September 14, 2009
We've been using this rather simple yet amazing timer for over the past week (see us using it at Single Serve Coffee in a recent review), and are wondering why someone didn't invent this timer sooner. Well - Pyrex did. Yes the same company that makes all those dishes makes this digital timer and clock. How does it work? Simply twist to set the PYREX Digital Timer by twisting the dial and pushing down. We love how small yet big the button is - that's because the entire face is the button you push down.
- Single-push on/off
- Built-in magnets for fridge mounting
- Large face dial for easy reading
- Repeating alarm until turned off
At Pyrex® Products – Making Cooking a Little Easier and Pyrex Digital Timer
September 11, 2009
This seems like a great way to seal up bags. This lids attach to any bag and then pop open for easy pouring.
At Copco Round Bag Caps
August 19, 2009
We're always interested in a sanitizing method that doesn't use any chemicals. This sanitizing system decontaminates food and surfaces without harsh chemicals or residues by using an ozone method. It's absolutely safe, even for babies or people with sensitive skin; the system operates without poisons, toxic substances or fumes. It also works 3000 times faster than bleach with no odors, and is FDA and USDA approved. The process kills up to 99.9-Percent of germs and bacteria.
At Tersano lotus LBU100 Sanitizing System
August 11, 2009
We've been looking for the easiest home Sushi rolling available, and we think we've found it. You can make California rolls, plus all your favorite varieties of tuna maki and the like. The design allows easy cleaning of both the rice press mold and the roller. Also given these tough economic times, you can save money and make sushi at home. We've also found the kids love making sushi together, and creating out of this world unique rolls for themselves.
At Adventures in Sushi Magic Kit - Sushi Made Easy
August 6, 2009
This automatic pancake machine has pictures of Homer from the Simpsons affixed to the end of the maker eating infinite amounts of pancakes. YUM!. The ChefStack machine is designed to provide years of profitable service whether used in a convenience store, coffee shop, cafeteria or health care facility, or your home kitchen if you happen to have 20+ people in your household. :-)
- Two proprietary Teflon coated cooking belts ensure ongoing quality and taste, with an output of up to 200 pancakes per hour in three sizes.
- Machine is the size of a microwave oven and takes up little counter space - even for self-service
- Pancake Mix used is shelf stable for up to a year
Via Gizmodo at Pancakes. Delicious and Fresh - ChefStack - Machine
July 30, 2009
Eating outside in the summer is great fun as long as you don't get bothered by flies or other bugs. These see through domes shield your food from unwanted insects. Each tent has a collapsible metal frame and a top hook.
At Food Tents Set of 3
July 22, 2009
Having children means having a lot of half eaten fruit around. This gadget slips over a cut apple to keep it fresh longer. The unused portion of fruit is covered to keep air, dirt, and other elements off your food. There are also savers for lemons, onions, and tomatoes.
At Apple Saver by Evriholder
July 21, 2009
We're always looking for something more in the "chopped cube" format a result of our chopping. We just found the Vidalia Chop Wizard which chops vegetables, fruit, cheese, and more in half the time, and results the cube format. With one swift motion you can chop chop chop!T The chop wizard includes 2 super sharp insert discs for perfect chopping and dicing every time, and the catch container doubles as a measuring cup with marks from 1/2 cup up to 2 cups.
At Vidalia Chop Wizard
July 20, 2009
Need an easy way to make lemon or lime wedges? This gadget slices citrus fruits into six wedges.
At Citrus Wedger
July 15, 2009
The BagelPod slices bagels, buns and rolls, and provides safe, quick and easy slicing. The two specially designed serrated blades, made of heat treated 420A stainless steel metal, are always locked behind the units cutting mechanism while the Bagelpod slicer is open and in use. The two blades cannot be accidentally touched while this unit is in use, so it is 100% safe, and it's top rack dishwasher safe.