Kitchen odors absorbent, Samurai blender, fabulous nutcracker…
We are ready to offer you the top 10 January small things for the kitchen.
Editors’ opinion. There are so many tricks to make home life easier and more fun, especially in the kitchen. Of course, you can peel potatoes with a small knife, but it’s more comfortable to do it using a special vegetable peeler. It makes no difference which bowl you use for soup, but if it has a beautiful design, your soup is somehow tastier.
Thus, we advise you to check out all the new gadgets that have been invented for the kitchen. There is no need to buy the whole assortment of new tools, just look closely at these products and you might just find exactly you need to simplify your daily life.
Animal Wine Stoppers
Unfortunately, many people drink a lot on the New Year’s night and as a result behave themselves as animals. In this case, you will need an Animal wine stopper, made by Charlotte van der Horst, a well – known Dutch designer. Maybe this will help remind you of when you should stop!
Exact Cutting Boards
If you prefer accuracy in culinary while cooking and cutting ingredients, then try The Obsessive Chef cutting board, which is designed to satisfy such desires.
It is made of solid bamboo material and contains all necessary markings: centimeters, millimeters, angular degrees. Using this tool you can cook geometric canape, salads and identical “beliashi” dishes.
Absorb Kitchen Odors
Few people like to inhale harsh flavors while cooking. If you need to hold them, use a special Stainless-Steel Odor Absorbing Splatter Screen. The secret is in the innovative carbonic material, which absorbs all flavors. Initially, people used it for sport bags, but then it found its application in the kitchen. Besides, this screen also protects your oven and table top from splashing while cooking.
3-in-1 Egg Slicer
We want all the products for salads to be sliced neatly and evenly. Unfortunately, few people can do this, especially with slippery eggs. 3-in-1 Egg Slicer solves this problem. Thanks to these two changeable stainless steel grid, the Egg Slicer cuts eggs using 3 different ways: cutting into wedges, circles and ovals. If you like salads and appetizers with eggs you will definitely like this tool!
Price: $2 USD
New Philips Viva blender with innovative ProMix Titanium technology grinds the most complex ingredients (ice and nuts), so you can get perfect soup and cocktail consistency. Moreover, its unusual head mold prevents any product from splashing while grinding. A knife with a titanic coating remains sharp for a long time. It is 6 times more solid than a usual stainless steel knife and 3 times better than a sword of a samurai.
Thanks to ergonomic handhold with rubber inserts, this blender won’t slip out from your hands.
Spongester holder is a handy tool for sponge storage. A top shelf is designed for a good sponge (a dish sponge), and the bottom one is for bad (sink cleaning).
The holder is made of corrosion-resistant material and it’s recommended to wipe it dry from time to time.
This kitchen tool is made of cast aluminum and is very simple in usage: all you need is to put the nut in the squirrel’s arms and click on its tail in order to free the core from a shell.
Williams-Sonoma Stainless-Steel Prep Pie Server is a steel knife with a triangle foundation and toothed coating. It is a perfect tool for nice cutting or ready – made baking. The ergonomic handhold is designed for handy and safe usage.
Price: $35 USD
Wine Pearls and Whiskey Cubes
Wine Pearls and Whiskey Cubes have an ice effect; however, these pearls and cubes don’t dilute your favorite drink. They are made of hand polished stainless steel and are filled safe alimentary refrigerant gel.
Price: $24.95 USD
When we ask to pass salt, a frequent reaction is the next: “Hold out your hand”. Such usual situation inspired designers to create Handy Salt and Pepper Mills for salt or pepper in a form of hands. Left and Right hands with working fingers are made of a beech wood while its mechanism is made of ceramics. Such tool transforms a cooking process into piano playing in four hands.