November 19, 2010
Inserted into a turkey or chicken, this timer's legs pop up when the inside reaches 165 degrees—not 180. It's $13. [NYT, Image: Tony Cenicola/NYT]
Via Gizmodo at mxyplyzyk
November 3, 2010
We bake our own bread for the holidays, and we often want our slices of bread to be perfect for the holiday meal. With this bread slicer and crumb catcher you can make the perfect slices happen. Crumbs fall neatly into a removable catcher, and the generous slicing surface accommodates any size loaf. All of this is accomplished by acrylic slicing guides that ensure uniform slices.
At Bread Slicer Guide with Crumb Catcher
October 28, 2010
Nothing beats a nice tender piece of meat. This meat tenderizer is adjustable, so you can tenderize your meat and poultry to the preferred depth. The spikes raise and lower to suit the meat. You can also fully retract the spikes and use it as a meat pounder.
At Adjustable Meat Tenderizer
October 18, 2010
Is it time to start thinking about Thanksgiving? The goal on Thanksgiving is always to have a moist turkey. This oven humidifier is designed to add moisture to your turkey. You fill the pan with the liquid of your choice -- water, beer, wine, juices, or any other liquid -- and place your roasting pan on top to cook. The vents release steam into the oven and moisture into your food.
At Moistly Roasted Oven Humidifier
October 14, 2010
This sturdy plastic pourer with transparent aerator will help to add needed air to make your wine taste better. The aerating pourer inserts easily into bottleneck, and no decanter is needed. The wine swirls through aerator before it reaches the glass, improving flavor and bouquet; no need to wait for wine to breathe.
At Metrokane Rabbit Wine Aerating Pourer
October 4, 2010
You want to carve the perfect jack-o-lantern? Then you need the right tools. This stainless steel set has all you need: pumpkin scoop, large carving saw, small carving saw, and etching tool. It also comes with five stencils to help get the perfect face.
At Pumpkin Carving Set
September 29, 2010
These two peelers cover all your peeling needs. The orange peeler has a serrated blade and a julienne blade while the green peeler has a straight blade and a wide julienne blade. Each peeler has a twist off cover to cover the blade that is not in use.
At Kuhn Rikon Twist & Peel Dual Peeler, Set of Two
September 24, 2010
The portable snail cooking device isn't out yet, but we have to applaud Electrolux for creating a design competition that produces creative kitchen concepts for us to admire. Working just like a magnetic induction stove the portable snail can be placed on the side of a pot or pan to heat up the contents. Sensors would be able to recognize what type of food is being cooked, adjusting the temperature and time accordingly.
At Gizmodo at Electrolux
September 20, 2010
If you're thinking about peeling your own pineapple for the various parties you'll be hosting this fall then we have the pineapple peeler of your future. The Vacu Vin Pineapple Easy Slicer peels, cores, and slices an entire pineapple in seconds. It's made from durable, stylish stainless steel with a medium-sized blade so you might even want to show off while the guest are watching. It makes perfectly-shaped rings, preserves shell intact to use as a bowl, and
is perfect for tropically themed parties.
At Vacu Vin 4882350 Stainless Steel Pineapple Easy Slicer
September 17, 2010
The Joseph Joseph Rotary Peeler has three stainless steel blades in one: Standard, soft-skin, and Julienne. So if you really want to get all your peeling, slicing, and other stuff to those naughty vegetables this kitchen contraption will do it. The top grip also keeps your hands away from the blades, resulting in salad with less "stuff" in it after an accident.
Via Gizmodo at Joseph Joseph