February 19, 2008
Love or hate Rachel Ray, this pot looks cool. This pasta pot is oval shaped to make it easier to cook long pasta without breaking the pieces. It also has a pour spout to make it easy to drain liquid from the pot. It has a nonstick surface and silicone handles.
At Rachael Ray 8 Quart Hard Anodized Orange Covered Oval Pasta Pot
February 14, 2008
You can use this classic flat bottomed wok for stir frying or steaming. It made with a triple layer disk of stainless steel.
At All-Clad Stir Fry Pan
February 1, 2008
I didn't know there were electric fondue makers, but it makes sense. This 3-quart pot will work with cheese, broth, oil, and chocolate fondues. It has an adjustable temperature control probe to allow you to keep the temperature steady without scalding. It comes with 8 fondue forks and a stainless steel fork ring.
At Cuisinart Electric Fondue
January 30, 2008
With this cast iron skillet grill, you can grill on the stovetop or in the oven. It is safe up to 400 degrees. It has a non-abrasive bottom and works on any cooking surface. And it comes in lots of colors with names like kiwi, dune, and caribbean.
At Le Creuset 12 2/3 Inch Oblong Skillet Grill
January 9, 2008
This is a nice, simple looking enameled steel tea kettle from Le Creuset. It has a unique locking handle for easy lifting and pouring and comes with a free packet of tea.
At Le Creuset Zen Tea Kettle
December 27, 2007
Be creative and make an endless range of calzones, pies, dumplings, sweet pastries, or fruit turnovers that would make mama proud. Use the base of the mold to cut out the dough. Put circle of dough in mold. Fill with your favorite ingredients. Fold over, press together and fry, cook, boil or bake your own calzone, pies, dumplings, sweet pastries, or fruit turnover.
At Large Calzone Molds
December 6, 2007
Pancakes on Christmas morning? This pancake pan makes pancakes with holiday imprints on them. It has seven designs: snowman, Santa, angel, reindeer, bell, Christmas tree and star.
At NordicWare Holiday Pancake Pan
November 28, 2007
Forget high tech rice cookers--this cooker couldn't be more simple. It sits inside a pot of steaming water on the stove. It can also cook other grains, including quinoa, millet, and barley, and can double as a serving dish. It holds 2-1/2 quarts.
At Helen Chen's Asian Kitchen Porcelain 2-1/2-Quart Rice Cooker
November 27, 2007
Last week was tough for dishes and clean up. We had what we'd like to call - an ongoing total mess in the kitchen. We realized we could use a new dish rack after day two, and then proceeded to find this gem. It's really sturdy - with plenty of room for plates as well as glasses. It also works great with pans - holding them at an angle when you get down to the end of the dish run.
At Zojila Stainless Steel Self Draining Dish Rack
November 20, 2007
We typically like our tea a bit more interesting, and why not our teapot too! The Soropot Teapot combines unique features plus an interesting design. The arched handle acts as a heat sink to keep the tea from oversteeping, and the arched support straddles a burner on the stove to heat the water in the middle container to that perfect boiling temperature.
Via Gizmodo at Snarfd