/ (ˈkʌlɪndə) /

  1. a variant of colander

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How to use cullender in a sentence

  • Drain them in a cullender, and put them into a dish, with a slice of fresh butter in it.

    A Poetical Cook-Book | Maria J. Moss
  • They should then be drained in a cullender, and chopped fine with a knife or edge of a spoon.

    A Poetical Cook-Book | Maria J. Moss
  • When they are quite soft, take them out, strain them from the water, and mash them in a cullender till all the pulp drips through.

  • Stew them till the meat seems to be quite done, and then put it into a cullender to drain.

  • Having mashed the potatoes with this mixture, rub it through a cullender, and stir it very hard.