August 16, 2010
What's not to love about a mythical creature holding your hot corn? Seriously. With these exquisitely sculpted horned ponies, you can have your corn and eat it too. This set comes with 4 pairs of unicorns, two for each cob. The corn holders are dishwasher safe.
At GAMA-GO Uni-Corn Corn Holders
August 6, 2010
Oh no! That's no moon - it's a kids mouth about to eat the Millennium Falcon! These sandwich cutters come packed in the cool tin you see above, and you can pick up the set for $29.95 through Williams-Sonoma.
Via Foolish Gadgets
July 27, 2010
My kids seems to only like peaches if they are sliced, so this could save me some time. I wonder if an apple corer would work as well. But if you want a dedicated peach pitter, this tool turns whole peaches and nectarines into 12 uniform slices. Includes a plastic cover for safe storage.
At Peach Pitter
July 21, 2010
This looks like a great way to mince a lot of fresh herbs. You place herbs in the mill and then twist the handle. The blades mince the herbs quickly. I wonder whether it would work for garlic too? It is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
At Microplane Herb Mill
July 19, 2010
We're always looking for conversions when cooking, and always coming up short on where to find the info fast. The Apron Cooking Guide puts all the info on the front of an apron, allows you to quick access to key cooking info.
The Guide includes: numeric conversions, cooking times for vegetables, roasting times for birds, freezing instructions, defrosting times, a cooking glossary and more
Via Chip Chick
July 16, 2010
Made from teflon, TOASTit bags cleverly take advantage of teflon's heat resistance to force your toaster to accept more than just toast, and allow you to make things like grilled cheese, roast chicken, and grilled vegetables. The bags look about standard toast-size, measuring 6.2 x 7.9 inches (16 x 20 cm). They can withstand temperatures of up to 260℃, and can be easily cleaned using soap and water or inside your dishwasher.
Oishi & Associates has TOASTit listed as 840 yen (or about $9.20) for a pack of two bags. For the rest of us outside of Japan who would like to order, you can find them available on Amazon.
July 15, 2010
This spatula is specially designed to flip delicate foods. The turner is lightweight, and razor-thin, so it can flip eggs, fish, and crepes. It is also strong enough to lift heavier foods like hamburgers. The long slots allow excess grease to drain.
At Slotted Fish Turner
July 14, 2010
I'm always on the lookout for new garlic implements. This seems pretty simple to use. You fill the chopper with garlic and then roll the gadget around the kitchen. The chopped garlic is stored in a separate compartment, so your hands don't smell like garlic. It is dishwasher safe as well.
At GarlicZoom - Compact Garlic Chopper by Chef'n
July 13, 2010
We love a good spork, and this spork does it al. The CRKT Eat'N Tool is a bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, three metric wrench reliefs and a carabiner all in one. You can get one of your own for $7 at ThinkGeek.
Via Gizmodo at ThinkGeek
July 12, 2010
Making lunches every day gets very boring. This could be a good way to jazz up those school and camp lunches. These cutters are designed to cut the crust off the sandwich and make a cute shape, with minimum waste. It is taller than a cookie cutter, so it can easily cut through two pieces of bread.
At Lunch Punch Animal Shape Sandwich Cutters