May 29, 2009
We often eat a large quantity of shrimp on the Memorial Day Weekend, and this year was no exception except thanks to the Shrimp Butler - less mess. It often takes us just over an hour to peel, and devein all the shrimp our hungry stomachs require. This task was cut to about 10 minutes thanks to the Shrimp Butler.
Shrimp Butler, commonly referred to as a shrimp peeler, is an all in one shrimp butterflier and shrimp deveiner. Shuck the loose shrimp peelings under the faucet and your shrimp are ready for cooking.
It's sad - but it's really that simple. Check out the link below for a full set of demonstrations on how to use the Shrimp Butler, but it's drop dead simple and amazing. This also means we'll be eating shrimp, and grilling shrimp more often.
At Shrimp Butler
May 28, 2009
This corer has adjustable blades, so you can choose whether to halve or quarter your fruit. It works with peaches, pears, and apples.
At Progressive Adjustable Pit and Split
May 20, 2009
I love stuffed jalapeño peppers and this gadget allows you to stuff peppers and then roast them over a grill. The grill holds up to 18 stuffed or whole peppers upright.
At Jalapeño Pepper Roaster
May 13, 2009
Fresh mozzarella and tomatoes are a great summertime treat. Mozzarella can be difficult to cut, so this slicer may help with preparing the mozzarella.
At Slicer by Mario Batali
May 12, 2009
I've been known to put my ice cream in the microwave to soften it up, but this heated ice cream scoop might do the trick. You just fill the handle with warm water and scoop. The scoop is made from steel and has an extra long handle.
At Heated Ice Cream Scoop
April 30, 2009
Want to make sure you get perfectly shaped burgers? These hamburger makers adjust to form 1/4, 1/3, or 1/2 lb. regular burgers or 1, 2, or 3 oz. sliders.
April 24, 2009
I've encountered a lot of tough jars lately, so anything that claims to help is appealing. It uses suction with ridges to open jars without damaging the lids.
Twist Assist Jar Opener
April 21, 2009
Finding the perfect way to cook bacon is difficult. This microwave bacon cooker allows the grease to drip off while cooking. The bacon is drapped over a hanger and the grease drips into the pan. The pan has a spout to allow you to pour off the grease.
At Bacon Genie
April 16, 2009
This tool helps you transfer chopped veggies or cheese or other items from the cutting board to the pan or bowl and measure at the same time. It comes with two removable measuring cups that hold up to two cups.
At PrepTaxi Measuring Scoops
April 15, 2009
This looks like a great way to cut pizza without messing up the toppings. This stainless steel knife ensures that cuts will be straight and complete. The handle has a polypropylene grip. The blade is 14 inches long, and the knife is dishwasher safe.
At LamsonSharp Stainless Steel Pizza Rocker Knife