Who invented the first apple peeler?

Answer The first apple peeler was not invented until the year 1864. The man that invented the apple peeler was David Harvey Goodell, who later became governor of the state of New Hampshire.Source:DIY: App... Read More »

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Instructions for an Apple Corer & Peeler?

Apple corer and peeler tools can quickly prepare apples for a pie, applesauce or other uses in the kitchen. The machine simultaneously peels, cores and slices each apple as you turn the crank. Afte... Read More »

How to Find Parts for a Norpro Apple Peeler?

A Norpro apple peeler has the ability to pare, core and slice an apple or do each of these function individually. Although it is mainly intended to be used on apples, it can also be used on pears a... Read More »

Who invented the potato peeler?

The handheld "Rex Potato Peeler" was invented by Alfred Neweczeral (1899-1958) in 1947. American-Bohemian Neweczeral went on to found Zena AG in Switzerland; the company still manufactures the alum... Read More »

Who invented the hand potato peeler?

The hand potato peeler was invented by Alfred Neweczeral, an American, born of Prussian immigrants. He had the potato, vegetable and fruit peeler patented in Switzerland. He then founded Zena AG, a... Read More »