March 4, 2008
This is a cool idea. This pancake mold creates pancakes with hollow centers, so you can stack the pancakes and fill the hole with syrup or jam. Comes with a set of three in three sizes.
Stack & Fill Pancake Molds
February 27, 2008
Why not a mortar and pestle inspired by Vikings? The mortar has a non-slip base to keep it steady while the pestle has an ergonomic shape.
At Viking Pestle And Mortar
This is cool looking and functional. This sold aluminum jigger was designed to try to put the six most common liquid measures into the smallest possible dispenser. The measurements are .5 oz, .75 oz, 1 oz, 1.5 oz, 2 oz, and 2.25 oz. The cube measures 3 inches per side.
At Jigger Cube
February 21, 2008
This acts as a juicer and a press for berries, melons, grapes, and other fruits. It has a nonstick base with a pouring spout.
At Orka Fruit Juicer/Press
February 14, 2008
This basting set allows you to warm the sauce in the two-cup stainless steel pot and then use the brush to baste meat or fish. The brush stays upright, so your counter is free from spills and splatters.
At Baste & Brush
February 12, 2008
Can something this amazing even be real? Sometimes we sit back and scream with excitement here at Kitchen Contraptions when a heart stopping magical kitchen wonder is upon us. The 4-in-1 Hot Dog Maker will cook your hot dogs, and it can also make popcorn, boil eggs, warm your buns, and steam them too. And we have to note - the things the buns are on - WARMING SPIKES. Beware! Best of all - it's only $29.48 to arrive in cholesterol heaven.
At Gizmodo at Spillsbury
February 11, 2008
You can just use a toothpick or a knife or fork to test your cake, but if you must have your own implement, here it is.
At OXO Good Grips Cake Tester
February 6, 2008
This looks like a needle, but is actually an apple corer with a plunger. You push the plunger to remove the core and push it again to eject the core from the corer.
At Calphalon Apple Corer with Plunger
February 1, 2008
There are gadgets for cutting just about every fruit. This one cuts grapefruits into grapefruit sections. You stick the cutter in the and turn. It has a safe, arc-shaped, segmented blade with ergonomic handle.
At Orka Grapefruit Cutter
January 28, 2008
Chef’s Quad-Timer Professional is the cooking timer you need to keep things from being well - overdone. We use timed cooking for the majority of our cooking - including meat. Once you know how long something takes, you can do the basic legwork of getting it done by timing what you're doing. Timers are also really good for things like cookies, cakes, or other baked items.
The Chef’s Quad-Timer Professional has four at-a-glance indicator lights arranged like stovetop burners. Each light can be in one of two modes: Green means still cooking; red means the timer’s gone off. Expired timers count up after beeping, showing how long you may have over-cooked.
Via The Red Ferret Journal at Chef’s Quad-Timer Professional