At first I thought it was a corer, but it has a distinct 90 degree angle. Any idea of it's function?
Just guessing here but the first thing I thought of was a tool to use for larding lean meat. One would pierce the meat then stuff the incision with fat/bacon/etc.
A woodworking tool?
How are we sure this is for cooking?
Methinks it's a planting trowel...
It's too thin for planting bulbs, but just maybe could be used for "plugs". http://gardenersblog.jerseyplantsdire...
It looks like a small garden trowel. We have one that my husband uses as a weeder.
It can also be used as a planter, using it to make holes to transplant seedlings, small bulbs, etc.
Is there measurement markings on it?
Even if it is a clam knife, it looks as though it could do a nice job of dandelion removal.
Pretty much the same thing eh? dig for dandelion roots, or clams, or clamms...
Thats a $5 european clam knife (to dig for 'em...3.5 Euros or so in England).
That was my thought. Shellfish knife for shucking clams and oysters
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