May 10, 2007
It looks like a machete, but it's a spatula specially designed for flipping crepes, pancakes, and eggs. The blade supposedly slides under the crepe easily and you flip easily with a twist of the wrist. Sounds to me like something that might take some practice, though.
If you are always afraid of chopping off your fingers, when you are cutting fruits and vegetables, this mandoline is all about safety. The mandoline comes with six blades. A safety button locks in the blades, so they can't move out of place. The food holder slides up and down on the mandoline’s grooved rail, which keeps the motion controlled and on track. Food stays secured with the food guide, which pushes food through the holder and grips it with its sharp teeth.
At Zyliss Safety Rail-Guided Mandoline
May 8, 2007
Williams-Sonoma now has garnishing squeeze bottles. You can use them to pour sauce on plates or to baste food while cooking. This set of three has three different angled tips. The tips are color coded--green (narrow), gray (wide), and red (basting).
May 7, 2007
We have a vacuum marinator and it seems to work pretty well, but this one also tumbles:
Marinates meats, poultry, fish, veggies, tofu, fruit in just 5 to 20 minutes and does a better job than 24 hours of pan or bag soak marination. The Patent-pending MariVac process uses a commercial-grade vacuum pump, which removes the air from the barrel causing the food's fibers to relax and stretch open to absorb substantially more marinade than pan soaking. Then the tumbling action massages and works the marinade deep into the food for moist fall-off -the-fork tender flavorful results.
At Reveo MariVac Food Tumbler
April 18, 2007
It may not seem like it right now (at least not in the Northeast), but summer is coming.This mold creates two hamburger patties that are perfect for the grill. The patties are 4½" wide and 1" thick. And the interior features a raised grill-like surface.
At Double Hamburger Press
April 13, 2007
What I like about these measuring cups (other than the cheery colors) is the pour spout. The cups are made from melamine and come in a set of four, ¼ cup, 1/3 cup, ½ cup, and 1 cup capacities
At Zak Designs Multi-Color Measuring Cups
April 12, 2007
Having measuring cups that stack would be a big help to me. This set comes with three measuring sizes-- 1 cup, 2 cups, and 4 cups. The measurements can be read from above and on both sides of all the cups.
At Zyliss Mix-N-Measure Stackable Measuring Cup Set with Lid
April 11, 2007
This lemon squeezer filters out seeds and pulp and keeps hands clean. It also turns inside out for cleaning.
At LaPrima Shops
April 5, 2007
These spoons look like wooden spoons, but they are made out of nylon and fiberglass, so they won't stain or splinter and they are dishwasher safe.
March 29, 2007
I don't understand my husband's love for poached eggs, but the poachpod would allow him to poach one egg at a time. You poach the egg in the silicone pod. When the egg is ready, flip the pod inside out.