December 10, 2008
Sliders are delicious. This set contains all the tools you need to make your very own mini burgers. It includes a press to make the right shapes, a basket that holds nine burgers at one time, and a cutter to cut hamburger buns to the right size.
At Slider' Mini-Burger Tools
December 8, 2008
The Progressive Tower Slicer makes quick work of slicing your fruits and veggies, because in one swift motion you can evenly slice large chunks of tomatoes, cucumbers, lemons, potatoes, onions, apples, carrots and more. You simply insert the slicing blade, and then place your produce on the blade insert. Next, you position the pusher lid over the container and press down firmly and quickly. We really like the design and colors, along with truly being able to see how much you've sliced and how things are performing as you slice.
Via Random Good Stuff At Progressive International Tower Slicer
November 21, 2008
One of my biggest peeves when mixing with my KitchenAid mixer is the way the blades that come with the machine don't scrape everything off the side. This blade has flexible rubber wings that continually scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl,so you don't have to stop and scrape. The blade works with any tilt-head mixer.
At New Metro Design Beater Blade
November 18, 2008
What's not to like here? Just fill your favourite blend of tea and put the tea egg into the hot water of your teacup. Tea egg? We love the name, and we love the fact it floats. The tea-egg always stays on the surface of the water: Dry, cool and ready to be taken out cleanly and safely instead of leaving a burning trail of hot water on your trousers. Once your tea is ready, just put your tea-egg back on the supplied stand.
Via Gizmodiva.com at Pro-Idee
November 14, 2008
S'mores are delicious. Who wants to wait for a campfire in order to make them? This S'mores maker allows you to make S'mores in the microwave. The water reservoir ensures that the graham crackers, marshmellows, and chocolate all heat at the same time. And arms hold the S'mores in place so they don't slide apart.
At S'mores Maker
November 13, 2008
Different meats call for different types of basting. This baster has two attachments. It has an open-mouthed sshower head attachment that releases a wide stream of sauce or juice. It also has an injector that sends a precise stream of goodness directly into a desired location. The body of the baster gives measurements in both ounces and milliliters.
At Cuisipro Dual Baster
This implement is both a fork and spatula in one. You can use the fork to lift meat out of the pain. Then slide the nylon sheaths over the fork to turn the tool into scoops. The nylon scrappers are heat resistant and won't scrape the bottom of the pan.
At Meat Lifters/Roaster Spoons
November 4, 2008
Both fascinating, and gruesome all at the same time, the Calamente Fork meets pasta hook is a kitchen contraption all in itself. Made to ensure a full loading of pasta in every twirl, make sure you stay seated to you don't impale some part of yourself when you get up with your plate on the way back to the kitchen.
Via Gizmodo and Trends in Japan
October 31, 2008
I'm terrible at opening wine bottles, but this promises to make it easy. It can open up to 30 bottles with the touch of a button. It has a rechargeable base and is designed to fit all traditional wine bottles. A foil cutter is included to remove the seal.
At Oster 4207 Electric Wine Opener
Nothing sounds better than hot donuts on a cold morning. You can make your own donuts with the help of this donut cutter. The center blade is removable, so you can also use it for biscuits and cookies. The cutter is 2 3/4 inches in diameter.
At Norpro 3496 Donut and Cookie Cutter