Sometimes it’s hard to imagine life without all our modern conveniences. Can you imagine doing the same work you do now, for the same pay, without the modern inventions you use everyday? That’s why it’s imperative that you know the history of such items – so that you will have an appreciation for what you have. In this case, we are talking about woodworkers and wood routers.
No matter who you are, you know what a blender is. Even if you’re not much of a kitchen aficionado, the blender has become part of the lexicon. The blender has seen a variety of uses since its invention almost 100 years ago, but really gained in popularity with the rise of exotic mixed drinks in bars across the globe. Let’s take a look at where this invaluable invention came from so we can gain an appreciation for its genius and no longer take it for granted.
If you’ve ever used a food processor versus doing all the chopping by hand, you probably have a pretty good appreciation for what this device does. So imagine what it was like before the invention of the processor just 50 years ago! Though it is widely used in the domestic markets these days, the food processor saw its advent in the commercial catering industry.