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Object Name Maker, Churro
Description Hand Held Churro Maker made of metal with a wood piece to push dough through; metal tube which is part "A" has two handles protruding from opposite sides which are hollow metal with metal caps and are inverse cones; part "B" is the wooden piece that is almost the same diameter as "A" but a little smaller to fit into "A"; "B" is a straight cylinder with the end having a handle that resembles a smaller circular doorknob; "C" is the plastic red ring that holds the churro design at the end of the tube in place while "B" pushes the dough through the star shaped hole; "C" has a crack that runs from one end of the ring to the opening and has another small crack right next to the larger crack that branches out; "C" holds in place "D" and "E" which are both circular pieces of metal that hold a sided star churro design; both are the same size in diameter but for the churro design"D" is larger and has a more pointed star while "E" has a smaller and less pointed star that looks almost like a large asterisk;
Object Number 1994.003.001 A-E