May 26, 2010

Mini Cream Whipper


Homemade whipped cream is the best. With this whipper, you can make your own whipped cream and dispense it with the push of a button. It has an N20 charger to instantly dispense the cream. You can add whatever flavors or sweeteners you want. The dispenser holds 1 1/4 quarts of whipped cream.

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May 19, 2010

Himalayan Salt Plate


Cook your food on a block of salt! These blocks are made of translucent pink salts. You can use them to cook meat or fish. They can go on the grill or in the oven. You can also chill them to serve cold food such as sushi. The blocks are anti-microbial. You clean them with a brush, pat down, and then air dry.

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May 18, 2010

Star Wars Pancake Molds Make Forceful Flap Jacks


Make Yoda, Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper with these groovy Star Wars pancake molds. We bet they also make a crazy egg sandwich. Buy a set of 3 for $19.95, and your metaclorian count will go through the roof after eating.

Via bookofjoe

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May 10, 2010

SteriPEN Classic Handheld Water Purifier - Kill Water Germs


Given the recent water fiasco here in Boston, it's nice to see you can get a device that will destroy viruses, bacteria and protozoa--including Giardia and Cryptosporidium--using ultraviolet (UV) light. The SteriPen takes 48 seconds to purify 16 ounces of fluid, 90 seconds for 32 ounces. That's quite a bit of water, and enough for most general cooking. It's also easy to use--just press a button to start and the SteriPEN shuts off when purification is complete. No pumping, no chemicals, no test strips, no timekeeping, no lubricating, and no replacement filters required.

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May 6, 2010

Metal Apple Peeler for Peeling Perfection


Here's a kitchen gadget we have only seem in steampunk movies, but now seems to be available to the peeling obsessed. This Professional Metal Apple Peeler peels any apple perfectly, and easily. If you're planning on making a ton of pies, or canning this peeler is for you. You can get it for $27 here.

Via Gizmodiva

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April 19, 2010

Norpro Cast Iron Round Bacon Press - Perfect Flat Bacon


Ideal for bacon grilled sandwiches and hamburgers and quesadillas, this bacon press features a wooden handle that stays cool to the touch when pressing down hard to get perfectly flat bacon. It includes instructions for seasoning before use, cleaning and storage. We're always wondering how to get better flat bacon besides doing it oven style on cookie sheets, so perhaps this is our next bacon related purchase.

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April 13, 2010

OXO Good Grips 15-Piece Everyday Kitchen Gadgets Tool Set


We often forget the basics here at Kitchen Contraptions, as we're consumed with finding some groovy new electronic kitchen gizmo when our readers often need well - the basic set of kitchen gadgets in a bucket to get them started. This slim-lined, space-efficient utensil holder with 14 of OXO's most important everyday kitchen tools. The set includes a flexible turner, 12-inch tongs, square turner, spoon, slotted spoon, grater, and also includes a swivel peeler, ice cream scoop, potato masher, can opener, balloon whisk, spatula, meat tenderizer, pizza wheel, and holder. Yes - even the base is included to hold all of this kitchen gadget goodness. All tools are made of nylon and silicone and safe for non-stick surfaces; heat resistant up to 400 degrees F.

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April 7, 2010

Metrokane Electric Rabbit Corkscrew - Screw Old Corkscrews


Looking for a corkscrew that's easy to use, and locks on the bottle for easier operation than other corkscrews? We've got this corkscrew from the gods themselves for you. It pulls all types of corks, including plastic right from the bottle.

You lock on bottle; hold bottle with other hand and press bottom button until the opener stops, then pull up opener to release lock on bottle; press top button to eject cork. Bam! Illuminated LCD screen counts down the number of cork pulls before next charge; 30 cork pulls per charge. It also includes a foil cutter and AC charger; doesn't require a base for charging.

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March 30, 2010

Paint Your Food With Gold and Silver - Edible Gold


This one really hard to file, but imagine painting your food with edible gold and silver. You simply spray it onto whatever chow you want add some bling to, and well it's blingified. Available in both silver and gold, this just might make that fussy bling needing eater in your life eat something healthy.

Via DVICE at Deli Garage

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March 22, 2010

Cra - Z - Art Super Donut Maker - Time to Make the Crazy Donuts


With this donut maker you can make your own delicious donuts with chocolate , strawberry, jelly and vanilla frostings. The maker creates filled and holed Donuts as well as Donut Balls in safe microwave trays, and no batteries are needed. The mixes are included, and from the reviews the results are a bit more cupcake like than donuts.

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