Jacob Jensen Kitchen Timer

Timer Small We really hate the Kitchen Timer on our stove currently. It is a usability nightmare and often impossible to shut off with wet or dough covered hands. We've been looking into something stylish and easy to shut offf in the kitchen countertop timer arena. The Jacob Jensen Timer is suitable for counting down a pre-programmed time which should be perfect for cooking. The time can be set from one minute to 12 hours and you can adjust it up and down during count-down. Resetting is easy by gently pressing both sides of the functional key for two seconds. The timer features both an acoustic and visual alarm, which is deactivated by pressing any side of the functional key. Any side!

At Timer

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August 8, 2005

Egg Toons - Timer, Slicer, & Yoker!

Yolky-Thumb Timey-Thumb Wedgey-Thumb I was never a religious person, but now I am. There has to be a god when you can find such cool egg stuff like these three totally cute egg gadgets! Each Egg Toon has a single purpose: Timer, Yoke Separator, or Hard Boiled Egg Slicer. Imagine these guys staring you down, "Please use me. I'm lonely. Just eat an egg!"

At LaPrimma Shops

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August 4, 2005

Burger Press - Make Burgers Like the Pros!

Imagine at your Backyard BBQ having professional sized and portioned burgers created from your own burger mix!Press out perfect patties in an instant! Non-stick aluminum forms meat fast, makes dozens in minutes. Adjustable thickness up to 1 1/2". Dishwasher safe.

At HAMBURGER PRESS

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Moscardino Spork

Moscardino We loved the Knork now the Moscardino Spork! They're small enough for easy use by children and great for an all around eating implement. The sporks are made of Mater-Bi, a completely biodegradable starch-based plastic, which stands up to repeated use and prolonged contact with liquids, achieving 90 percent degradation in about 50 days under normal aerobic composting conditions.

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August 1, 2005

Personal Chocolate Fountain

Chocolate Fondue 1 Umm...why didn't they have this when I was a wee lad? The chocolate fountain is the perfect addition for any kitchen hell bent on creating chocolate treats at any time of day. The fountain comes with a supply of chocolate and is priced in the $150 range US.

Also - if you want to recreate the scene where the fat kid falls into the chocolate river in Willy Wonka - just apply action figure, dip, and enjoy.

At Firebox Via Shiny Shiny

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July 27, 2005

Totally Bamboo Little Kahuna Cutting Board

BAMBOO!!! BAMBOO!!! BAMBOO!!! It's turning up everywhere and especially in the kitchen. And who wouldn't want to buy a bamboo cutting board with the name, "Little Kahuna". I can see the Big Kahuna in our house using this bad little boy.

Premium, hand-selected Totally Bamboo products are beautiful and useful, an ecologically-friendly, naturally renewable resource. Bamboo is 16% harder than maple wood and 1/3 lighter than oak, and absorbs very little moisture so it doesn't shrink or swell like other hardwoods. These beautifully crafted boards are assembled with approved food-grade glue, and never contain dye, stains, or formaldehyde. Little Kahuna dimensions: 12" x 18" x 2 1.4

At Totally Bamboo Little Kahuna Cutting Board

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It's the Pits! Cherry Pitter Plunger

If you spend an afternoon eating an entire bag of cherries, then you know you'll need a cherry pit plunger. Take the tedium out of pitting and process up to 30 lbs. of cherries in an hour with this plunger-type pitter. Automatically feeds, then removes pit from cherry with one stroke of the plunger. The pit ejects into a see through container and cherry falls into your waiting bowl, with no loss of juice & no bruising. Pitter has plastic housing with metal plunger, and suction base.

At Cherry Pitter, Plunger

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July 26, 2005

Suck.uk Fridge Magnet Bottle Opener: Our Money Where Our Mouth Is

Suk-03Earlier we covered the Danko fridge magnet bottle opener and tried to find one in the local Boston area on a routine kitchen gadget hunting expedition. Well, we didn't find the Danko version, but did find the Suck.uk version designed by Sam & Jude and it looks very similar. In purchasing such an item like an opener, you have to really want to put your money down as you know you'll be stuck with it and at $22.95 it's not cheap either.

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July 21, 2005

Eco Kettle: Save Energy While Making Tea

Ecokettle8 One cup of water instead of an entire pot of water boiling saves energy. That thought had to be going through the head of the person who designed the Eco Kettle. The 1.5 litre reservoir of water can be added to the two secondary chambers that will boil. This makes boiling the right amount of water a no brainer, as you can put the right amount in the secondary reservoirs.

Via hippyshopper

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July 20, 2005

Kitchen Gadget of the Month Club

Thegadgetsource 1853 48281102-1 I'm into this idea. The gift that keeps on giving the entire year and each month after the holidays you'll be remembered! Each month, members of thegadgetsource.com Gadget of the Month Club receive a gourmet cooking tool to add to their kitchen gadget collection. It's only $129.99, plus shipping & handling and they can even gift wrap each gadget each month. Brilliant!

At Gadget of the Month Club

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