Peel, julienne and grate with these hand-held kitchen gadgets. Or maybe a negi cutter better suites your need for thin slicing.
Monthly Archive: November 2011
This set of re-purposed suitcases has been made into beds and feeding dishes for cats. Pretty clever way to reuse old luggage.
You never miss a specialized kitchen utensil until you need one. Here are some gadgets to core an apple, scrape a cutting board, strip a cob of corn and chop a clove of garlic.
Just in time for winter, Bodum has this serving jug for hot chocolate (or chocolate milk). This heat-resistant handled glass jug has a stainless steel propeller and is top rack safe.
This is a unique technique to shape the glass bulb of a tripod light. Described as a dramatic waltz in fire and smoke, this is part of a graduation project titled “The Fifth Element.”
These fruit stickers are made of a water soluble organic scrubbing soap, perfect for removing pesticides, wax, dirt and fungicides. They even can be printed with product codes and logos.