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.
July 18, 2006
I've seen these in the store a few times. We have a silicone oven mitt, but these look like they might be more flexible than the one we have. The silicone is temperature-tolerant from -58 degrees to 446 degrees. They come in dog and frog styles.
July 13, 2006
Want to spice up your next bbq? The Octodog turns an ordinary hot dog into a octopus dog. You just insert the hot dog into the Octodog and push down. Hilarity ensues.
At Baron Bob and Wonderfully Wacky
July 10, 2006
Salad is good for you and perhaps even good for your kitchen. The Aero Garden is a fully automated self-watering, self-feeding farmer's market in your kitchen. NASA proven, aeroponic technology grows up to 5 times faster than in soil, with no dirt, weeds or mess.
Now anyone can grow herbs, tomatoes, salad greens, chili peppers, flowers, and more - year-round, at the touch of a button. No green thumb needed. Harvest only what you need - fresh from the garden, with no waste.
Via Shiny Shiny at Aero Garden
June 30, 2006
We love the look of this beautifully designed Capresso H2O Plus cordless water kettle with Silver Matte finish lid and slip-free textured handle.
The H2O Plus features a maintenance free, stainless steel covered dome heater and safety auto shut-off upon boiling or when kettle is lifted from base.
At Capresso 259.04 H2O Plus Glass Water Kettle
There are a million implements for chopping or mincing garlic, each one claiming to have the secret. Well, here is another. This tool minces the garlic into tiny dice. You place a peeled clove inside and twist the top.
June 28, 2006
Want a more interesting way to crack nuts? Davey Crackit is nine inches tall and made from cast aluminum. To crack nuts, simply lift the tail.
Via Uncrate at Alphabets
June 27, 2006
If you do a lot of cooking with ground beef, this could come in handy. The chopping blade breaks ground meat into pieces in the pan. It has a plastic blade that won't scratch non-stick cookware.
At Miles Kimball
I could have used this last night as I stripped a corn for a salad. It takes the kernals clean off the cob and into your bowl. Plus it has a face. Shouldn't all your gadgets have a face?
At Corn Zipper