September 13, 2011

Rechargeable UV Disinfecting Wand Keeps Kitchen Counters Clean

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If your kitchen and bathroom surfaces freak you out when you think of germs and other baddies on them, then getting UV disinfecting wand is probably a great idea for you. The Rechargeable UV Disinfecting Wand safely Kills 99.99% of all surface bacteria and viruses within 10 seconds using the UV power of light. It also eliminates, lice, fleas and dust mites.

  • 13” of coverage lets you sweep large areas quickly and effectively
  • Safely kills 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, eggs of dust mites, fleas and lice in seconds
  • Produces Multi-wave length 185-365 nm UV light
  • 10-second timer switch
  • Kills germs associated with allergies, colds & flu
  • Not for use on animals or humans
  • Features a child-resistant lock for safety
  • Comes with a rechargeable battery with AC adapter
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August 23, 2011

Fat Magnet Absorbs Fat in Your Cooking

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Fat magnet absorbs fat so you don't have to eat it and well get fat. Fat Magnet helps to instantly reduce calories, lower cholesterol and create healthier meals by removing and absorbing excess fat that floats on the surface of foods. You just freeze Fat Magnet, and then skim the surface and fat is gone sucked up into the Fat Magnet. Fat Magnet is designed to be used in soups, gravies, stews, chili and other liquids.

Via Random Good Stuff at FAT MAGNET from Taylor Gifts

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July 28, 2011

BluApple Makes Fruit Last Longer and Stay Fresh

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We've been using the BluApple over the past week and as you can see above - our bananas with blue apple are much fresher and less ripe than the banana left out in the cold. Why? Well ethylene gas is given off naturally by fruits and vegetables as a signaling mechanism in order to coordinate uniform ripening, and this causes quick ripening and spoilage too soon.

You can use it in your fruit bowl or even your fruit storage drawer. Results for us in both locations resulted in well - fruit lasting longer and less spoilage. Thanks again to BluApple for sending, and after these run out in about 3-4 months we'll be getting another set to keep our fruit lasting longer and that way less of it ends up in the compost bin because we didn't get time to eat it.

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July 27, 2011

Han Solo in Carbonite Silicon Tray Ice Cube Maker

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This is one of our favorite scenes in the Empire Strikes back, and we can see a carbonite manhattan in our future for sure. Each flexible tray has six small chambers and one big one to make ice cubes or even fill with chocolate and make mini Han treats. The mold is made out of silicone and they recommend hand washing the Han Solo in Carbonite Silicon Tray, and we think that's worth the trade off when we see Han in our beverage and sweet tooth future.

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July 21, 2011

Make Your Own Popsicles and Beat the Summer Heat

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It's going to be uber hot here in the Northeast over the next few days, and we think making your own popsicles is one way to beat the summer heat. This set of six yellow Groovy pop molds with custom base let's you fill them with kids' favorite juice flavors and freeze for yummy cooling treats. The innovative design allows removal of pops one at a time, and the handles feature built-in sticks and drip guards.

At Yellow Groovy Ice Pop Molds

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July 18, 2011

StemGrip Stemware Holder for Washing Wine Glasses in Your Dishwasher

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Once you break a wine glass in your dishwasher, or are unhappy with the results you'll need one of these. The StemGrip holds wine glasses so they will not touch in the dishwasher, and that means no more hand washing of wine glasses in your future. Stem Grip will pay for itself if you save just one Crystal Stem from damage, and each Stem Grip securely hold four pieces of Stemware.

At StemGrip Stemware Holder for Washing Wine Glasses in Your Dishwasher

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July 14, 2011

Chef’n Strawberry Huller

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William Sonoma's KitchenTECH feature is on this amazing strawberry huller from Chef'n. We eat a lot of strawberries, and taking the work out of getting the steams out, and also getting a little more berry in every bit seems like a great idea. We've never used a huller before, but this article shows us how to use one and not cut the tops off of our favorite berries.

How does it work? We'll it's pretty simple - basically there's a claw that extends into the strawberry top and pulls out the top while you twist it.

Pushing down on the green button extends a “claw.” You push the claw into the strawberry top, release the button slightly to allow the claw to grab on, and twist while you are pulling out. The claw extracts the stem, leaves and hull, leaving you with the perfect berry.
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July 13, 2011

Chocolate and Multi Use Mill

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This Chocolate / Multi Use Mill can be used on chocolate morsels or chunks to create decorative shavings, along with being used for nuts, garlic, and anything else you need to grind. Cost is just $35 bucks, and the mill is also compact at just 4 1/2 inches tall. Note this is not a grinder - it's a mill so you will get shavings instead of bits - which for chocolate and others is much better to have larger thin pieces to make it hit the palette in a bigger way.

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July 6, 2011

Atlas Brass Pepper Mill

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This pepper mill looks like it comes from the Stargate Steam Punk universe, or even Leonardo Da Vinci's workshop. It's hand made to exacting standards, and the grinding mechanism is designed to grind the pepper maximizing the flavor and aroma. It has a flanged base for stability, and is perhaps one of the coolest looking pepper mills we've seen in a long time.

At Atlas Brass Pepper Mill

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May 19, 2011

8 Must Have Healthy Kitchen Gadgets Help You Lose Weight

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The The Times of India has a pretty extensive article on 8 kitchen gadgets which will help you lose weight? How? Well they claim an oil mister, apple divider, herb mill, grater or zester, handheld chopper, and kitchen scissors will do the trick. We have to agree.

By being in touch with your food and portion control you can easily shave off calories, and also make your food taste better and be prepared with less oil. A grater or zester will help prepare a meal not topped with heavy toppings but a nice citrus topper with zero calories. The herb mill is a great way to add kick to food with no calories, and the apple divider will prepare you quick snacks that are not large.

The big takeaway for us is just getting some tools to help you make a healthy meal. Another great option is to add a kitchen scale to help with portion control, and we're surprised they did not add that to the mix. Another great item to add - a water pitcher. Drinking more water fills you up and fresh pure water makes you feel great. We hope these tips get your spring kicked off and weight loss or maintenance is in your future.

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