August 30, 2006
If you are a fan of melons, this will help you get even slices. You cut the melon in half, remove the seeds, push down the Melon Ease, and turn the handle.
At Miles Kimball
August 21, 2006
This basting brush has ball head bristles made with heat-resistant silicone. The design of the bristles supposedly allows an even flow of oil, butter, or sauce.
August 16, 2006
Do you have trouble getting your chopped food from the counter to the pan? With this scoop, you can transfer up to three cups of food. It is made from stainless steel and is dishwasher safe.
August 8, 2006
This kitchen garden can provide you with herbs all year round. Even better, it tells you what it needs, so it is perfect for non-green thumbs like me.
Herbi can even communicate with you. Herbi was designed to autonomous operation but from time to time, averaging out to about once a month, the control units ph + , ph - , nutrient feed and water reserve must be replenished. Herbi lets you know when it needs assistance by lighting a light blue LED behind the corresponding icon on the Herbi control unit. After the needed solution is added, Herbi will detect the change and the light behind the icon will turn off.
Via design*sponge at michaelkritzer.com
July 28, 2006
This gadget works for both peppers and tomatoes. The small end removes tomato stems and the large end scraps out seeds from peppers.
At Seed and Stem Remover
July 27, 2006
I love to eat gnocchi, but I don't know much about making it, so I don't fully understand how this board works. The grooves supposedly help retain the sauce. It comes with a small rolling pin.
At Gnocchi Board
July 26, 2006
MMMMMmmmm. . . Cannolis. You wrap the pastry around these tubes, deep fry the pastry, and then remove the tubes and fill with ricotta cheese. The set includes four 5.75 inch-long tinned steel cylinders.
At Cannoli Form Set
July 25, 2006
Serve cake in style! Use the sole of this cake server to slice and serve cake. When not in use, it contects to the heel with a magnet. It is made from stainless steel and plastic.
Via Popgadget at Chiasso
July 24, 2006
Use this in combination with the tomato slicer to create a mozzarella, basil, and tomato salad. This gadget is designed to slice a ball of fresh mozzarella into even slices without compacting it.
July 21, 2006
I love fresh tomato salad with a little oil and vinegar and salt. Yummy. I can't wait til my tomatoes get ripe. This tool will supposedly slice your tomatoes into nice even slices. The slicer has multiple serrated stainless steel blades. The handle is rubber.