May 8, 2006
Do you like to eat food off your dining partner's plate? Or maybe the person at the neighboring table? This fork can make it happen without the awkward reaching across the table. It looks like a normal fork, but it extends to a length of 21 inches.
At Baron Bob
May 5, 2006
In the mood for some spice? This implement cores and de-seeds jalapenos, habaneros, yellow wax, and italian hot peppers. It also works on tomatoes. It includes directions and two recipes.
May 4, 2006
I need this. It never fails that I start a recipe and then realize I am out of something. This magnet has a number of substitutions that can usually be found in your refrigerator or cabinet.
At CIA Pro Chef Store
May 3, 2006
Trying to get corn out of the water (or off the barbeque) without a good pair of tongs can drive you insane. Believe me, I've tried and have the burn marks to prove it. These stainless steel tongs have long handles and are spring-loaded for grasping food firmly. They are dishwasher safe.
May 1, 2006
If the shrimp scissors are still too much work for you, then the shrimp butler may be the answer. You put the shrimp in, turn the crank, and the butler slices, filets, and removes the vein.
At The Home Marketplace
Peeling and deveining shrimp is a major pain. Supposedly, with these shrimp scissors, you can clean 10 shrimp a minute. You just insert the tip between the shell and the meat and then squeeze the handle.
At The Home Marketplace
April 26, 2006
I have a hard time believing this stoner really spits out such nice looking cherries, but even if they are a mangled mess, it will probably be easier than doing it by hand. The funnel holds up to 15 cherries, and the spring-loaded steel plunger punches the stones out.
April 25, 2006
It looks like a giant pencil sharpener, but it is for creating round and conical-shaped shavings from vegetables. Made with plastic and has a stainless steel blade.
Instead of using a fork and letting all the juices out, you can use these tongs to hold your roast in place while you cut it. It can also be used for bread. And yes, as bookofjoe says it does look like a hair clip for a 50-foot woman
Via bookofjoe at Grill Lovers
April 24, 2006
Don't remember which piece of meat was well done and which is rare? This set of skewers and markers can help. The set of five includes one of each: rare, medium rare, medium, medium done, and well done.
At Neiman Marcus Online