October 31, 2007
This splatter screen is made of stainless steel mesh. The long, curved handle supposedly stays cool to the touch. Designed to fit 10"/28 cm and 12"/34 cm pans.
At Cuisipro Dome Splatter Screen
October 29, 2007
Three blade action for all your peeling needs. The blades nest inside the handle of the peeler when you aren't using it.
At Trio Tri-Blade Peeler
October 26, 2007
Microwaving butter is tricky--you don't want it to get too hot. This butter melter can help. The lid has a blade that helps cut the butter and mix the liquid. It also has pour spouts on both sides. It holds up to one cup of butter.
At Microwavable Butter Melter
October 25, 2007
If you like your mashed potatoes really smooth, this may be the masher for you. This masher has two discs at the bottom. You can slide your potatoes in and they will be mashed from both sides.
At MIU Double Disc Stainless-Steel Potato Masher
October 23, 2007
The Clear2O™ Water Filtration System produces cleaner water and removes five times more NSF certified contaminants through a unique block carbon filter that uses pressure to force the water through solid carbon and eliminates more contaminants than granulated or powered carbon found in most pitcher filters. The result is cleaner, healthier, great tasting water and a pitcher that holds 50% more filtered water, and can be filled in 38 seconds – nearly 9 times faster than the other comparable filtered water pitchers.
October 18, 2007
This is one serious slicer. Sur La Table says it is the best they have tested. The blade is made with VG-10 Super Steel. The pusher glides on a rail and has a self-adjusting spring to keep food as close to the blade as possible. The mandoline comes with three sizes of julienne blades.
At Shun Mandoline
October 17, 2007
It is time to start thinking about Thanksgiving and mashed potatoes. This stainless steel masher has a silicone wrap, which means you can mash potatoes and protect your nonstick cookware. The horizontal handle is supposed to increase your leverage. Mash away.
At OXO Good Grips Potato Masher
October 14, 2007
Way back in 2005, we featured an Automatic Donut Maker. Little did we know the Automatic Donut Maker would be such a hit, and people to this day write in comments and send us email weekly on where to get one. Well - the trouble with the Automatic Donut Maker was - it was only available for commercial business.
Well - thank god for the Dough-Nu-Matic. The name may sound a bit strange, but the unit makes mini-donuts, and is designed for the home. The device contains an enclosed oil fryer, which will keep the clean up to a minimum, and it only costs $129.99 to make dough-nuts or donuts in less than 6 minutes. I can see myself with my mouth open at one end having mini-doughnuts pour in.
Via Gizmodo at Dough-Nu-Matic
October 12, 2007
We currently have a not so great chopper and no hand blender. This combo set of immersion blender and the tools looks like it might fix our situation. I think I can easily see smoothies in my future.
At KitchenAid Immersion Hand Blender with Chopper
October 11, 2007
This is an interesting alternative to a spoon rest. The collars have a flexible middle that attach to most kitchen tools. Magnets secure the collar to the utensil. Comes in a set of two.
At Drip-Less Collars (set of 2)