February 6, 2006

Nachos Pan

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I'm not sure if anyone really needs a separate pan to make nachos in. But maybe if you get one and you are lucky, Jesus will appear in your nacho pan. Though he probably wouldn't appear in this pan because it is non-stick and dishwasher safe.

At Nacho Pan by Chicago Metallic

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Garlic Express

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Is there anything better than roasted garlic? I think not. But who has the time to spend an hour roasting garlic in the oven? The garlic express roasts garlic in 30 minutes and you can don't have to use the oven to do it. It has a nonstick surface and holds three medium bulbs.

At Garlic Express

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January 23, 2006

Diablo® Sandwich Maker

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I'm not sure why this is shaped like a devil. Are sandwiches evil? Anyway, here is an alternative to electric sandwich makers. You just place it on the stove for a few minutes each side. It can be used with gas, electric and ceramic stoves. Hmmmm . . . What about campfires? It could be good for making smores. . .

At La Prima Shops

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November 10, 2005

Roast that Turkey

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Try and deny it but really folks - Thanksgiving is very very close. So close you know you're going to need a decent roasting pan this year. The Oneida Nonstick Roaster with Rack features all the things you'll need to keep your Thanksgiving bird safe. This professional-weight roaster is made of polished aluminum with a nonstick interior and rack for quick cleanup. Use it with or without the rack (it is removable) for roasting a chicken, cooking a holiday turkey or a pork tenderloin. The roaster has cast aluminum handles that are riveted for added strength as you lift it from the oven and carry to your countertop. This large roaster holds up to a 25-lb. turkey.

At Oneida Nonstick Roaster with Rack

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November 9, 2005

Dutch Oven

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Simple, elegant, and orange - what more could you ask for. Made of enameled cast iron, the Dutch Oven in orange from Crate & Barrel is offers exceptional heat retention and distribution to your cooking. The close-fitting lid helps to keep all the juices in and is perfect for braising, making stocks and sauces, and slow cooking food to perfection.

At Crate and Barrel Specialty Cookware

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October 21, 2005

Super Efficient Ottoni Stovetop Kettle

Heat water up to 50% faster than traditional tea kettles with the Ottoni stovetop water kettle. The specially designed base is built to focus the heat and assist in boiling water faster. With an elegant wood handle and design, the Ottoni water kettle is a true example of combining design with functionality. We like how it looks both regal and also like a weird wedding cake with a spout on the side.

At Bodum Ottoni Stovetop Kettle

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October 19, 2005

Top Rated Pressure Cookers

Root Glam GoTo Reviews has a run down of the best of the best pressure cookers. We haven't converted to the pressure cooker club but it's good to read about what's good and what's not.

"Pressure cookers are sealed pots which cook food faster because the liquid inside rises to a higher temperature before boiling. Cooking times can be reduced by a factor of three or four. Pressure cookers also save energy, they are up to 70% more efficient than conventional pots. Stainless steel pressure cookers are preferred over aluminum because the stainless steel does not interact with the food."

At Top Rated Pressure Cookers by Goto Reviews

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October 14, 2005

Asparagus Cooked to Perfection

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We eat asparagus at least 2-3 times a week. You can steam, grill, or wok it with ease. It's nice to see a specialized product to steam your asparagus. This All-Clad Asparagus Pot comes equipped with a steamer basket that keeps the vegetables out of the water and nutrient-rich. We think you'll also enjoy this product for steamed vegetables of any kind.

Via productdose.com

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October 10, 2005

Cameron's Stovetop Smoker

F 105311Oh Cameron! Why are you smoking again? We know why - to make amazing smoked chicken breasts and other meats in your oven.

Cameron's Stovetop Smoker features seamless, heavy duty all stainless steel construction. Stay cool fold-away handles, drip tray and non-stick rack. Use with any heat source to hot smoke virtually anything: fish, meat, cheese, poultry, sausage, ribs, nuts or vegetables. Includes sample wood chips.

At Dean & DeLuca

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July 5, 2005

Kohler HiRise Pot Filler

Kohler-Hirise-Pot-Filler-K-7323-4-Bs-Deck-Mount-Thumb I really wanted to do the pot filler thing in our new kitchen, but alas putting the plumbing on the wall in back of the stove wouldn't work - well thanks to Kohler now you don't have to put it on the wall. The new deck mount or counter mount faucet filler is revolutionary! Instead of being tied to the wall you can now mount this baby anywhere in your kitchen you want (okay - needs to be water there) and even your kitchen island.

At Kohler HiRise Pot Filler - Silent kitchen revolution | Trendir

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