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The whole internet collaborated to determine what this kitchen tool was.

The mixer with rotating parts was patented in 1856 by Baltimore, Maryland, tinner Ralph Collier. This was followed by E.P. Griffith’s whisk patented in England in 1857. Another hand-turned rotary egg beater was patented by J.F. and E.P. Monroe in 1859 in the US.

Their egg beater patent was one of the earliest bought up by the Dover Stamping Company, whose Dover egg beaters became a classic American brand.The term “Dover beater” was commonly in use in February 1929, as seen in this recipe from the Gazette newspaper of Cedar Rapids, IA, for “Hur-Mon Bavarian Cream,” a whipped dessert recipe featuring gelatin, whipped cream, banana and gingerale.\

The Monroe design was also manufactured in England.[4] In 1870, Turner Williams of Providence, R.I., invented another Dover egg beater model. In 1884, Willis Johnson of Cincinnati, Ohio, invented new improvements to the egg beater.

The first mixer with electric motor is thought to be the one invented by American Rufus Eastman in 1885.The Hobart Manufacturing Company was an early manufacturer of large commercial mixers,] and they say a new model introduced in 1914 played a key role in the mixer part of their Business.

The Hobart KitchenAid and Sunbeam Mixmaster (first produced 1910) were two very early US brands of electric mixer.Domestic electric mixers were rarely used before the 1920s, when they were adopted more widely for home use.

In 1908 Herbert Johnston, an engineer for the Hobart Manufacturing Company, invented an electric standing mixer. His inspiration came from observing a baker mixing bread dough with a metal spoon; soon he was toying with a mechanical counterpart.

By 1915, his 20 gallon (80 L) mixer was standard equipment for most large bakeries. In 1919, Hobart introduced the Kitchen Aid Food Preparer (stand mixer) for the home.

Simon Cowell concerns fans with appearance as they ‘don’t recognise him’

Simon Cowell has sparked concerns among his fans after a video was posted in which he calls on people to audition for the next series of Britain’s Got Talent.

In the clip, the TV judge appeals for contestants for the programme, stating: “I always say on this show, two or three minutes can change your life. And it has. And maybe this time it’s going to be you.

“So please audition now for next year’s season and I look forward to meeting you.”

But many were left shocked and stunned at Cowell’s appearance, saying that they “didn’t recognise him.”

One person wrote: “Simon Cowell brought to you via Nintendo Gamecube it seems.”

Another replied saying: “Ya wouldn’t think he had work done at all. Flawless.”

Someone else simply asked him: “What have you done to your face?!?!”

Do you think Simon looks different? Let us know in the comment section below

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