A Lazy Susan (or Lazy Suzy) is a turntable (rotating tray) placed on a table or
countertop to aid ... Edison's daughters, the earliest use of these "serviettes" or "
Mar 25, 2010 ... If you love a domestic mystery, consider the case of the Lazy Susan. ... ago, a
sloth named Susan inspired the entire galaxy of twirling servers.
Jun 17, 2002 ... The device itself predates the name "lazy Susan,'' as many antique ...
Dumbwaiters were so called because they quietly (hence "dumb'') took ...
Jun 9, 1996 ... Although it is an Americanism, the Lazy Susan does have European roots.
According to "The Encyclopedia of Furniture" (Crown Publishers, ...
Jul 1, 2014 ... What goes around comes around, half gone. Dear Word Detective: How did the
Lazy Susan get its name? -- Hannah. And why isn't it called a ...
Feb 21, 2014 ... A popular book of food anthropology even called it an “ethically ideal table ...
Technically, the “Lazy Susan revolving table” isn't a table at all.
I'm looking for a detailed history of the Lazy Susan, also called Turntable(http://
www.woodohio.com/gallery_lazysusans.html for some images), ...
We commissioned artisans to craft a copper lazy susan for our decor line, and its
popularity soon called for additional sizes and materials.
Apr 24, 2010 ... The origins of 'lazy Susan' were recently described as a domestic mystery. ... But
nobody knows who named it or who Susan might have been.
Aug 31, 2015 ... Has to be a little smaller than the one you made for them because the standard ...
Thus an inanimate device that took the place of a serving maid might be called a
“Lazy Susan” because it served, but entirely in a passive or ...