December 21, 2009
This pie gate holds the filling in place between servings. The pie doesn't fall apart and stays fresher longer. It fits most 8" and 9" pie plates.
At Pie Gate
December 16, 2009
Want an easy way to make pancakes? This pancake pen makes it easy to fill pancake pans or molds or draw pancakes in any shape you want. The bottle has measurement markings on the side, so you can mix the batter in the bottle. Turn it over and squeeze to get the batter out. The bottle holds 3 cups of batter.
At Pancake Pen
December 15, 2009
This rather cool gadget for making healthier burgers makes the fat go to the sides of the Burger Buddy instead of straight to your system. The Burger Buddy removes up to 50% of the fat from cooked hamburgers, and it retains that all-beef taste. It even works with boneless fatty meats like sausages.
At The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer
December 10, 2009
Instead of using plastic wrap to cook food in the microwave, you can use these reuseable splatter covers. The covers can be placed on top of dishes to keep the food from making a mess in the microwave and then stored flat in a drawer.
At Microwave Splatter Covers, Reusable Cooking Covers
December 9, 2009
It isn't exactly ice pop weather, but this still seems cool. This pop maker has cast-aluminum molds that enable rapid, uniform freezing without any electricity. You store the base in the freezer. You can make up to nine pops before you need to refreeze it. In addition, the pop sticks have ridged designs that allow the pops to adhere and drip guards.
At Zoku Quick Pop Maker
December 8, 2009
If you want to make sure your immune system is strong, eat lots of vitamin C. Citrus fruit is a good way to get vitamin C, and this fruit set helps you get plenty of citrus. The green spoon is for peeling and eating kiwi and scooping out grapefruit segments. The orange spoon is made for peeling and selecting orange, tangerine, or clementine segments.
At Vitamin C Set
November 17, 2009
This grater is also a storage device. The grater has a clear base with volume markings. It comes with three grater surfaces--fine, medium, and parmesan. It also has a clear lid for storage. It holds up to two cups.
At Progessive Grate-and-Store
November 16, 2009
This puts a modern spin on the old honey jar. The sleek jar includes a honey spoon made out of silicone, so the honey won't stick to the spoon, making it easy to drizzle over food or in your tea.
At Honey Jar w/ Silicone Spoon
November 12, 2009
I had a cookbook holder, but I stopped using it because it was very unwieldy. I really like this idea. The holder attaches under the kitchen cabinet and swings out when needed. The front ledge holds the pages back and also is magnetic, so you can attach other recipes to it. When you are done, the cookbook holder folds back under the cabinet.
At Umbra Cooknook Cookbook Holder
October 30, 2009
The QOOQ is a kitchen computer and it comes with 10 recipes from chefs on video, and you might as well know up front - currently it's in French only. QOOQ also can connect to the internet over the Ethernet or Wifi, and you can even subscribe to monthly updates for more recipes on video. There is also a meal planner and a shopping list maker that will also help before the cooking. Oddly enought QOOQ doesn't have an Internet Browser, but it can be used to update recipes, get weather information, internet radio stations, and can also be used as a digital picture frame.
Sounds perfect for our kitchen, though currently we've been enjoying our Squeezbox Radio. Also - it's tough to make the transition to a device that stores recipes when all of our recipes are snipped from Cooking Light, and other magazines. Time will tell if the kitchen computer catches on, but if they can bridge the gap and get our offline recipes online - we'll be a taker.
Via Coolest Gadgets at QOOQ