October 1, 2007
This looks like it would do a great job of cutting through pizza.It was invented by a surgeon and they know a thing or two about cutting. It has one large wheel that slices through the cheese and one small wheel that cuts through the remaining cheese and crust.
At Van Vacter Pizza Cutter
I've been craving some pumpkin ravioli recently. If you've got a pasta machine, you can use this ravioli maker to make your own ravioli. It makes 10 ridged ravioli casings with one metal and one plastic mold.
At VillaWare Ravioli Maker
September 28, 2007
This slicer has four different blades, so it can be used with all different types of produce. It works great if you need to create fine strips of vegetables very quickly.
At Kanekichi Turning Slicer Benriner
September 27, 2007
With these bottle openers, you can pretend that you are cracking open a beer after a hard day fixing pipes. The cast iron bottle openers come in the shape of tools--one looks like a wrench, the other like pliers.
At Cast Iron Bottle Openers
This is a great idea. The wand stores oil in the bulb. Squeeze the bulb and the bulb releases oil to the heat resistant silicone brush, so you can baste. It also has a base for storage.
At Chef'n Oilwand
September 26, 2007
A flexible spatula that is not made of plastic. This spatula is stainless steel with a porcelain handle. Good for getting out the hard to remove pieces.
At Miles Kimball
September 21, 2007
You can now rid your fruit and other things you want to eat with the Lotus Sanitizing System system. Frankly, I'm tired of itchy mouth from pesticides on my fruit, and having them uber clean is a pretty interesting option. Using ozone-infusion, this countertop system converts tap water into a chemical-free sanitizer that neutralizes up to 99% of pesticides and bacteria on produce and even meats. It also turns your tap water into an odorless, chemical-free household sanitizer and deodorizer—just use the included spray bottle and cleaning cloths. When it’s working, the LCD screen shows the system’s progress (time left and percentage completed so far). I'm thinking their won't be any Resident Evil like zombie outbreaks in our kitchen if we get this gem.
Via Shiny Shiny at Lotus Sanitizing System
September 13, 2007
We are Halloween crazy at Kitchen Contraptions. These skeleton spreaders are pretty cute. At least as cute as a skeleton can be. The handles are ceramic and the blades are stainless steel.
At Skeleton Spreaders
September 12, 2007
With the Tefal ActiFry, you can make french fries with less fat and less oil. Place up to a kilo of freshly cut chips into the cooking pan, then measure your preferred oil with the scoop provided, pour it over, and set the timer. Patented technology circulates hot air around your fries, whilst the mixing paddle evenly disperses the oil. The result is chips that are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, with only 3% fat content.
- The Actifry can also be used for cooking frozen chips, scampi, chicken drumsticks, stir-fried vegetables and lots more besides – recipe book included
- An odourless filter keeps your kitchen fresh, and you can check on progress through the viewing window
- Everything except the base can go into the dishwasher, and of course there’s no oil to filter after frying.
Via SCI FI Tech at Lakeland
September 10, 2007
I love pumpkin pancakes. And what could be better than eating pumpkin pancakes in the shape of a jack-o’-lantern, bat or witch shape? These pancake molds are nonstick, and the handles fold down for convenient storage.
At Halloween Pancake Molds