January 25, 2008
Nothing says spring like a flower shaped spatula. The flower-shaped head is made out of nylon and is heat resistant to 400 degrees. The handle is made of brushed stainless steel.
At Flower Flexible Spatula
January 23, 2008
Do your salads need a little better presentation? The Saladacco (love the name) is a Japanese spiral cutter. You rotate the handle to make long ribbons and thin strands out of firm whole vegetables like potatoes, carrots, radishes, and zucchini.
January 17, 2008
This utensil can do it all. It is a stainless steel slotted spatula with a sharpened edge. You can use it to whip, beat, scrape, turn, mix, blend, chop, drain, strain, cut, serve brownies and cakes, and remove frost in your freezer.
At Happi Helper
January 16, 2008
This looks cool and is practical. It is a combination pepper grinder and salt shaker. You can shake salt from the top or grind pepper from the bottom. It has a dial to adjust the courseness of the pepper. And it comes in fun colors like avocado and cherry.
At Chef'n Bistro Grind Combo Grinder/Salt Shaker
January 14, 2008
This is a cool looking cheese plane. It is made of 18/10 gauge stainless steel and is specifically designed for slicing hard or medium cheese.
At Stelton Cheese Plane
January 10, 2008
Cutting onions can be tricky. This onion holder keeps the onion steady while you slice away. It comes with a stainless steel bar to remove onion odor from your hands.
At Onion Holder & Odor Remover
January 3, 2008
We like making sure after a session of cooking, or handling raw meat that our hands are squeaky clean. Currently we use a pump soap dispenser that you have to touch, it's nice to see simplehuman has come up with a hands free soap dispenser for the kitchen. Features automatic soap dispensing, blinking light that flash for 20 seconds to let you know your hands are germ-free, and an easy fill opening and volume dial.
At Sensor Soap Dispenser
January 2, 2008
The Hot Rock is a very unique dining concept. Each diner cooks their own meat on a volcanic stone! The idea of cooking on rocks has been used for centuries by all different cultures, and the evolution of this cooking process has been captured by Hot Rock. No oil or fat is required to be used. It is ideal for meat and vegetarian dishes. Hot Rock meals are quick, entertaining, healthy and delicious if you know how to cook your meat.
At Kitchen Rocks
December 28, 2007
Top Chef's have been using a Culinary Laser Thermometer for years in their kitchens to precisely take the temperature of cooking surfaces before putting food on a hot surface. This avoids burning, undercooking and sticking to the pan. The BonJour Culinary Laser Thermometer Guide takes the guess work out of vague cooking terms such as sear, simmer and saute.
At BonJour Culinary Laser Thermometer
December 26, 2007
When it's time for some monkey business, put this cute little guy to work. The funky monkey peeler features ergonomic design with textured grip that only a monkey can deliver.
At Boston Warehouse Monkey Peeler