I have collected kitchen gadgets for many years. My family and friends used to find it easy to buy me birthday and Christmas presents, more or less anything from a kitchenware department would do. Naturally, as the years have passed, my cupboards have filled and the chances of them finding anything I don't already own have diminished. The MM came up trumps at Christmas with this one, though.
The only problem is we don't know what it is!
It looks like a wooden spoon but it has a hole in the middle.
Am I missing the obvious? Would it produce lighter cake batter than a regular wooden spoon? Or could it be for measuring spaghetti portions? Perhaps it isn't a kitchen gadget at all.
If you know what it is for, or if you can think of a (printable) use for it, please let me know. The sender of the best answer, as judged my the MM and me, may choose any paperback book from my library, as shown in my LibraryThing.