January 2, 2014
The Original Cooking Thermometer/Timer is an excellent kitchen appliance that has made my life easier. I bought one recently for only $24. Cooks Magazine rated this remarkable tool “Best of the Bunch” and it lives up to their high rating in more ways than one.
The latest cooking thermometer model has an On/Off switch that helps to save the battery life. All I have to do is stick the probe into the center of my roast, set the temperature at exactly where I want, close the oven door and the cooking timer sounds when the meat is ready. The product comes with a booklet that has a chef recommended temperature chart. I decided to use the chef recommended temperature and set it a few degrees lower so that there would be a continued rise during the time the meat rested outside of my oven. More details about this fantastic product’s features are below.
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November 10, 2013
Anyone who has ever cooked a roast knows the frustration of taking your “cooked to perfection” meal out of the oven, and then at carving time, you find it is certainly not ” cooked to perfection” after all. Instead, it is still raw in the center. This is when you would find a cooking thermometer probe extremely useful for ensuring your roast is cooked evenly throughout.
You need look no further than the ChefAlarm high temperature cooking probe from ThermoWorks to find what you need. It is the latest innovation in oven thermometers, and has been designed for use in commercial kitchens, and has features not found in ones designed for home cooking. This appliance is very high quality, but at an affordable price for the budget-conscious cook. It comes in 9 colors, all so attractive, you will have a hard time deciding which one to buy.
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September 12, 2012
This pizza cutter wheel with a free running roller blade sharpened on both sides looks like it will really do the job. The ergonomic handle is safe and easy to use. And because it's so large the handle provides effective pressure distribution. You can also easily disassemble it for cleaning.
June 4, 2012
Is there anything more classic for the summer than a lemon squeezer? A lemon squeezer is essential for any kitchen and a must for any home bar. With one you can enjoy fresh-squeezed lemon juice without electricity, batteries, or hard-to-operate juice squeezers. This squeezer provides pure juice without any seeds or pulp, and is crafted from sturdy aluminum and enameled in a fun citrus-inspired color.
May 29, 2012
For $25 this ice cream sandwich maker comes with both the molds to shape the ice cream and the indoor baking unit to make 2 round cookies and 2 rectangle cookies. Think how amazing everyone will find you when they realize you have ice cream sandwich making power not only this summer but year round.
May 7, 2012
The Zyliss FastCut Herb Tool is one of the herb cutting tools we've received to review in a long time. The high grade stainless steel cutting blades get the job done, while the soft touch ergonomic handle for keeps your hands from feeling abused. The blades rotate 90 degrees to offer the versatility of palm and grip use, and the blade cover protects the blade as well as your hands. The top comes off for easy cleaning, and best of all it's top-rack dishwasher safe.
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March 15, 2012
This colorful bouquet of utensils includes a Purple Tulip Whisk, Orange Flower Slotted Spoon, Blue Flower Solid Spoon, Green Leaf Spatula, Pink Pansy Slotted Turner and a White Vase. Each utensil head is crafted from heat resistant nylon, stainless steel, or silicone in bright, bold colors.
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March 9, 2012
These Kikkerland Rabbit Silicone Whisks have metal molded to create a rabbit silhouette in each whisk. The set of 2 whisks has two tone red and white silicone molded whisk bits, and is heat resistant and dishwasher safe.
March 7, 2012
Using the Thermapen is quick and easy. Here we
are testing the temperature of a cup of pressed coffee
that requires a brew temp of 186-190F.
Just open the probe and the Thermapen comes on. Close it and it shuts off. No buttons or switches to catch germs, confuse you and cause errors. We used our Thermapen (thanks to ThermoWorks for sending) over the past weekend to test various brew temperatures in our coffee makers to seek a perfect brew. Temp readings from the Thermapen were almost instant unlike our older kitchen thermometers, and we loved how easy it was to hold and put away.
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March 2, 2012
Thermoworks has sent us the Thermapen Thermometer to review, and we're very excited. We currently have a rather lackluster truly inaccurate thermometer. The Thermapen is fast - super fast they say, and we'll just have to be the judge over a week of cooking.
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February 17, 2012
These smiling peas will make you remember the early times with that loved on in your life. You can celebrate such times by seeing these two peas in a pod every night at dinner time.
At TWO PEAS IN A POD SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS
February 16, 2012
These modular kitchen tools will build upon each other allowing you to put them away or create Spoontula - a super spoon with more kitchen functionality than you need. There are four sets to choose from at $16 each. Each set has redesigns of forks, spatulas, and even spoons. Their bent handles make them easier to use in deeper pots, and a special groove near the top allows them to be combined and used as serving tools.
January 24, 2012
Did the Nasa Mars program just land a robotic garlic press on our countertops? We guess not but a Garlic Zoom XL did just land, and we're driving it around to garlic chopping success. How does it work? Just insert one or two peeled cloves in the trapdoor on top, close it up, and then drive your Zoom around the countertop. The stainless steel blades whizz around inside, slice and dicing the garlic.
- Clear acrylic body with stainless-steel chopping blades
- Fun for kids (the driving part! Don't let kids near the blades inside.)
- See-through design lets you see when garlic is chopped enough
- No more smelly garlic hands
- Blade unit removes for cleaning; top-rack dishwasher-safe
December 22, 2011
Modern Mechanix found from the February, 1930 issue of Modern Mechanics. According to 1930's scientists, the human body produces enough heat to cook potatoes as long as you put this kitchen contraption on your head.
Scientists have learned that our bodies are living machines of the combustion type in which the burning of fuel (food) is accompanied by the consumption of oxygen, liberation of heat energy and production of carbon dioxide as is the case in all combustion engines. Scientists find that the heat from a single person, if properly focussed, would be sufficient to cook potatoes.
Maybe they'll call you Mr. or Mrs. Potato head but we expect the yummy mashed results will be worth the burn.