November 22, 2004

The Original Chestnutter!!! Chestnuts HO!!!!!

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I can agree completely with this guy from Gizmodo. Chestnut scoring, preparation, whatever you call it is indeed DANGEROUS. Watch your fingers, your arteries, you name it - you will be hurt one time or another. Luckily this little contraption can help you in the kitchen over the next 2 holidays AT LEAST!

"There's an age-old media tradition called "holiday pegging," which is nowhere as dirty as it sounds. All it means is that, come every Fourth of July, your local newspaper is bound to run some heartwarming tale about a war widow who knits American flags from dental floss. Or the week leading up to Christmas, there's always a zillion stories about what happens to kid's letters to Santa. You get the idea. In that cloying spirit, Gizmodo's going whole hog with this Thanksgiving thing, and brining you the very best in gadgetry meant to enhance the feast.

We'll start with Jasco Inc.'s Chestnutter--again, not as dirty as it sounds. This patented contraption scores chestnuts for roasting, with (supposedly) minimal bodily harm as comared to traditional paring knives. I think the Jasco pitch puts it best: "No more dreading the chore of preparing chestnuts." Yep, chestnut preparation has always been my greatest fear. Obviously."

Via Gizmodo: The Original Chestnutter

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 22, 2004 10:19 PM
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Contact: Danielle Cohen, PR/ADV JASCO, Inc.
(201) 638-6239, crly2str8@aol.com

For Immediate Release:

JASCO Unveils Bold New Plans for the Fabled Chestnutter

Today JASCO Inc. the company who created the Chestnutter, an invention which took the food appliance industry by storm last fall, unveiled its plans for this summer’s sleeker and stronger new model. The Chestnutter, a creation from the mind of the renowned inventor Sharon Siegel became the latest household necessity for all nut lovers.

The Chestnutter, an easily used device, has quickly gained a reputation for making chestnuts fun again. When it debuted last fall, the Chestnutter quickly gained a reputation for bringing the daily usage of chestnuts back into fashion. Until now, chestnut lovers came to expect the hazards of tediously and cautiously preparing their favorite delicacy, now the Chestnutter allows the process to be done with ease. This years model features include a stronger hinge allowing for even the toughest of nuts to be cracked. At the same time an enhancement of the bowl allows for more efficient use than ever before.

Sharon Siegel, long known by her friends and neighbors as the innovative answer of all your household needs, was finally convinced to share her ideas with the public last year. Ms. Siegel, mother of six, grandmother of 21, realized long ago the importance of making even the most mundane of household chores faster, easier, and more efficient.

“Whether you’re roasting chestnuts as a holiday treat, or using them in your favorite recipe, chestnut lovers can finally satisfy their craving without slicing their fingers. We have always known the chestnut to be a healthy and delicious experience, yet one filled with seemingly unavoidable difficulties. The Chestnutter takes us away from the outdated methods of chestnut preparation and brings us into a new age where modern technology and practical efficiency come together to simplify our enjoyment of one of natures most delicious pleasures,” said Ms. Siegel.

The Chestnutter can be found at www.chestnutter.com as well as specialty houseware stores nationwide. For any questions or comments please call JASCO at (201) 568-3227, who knows, you just might catch Ms. Siegel working on her next invention.

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Posted by: danielle at November 8, 2005 7:33 PM

Contact: Danielle Cohen, PR/ADV JASCO, Inc.
(201) 638-6239, crly2str8@aol.com

For Immediate Release:

JASCO Unveils Bold New Plans for the Fabled Chestnutter

Today JASCO Inc. the company who created the Chestnutter, an invention which took the food appliance industry by storm last fall, unveiled its plans for this summer’s sleeker and stronger new model. The Chestnutter, a creation from the mind of the renowned inventor Sharon Siegel became the latest household necessity for all nut lovers.

The Chestnutter, an easily used device, has quickly gained a reputation for making chestnuts fun again. When it debuted last fall, the Chestnutter quickly gained a reputation for bringing the daily usage of chestnuts back into fashion. Until now, chestnut lovers came to expect the hazards of tediously and cautiously preparing their favorite delicacy, now the Chestnutter allows the process to be done with ease. This years model features include a stronger hinge allowing for even the toughest of nuts to be cracked. At the same time an enhancement of the bowl allows for more efficient use than ever before.

Sharon Siegel, long known by her friends and neighbors as the innovative answer of all your household needs, was finally convinced to share her ideas with the public last year. Ms. Siegel, mother of six, grandmother of 21, realized long ago the importance of making even the most mundane of household chores faster, easier, and more efficient.

“Whether you’re roasting chestnuts as a holiday treat, or using them in your favorite recipe, chestnut lovers can finally satisfy their craving without slicing their fingers. We have always known the chestnut to be a healthy and delicious experience, yet one filled with seemingly unavoidable difficulties. The Chestnutter takes us away from the outdated methods of chestnut preparation and brings us into a new age where modern technology and practical efficiency come together to simplify our enjoyment of one of natures most delicious pleasures,” said Ms. Siegel.

The Chestnutter can be found at www.chestnutter.com as well as specialty houseware stores nationwide. For any questions or comments please call JASCO at (201) 568-3227, who knows, you just might catch Ms. Siegel working on her next invention.

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Posted by: danielle at November 8, 2005 7:32 PM
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