Why spiral once when you can spiral four times? Spiral cutters seem to be big right now, and it’s easy to see why. They are simple contraptions that make it easy to add a dimension of flair to home cooked meals.
Often however, they are unitaskers: little gadgets that only do one thing. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though; think of a common grater — they don’t do much else than grate food, but are extremely handy little devices in the kitchen. Of course, having more grating options like fine, medium or course makes it all the more useful. So too with the spiral cutters.
The Paderno World Cuisine 4-Blade Spiralizer ups the ante for a spiral cutter and features four interchangeable blades:
– Straight/Accordion Blade: Create ribbon cuts for salads, shredded cabbage for coleslaw, vegetable pasta, apple chips, and when used with the included pin you can create the popular spiral cut potato skewers.
- Angel Hair Shredding Blade (NEW): This blade creates perfect angle hair strands out of fruit and vegetables. Angel hair strands are ideal for use in soups, salads, and as a replacement for traditional pasta with a delicate sauce.
- Fine Shredding Blade: This is our popular “spaghetti” blade and is used to create a medium-sized cut for pasta replacement, stir-fry, and salads. Theses strands will hold up to a heavier or more substantial sauce like Bolognese.
- Chipping Blade: This blade allows you to create thicker stands or cuts. These thicker cuts are perfect for roasting and sautéing, and create an amazing base for many sauces. Make curly fries in mere moments with just a few turns of the handle.
The little kitchen countertop prep tool works by attaching a fruit or vegetable to the blade plate on one end and prongs on the other. Then, just twist the handle and let your imagination spin.
September 25, 2014 No Comments
It’s the Cheeseburger Head Mask!
Really, the cheeseburger mask is good all year round and is surely appropriate for any situation. It will certainly go over
well during your next business meeting. First date? Make an impression! Gotta run some errands and go to the bank? This will help you stand out in a crowd (or police lineup).
Consider the burger mask an investment. Only $39.99 for your future. Money well spent.
September 18, 2014 No Comments
A parsec is a unit of distance. A Star Wars parsec is a unit of time. (Unless George Lucas was telling the truth…) In any event, dinner will be ready in no time with this Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cutting Board. As for who gets to choose what’s for dinner? Well, let’s just say let the Wookiee win.
September 16, 2014 No Comments
Do your sandwich making skills stand up to your child’s scrutiny? Well, if not, make them stand up. No, not the kids; the sandwich!
These Cute Animal Sandwich Cutter Bread And Toast Stamps create an animal impression on sliced bread. The set includes three stamps (Panda, Frog and Bear) and include a special cut so that the crust forms a little stand. Press, fold and impress with this clever little sandwich and toast contraption.
September 9, 2014 No Comments
Ah September, the weather finally starts to turn, the kids go back to school and Halloween. Wait. A month (or two) early, you say? Darn it. Well, in that case, here we have a Skeleton Hand Bones Oven Mitt.
It’s not quite a Halloween decoration, but it is a functional two-sided fun oven mitt that looks like a human x-ray bone scan. Pretty cool. Hands up, who is ready for Halloween?
Tags: oven mitt
September 4, 2014 No Comments
Long day at the playground? Why not kick back and relax with an edible shot glass? Fill with cookie dough, pop the Edible Shot Glass Silicone Mold in the oven and viola! Edible cookie shots. And then after the cookie shots are made, fill with water and pop into the freezer for grown-up shots. Pop em out, fill the little tike’s glass with milk, yours with booze and enjoy*. Who said bonding with children was difficult?
*This is a joke, BTKS does not recommend boozing it up**, especially with your kids.
**This is a joke, BTKS totally recommends boozing it up*** in general.
August 28, 2014 No Comments