June 15, 2006
As usual a nice looking product from Eva Solo. This time a pizza cutter. There is not much to say about pizza cutters--they cut pizza.
At Pizza Cutter
June 14, 2006
This funny looking pair of scissors is specially designed to cut and process food in a bowl, making it easy to chop veggies and lettuce for a salad. It has an ergonomic handle, and the blades are stainless steel with micro-serrations that allegedly will never require sharpening.
June 12, 2006
At some point it is actually going to get hot here in the Northeast and I'll want something refreshing, like a popcycle, to cool off. These molds freeze the popcyles individually, so they are easy to remove from the mold. Plus they come in cool shapes and colors like: Rocket Pop Blue, Shooting Star Pop Green, and Groovy Pop Yellow. It includes six molds and a coordinating base.
At Modern Motive
June 8, 2006
I love oranges, but I hate getting my hands all messy from peeling them. With this orange peeler, you score the peel into segments and then use the blade to remove the strips.
June 7, 2006
This whisk was specially designed for dough. It can be used on stiff bread dough or delicate batters. The wooden handle provides an ergonomic grip.
At Dough Whisk
Looking for a way to remove some of the fat from your stews, gravies, soups, etc.? You skim the surface with this little brush and it supposedly removes the oil. It is also dishwasher safe.
May 30, 2006
These tongs look very scary, but according to the product description, once you use them, you won't be able to do without them. They are supposedly ideal for handling meat and vegetables as well as for picking up ice cubes, olives, cooked pasta, and delicate fruit.
At Panik-Design menu - tongs
May 26, 2006
If you eat a lot of papayas or melons, then this is the instrament for you. One scoop removes the flesh from a halved papaya or melon. The other side separates the fruit from the peel.
May 22, 2006
No, this isn't for raking little tiny gardens. These rakes are for tossing and serving spaghetti. They are made with olive wood in Italy.
May 19, 2006
The pattern on these mitts isn't to my taste, but I think they are a really good idea. I'm always struggling with a huge oven mitt to remove my bowl of oatmeal from the microwave and end up getting the mitt in the oatmeal. The mitts include built-in magnets, so you can hang them on the side of the microwave when you aren't using them.
At Miles Kimball