General Electric rotisserie oven (1960)
It’s a rotisserie… infra-red broiler… precision oven, Does so much more than an ordinary rotisserie. Does as many things, in fact, as an expensive range — and has range-oven accuracy. Actually modernizes your kitchen. Big size, rotisseries a 16-pound turkey. Poultry and roasts baste themselves for extra-tender eating. Exclusive Tilt-Top lid lifts up completely for easy access to food.
Makes four big waffles at a time (1961)
General Electric’s Sandwich Grill and Waffle Iron has reversible grids that make delicious pancakes, too. Grills sandwiches, bacon and eggs.
Vintage GE Stainless steel automatic coffee maker (1961)
Front-loading Toast-R-Oven bakes
Front-loading Toast-R-Oven even bakes! It’s new! Hands the toast to you — no digging. Toasts all breads any shade, top-browns muffins, grills cheese sandwiches. Bakes, too — frozen desserts, meat pies, even meat loaf!
Beats, whips, mixes drinks… sharpens knives, too! (1961)
New Idea! Beats, mixes drinks—has knife sharpening accessory, too! You get so many extras with the new General Electric Portable Mixer! Though only 2-3/4 lbs., it’s extra-thorough with batters… extra-gentle with sauces… extra-marvelous with meringues!
A free drink mixer fixes drinks in a whirl. Remove beaters, and plug in an optional accessory that sharpens knives — easily, safely. See the Portable Mixer in white, yellow, pink, and turquoise — at your General Electric Dealer’s!
Salton Hotray appliance (1962)
Salton Hotray protects your dinner after you’ve cooked it. It can do this because the temperature of its radiant heat glass panel is thermostatically controlled to a point right under the cooking point. Thus, the food on it neither continues to cook, nor to stand around growing cold.
This means that those late-coming husbands and extra-drink guests will no longer pay the price of an over-cooked and dried-out dinner.
And when dinner is finally served, Hotray will put an end to your jumping up and down from the table. You just put the entire dinner on Hotray, put Hotray on the dining table, and serve from there. Firsts will taste like firsts. And seconds will taste as good as firsts. Of course, there’s much more to Salton Hotray.
Automatic can opener kitchen gadget (1961)
GE Automatic Electric Can Opener removes or hinges lid quickly, cleanly, with no jagged edges. Magnet holds lid away from food. Mounts on wall or optional counter stand.
Vintage toasters from 1963
Kitchen cooking & heating small appliances (1963)
Low-silhouette blender! (1961)
Vintage Presto coffee pots in white and black (1964)
Salton Bun Warmer (1968)
The Salton Bun Warmer actually makes ordinary buns taste good, good ones taste great, and great ones taste like heaven on earth.
The Salton electric Bun Warmer won’t perform miracles. It won’t make our American, mass-produced buns and rolls taste like the kind Grandma supposedly made 50 years ago. But what the Salton Bun Warmer will do is make rolls and buns taste a good deal better. It does this by keeping buns and rolls warm and fresh and crisp.
Redi-Oven appliance tableside cooker (1965)
New… Fast… Easy… versatile, large capacity, compact, electric oven that holds even a 3 lb. roast or an 8″ pie. Gleaming chrome finish with porcelain enamel interior . . . automatic timer and controlled heat up to 500°. Perfect for preparing frozen foods, biscuits, baked potatoes… right at the table.
Vintage 1960s Ronson Foodmatic in-counter appliance (1969)
Ronson Foodmatic slices, shreds, grinds meat and coffee, juices oranges, crushes ice… it even cooks
Vintage small kitchen appliances in decorator colors (1969)