January 13, 2010

Cuisinart Green Gourmet Electric Skillet

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This ceramic based electric skillet is environmentally friendly. The surface is petroleum-free and contains no PTFE or PFOA. You can use the skillet to sear, fry, griddle, simmer, or braise. The skillet has six temperature settings, an indicator light that turns off when the temperature is reached, and a glass lid.

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January 6, 2010

SousVide Supreme Water Oven

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Water cooking is the new rage. It involves slowly heating vacuum-sealed food in a water oven at low temperatures. The method allows the food to stew in its own juices and so locks in flavors and the pressure encourages flash marinating. This water oven cooks at preset temperatures, so there is no need to stir or monitor. Food can be cooked for hours and not be overcooked.

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December 22, 2009

Cuisinart Elite Die-Cast 12-Cup Food Processor

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Nothing wrong with a sold food processor. This Cuisinart includes a locking lid with a rubber seal for liquid processing and two nesting bowls with spouts and locking blades. In addition, the processor has a wide-mouth feed tube that accommodates larger ingredients and reduces the need to cut food into smaller pieces first. The touchpad control panel offers three selections for on, off, and pulse.

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December 17, 2009

Rival 22qt Roaster Oven - Perfect Roast Turkey for the Holidays

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We're soon heading south to the relatives for the Holidays, and we're thinking we need to invest in a roaster. The oven gets overwhelmed, and our Aunt Connie used to have one of these in Indiana before becoming a snowbird thus making the making of the sacred turkey much easier. We think the Rival 22qt Roaster in Stainless Steel will fit the bird of our desires - as it fits up to a 22 Pound Turkey. Stainless Steel Roaster Oven Body, plus a removable Enamel-on-Steel Roasting Pan, plus it features a lid rest. Birds don't that brown in a roaster - but they do stay moist. Can't wait to see if we can find a roaster when we arrive next week.

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December 7, 2009

PBeaba BabyCook - Make Your Own Babyfood and Save Money

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Baby food is expensive, and there's the other bit of not knowing exactly what's in there. The Beaba Babycook is a one-of-a-kind, patented compact countertop appliance that functions as a steamer, blender, warmer and defroster to prepare fresh, healthy meals for baby - thus you can now make your own baby food.

It starts by steam cooking vegetables, fruits and meats in less than 15 minutes, while preserver their vitamins and flavors. It then purees and blends them to the desired consistency. Parents can also use the Babycook to quickly reheat or defrost precooked foods. The bowl is made from unbreakable Polysulfone (PSU) and the cooking basket from transparent polypropylene (PP). It comes with a 2½ - cup capacity bowl, cooking basket, spatula and recipe booklet. The bowl and basket are top-rack dishwasher safe.

We think this is a great alternative to a blender, strainer, food processor - you name it. Sometimes having a dedicated device such as this for the year you'll need it and then for the following kids is well worth the money.

Via Popgadget at PBeaba BabyCook - Make Your Own Babyfood and Save Money

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December 3, 2009

Salter Perfect Temp Food Warmer

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Need to keep food warm for your holiday party? This food warmer keeps prepared foods at ideal serving temperatures for up to three hours. It has two racks, so you can keep two layers warm. And it has an AC adapter, so it can be used in the car.

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November 24, 2009

KitchenAid Professional 600 Series 6-Quart Stand Mixers - The Uber Holiday Gift

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Want to just blow the mind of anyone you deem gift worthy? Get them a KitchenAid mixer. Yep - we've given two of these in our life time to people who obsess about them but never buy them - resulting in well - a sobbing really excited giftee. These mixers feature an all-metal 10-speed stand mixer with powerful 575-watt motor, and of course the 6-quart stainless-steel mixing bowl. They also have an electronic speed sensor and auto shut-off. The big thing is they complete your kitchen and they'll also complete someone's kitchen life if you dare to give.

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November 23, 2009

Vita-Mix Grain Container w/Dry Blades

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This blender container is made especially for grinding grains, seeds, or spices or for making rubs. The lid locks and is marked with measurements, so you can add ingredients while the machine is running. It also comes with a Whole Grains cookbook.

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November 19, 2009

Wolfgang Puck Rotating Grill-and-Bake Waffle Iron

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Rotate your waffles for even browning. This rotating waffle iron has electronic browning control with a "crisp" function. You can also remove the waffle plates and replace with grill plates, so you can make sandwiches and paninis in it as well.

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October 23, 2009

Kenwood Cooking Chef - Food Mixer Cooks Food Too

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The Kenwood KM070 Cooking Chef let's you mix your food and cook it too. The claim is you put all your food and a mixer and cook it too - but we're having a hard time figuring out - what that would be as far as a meal? Soup? Bread? Well - they claim scrambled eggs, soups, and recipes that look alot like a slow cooker might be better. We'll have to just see it in action before buying.

Via Red Ferret Journal at Kenwood Cooking Chef

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