Lazy Susan Components?

Answer The Lazy Susan, originally referred to as the dumbwaiter, originated no later than the 1700s and may date much farther back in Chinese culture. Current models vary in shape and size, from tradition... Read More »

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What is a lazy Susan used for?

According to Merriam Webster's Online Dictionary, a lazy Susan is a revolving tray used to serve food, relishes and condiments. The revolving table eliminates the necessity of picking up dishes of ... Read More »

Where did the name"lazy Susan"come from?

Though the exact origin of the name is unknown, the first written account of a lazy Susan was in a 1917 issue of "Vanity Fair," where an advertised piece of furniture was described as a “Revolvin... Read More »

Who invented the Lazy Susan?

The Lazy Susan is a rotating tray often used to store spices. Larger Lazy Susans serve as shelving units. According to the Los Angeles Times, there is debate as to who invented the Lazy Susan. Some... Read More »

Who was the lazy Susan named after?

No one is certain where the name Lazy Susan came from. Some say it was named after Thomas Jefferson or Thomas Edison's sluggish daughters. Historians say there is no proof of that, but they can tra... Read More »