June 6, 2008
This is a constant problem in our house. We buy herbs and they go bad before we have a chance to use them up. This preserves herbs for up to three weeks. You fill it with water and store in the fridge.
At Prepara 'Herb-Savor'
June 5, 2008
Square is the new round when it comes to colanders. The cool thing about this handle to allow you to lift and empty the colander with one hand. It also has rounded corners, so you can poor the contents out.
At Joseph Joseph Square Colander
May 21, 2008
There are garlic peelers and there are garlic graters. This gadget combines both implements. It supposedly peels and grates with a single turn. It can also be used for ginger.
At Orka Garlic Peeler and Grater
May 8, 2008
One thing we do when grilling is to check the temperature of the meats on the grill. Some people cook with time, and use just their eye, but on larger cuts of meats, and when cooking lots of meat at once - you can end up with underdone chicken or pork loins. We recently got this new CDN 2-IN-1 PROBE THERMOMETER you can use for grilling or in a conventional oven as well. We took it out for a test drive, and the easy to read temperature, along with color coded scale for "doneness" does the trick. The 2-IN-1 Probe Thermometer also rests on it's side easily, allowing you to put it down without fear of it tumbling off it's grill perch.
- High heat probe
- Preprogrammed & programmable
- Dual progress display
- Target range indication
- Color-coded scale
- Pre-alert 10° before target temp
- Overcooked alert for 10° after target temp
We're grilling some pork chops here. The 2-In-1 Thermometer
is easy to hold - and you can see the large display reads easily
from the picture.
We suggest you check it out. The pre-alert and overcooked alert functions were a lifesaver. We often get interrupted to deal with other items or just the kids needing something while grilling.
At CDN - The Time and Temperature Company
May 7, 2008
Ever feel like squishing someone under a big pot? You can live your fantasy without hurting anyone with this trivet. This pot holder in the shape of a person is made with durable steel and can withstand any heavy pot. When not in use, you can hang it up. It comes in red and silver.
At Hotman Trivet Pot Holder
May 2, 2008
A new way to run a chopper--this vegetable chopper has a handle that you pull just like starting a lawnmower. It holds 30 oz.
At Chef'n VeggieChop
April 17, 2008
Grill season is almost here, and this has all your barbeque tools in one. This stainless steel implement includes a spatula, bottle opener, meat tenderizer, tong, and knife edge.
At 5-in-1 Spatula/Tongs Barbeque Tools
April 16, 2008
If you have problems with burnt hot dogs on the grill, this may be the product for you. It cooks the hot dogs from the inside out. You can use it on the grill or in the oven.
The WienerStick Stainless Steel Hot Dog Rack
April 14, 2008
We always make bacon in the microwave, but this cast-iron press can be used to flatten bacon strips in the pan, so that it cooks with minimal shrinkage. You can use the press to grill sandwiches and quesadillas too.
Cast-Iron Bacon Press
We're always looking for a way to go back and time, and sample some of life's finer pleasures in our kitchen or in this case bar. If you're making a ton of drinks at your party, you're going to want a motorized martini shaker - trust us. Simply press a button to start the mixing action, and you're on your way to an expertly shaken cocktail. With a removable cap and an easy pour spout, the Retro Martini Shaker allows you to effortlessly make the martini of your choice without the hassle of shaking - a hands free martini if there ever was one.
- Retro-styled martini shaker holds 16 ounces
- Creates martini drinks without the hassle of shaking
- Simple press-button operation starts the mixing action
- Removable cap and easy-pour spout for graceful serving
At Nostalgia Electrics MSH-105 16-Ounce Retro-Style Martini Shaker