Microplane Gourmet Series Hand Graters : Microplane Hand Graters feature a surgical-grade stainless-steel frame-and-blade construction with an easy-grip premium Santoprene handle and nonslip rubber feet. Each blade style is designed for particular uses: The fine blade is ideal for grating/zesting all types of citrus peel, as well as a variety of hard spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. Use the medium ribbon or coarse grater blades for hard cheese such as Parmesan and Romano, as well as a variety of fruits and vegetables. Hand guard available separately. Product Features Surgical-grade 18/10 stainless-steel frame and blade Soft, nonslip polypropylene handle and nonslip rubber feet Plastic storage cover Blades made in the USA/Assembled in Mexico
These graters are like magic. No excuses for grating procrastination. For lemon and orange zest it grates the whole fruit as quickly as I can turn it; and it takes only the zest. For grating cheddar cheese it takes less time and effort than getting out the Cuisinart, and I like the fluffy way the cheese comes out.
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BeaterBlade for KitchenAid Tilt-Head & Bowl-Lift Mixers, White
BeaterBlade for KitchenAid Tilt-Head & Bowl-Lift Mixers, White : BeaterBlade+ for KitchenAid 4.5/5 Quart Tilt-Head Mixer, 6 Quart-5 Plus Bowl-Lift Mixers AND all 5-Quart Bowl Lift Mixers. The ultimate in hands-free mixing and baking preparation is here. New patented BeaterBlade+ "wing-system" design acts like a wiper blade that continuously scrapes the sides and bottom of the bowl while it mixes. Virtually eliminating hand scraping and batter build-up, thus, cutting your mixing time by as much as 50%. When you're done mixing, BeaterBlade+ is also a spatula! KA-TH will work with any KitchenAid 4.5 and 5 quart tilt-head mixer. KA-6L/5Plus will work with any 6 quart or 5 Plus bowl-lift mixer. KA-5L will work with KitchenAid 5-Quart bowl lift mixers. Product Features Models: KA-TH, KA-5L & KA-6L/5Plus No batter build-up on blade Perfect for cakes, cookies, frostings, compound butters, meatloaf, pie fillings, mashed potatoes and more Made in USA UL Certified to ANSI/NSF2
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PostedJanuary 3, 2009
Thank you to whomever it was that thought of this idea and put it into production. I have always liked my Kitchen Aid mixer with all its power, etc. but was always disappointed with having to stop the machine to scrape the sides. With this new wiper blade it is like having a brand new mixer. I love it! There will be a lot more fun baking happening around here. Hooray.
Roast Cutting Tongs : These tongs confidently transfer a roast from oven to cutting board and secure it for easy carving. Cut in between adjustable guides for even slices. Keeps fingers away from sharp blade, too. Dishwasher safe.
I brown all roasts on all sides before I put them in the oven. These tongs have saved me lots of stress. I was using those turkey lifters and everything I could think of but nothing was working too good. I didn't want to puncture the roast so sometimes it was pretty tricky. When I saw these, even though they are marketed as "Roast Cutting Tongs," I knew I had found a valuable tool. I have used them for browning roasts, for taking ham bones out of the water and using them to assist in getting the hot meat off of the bones. They are German made and very high quality. I know I will find many uses for theses wonderful tongs. Oh, and husband the meat carver has used them while carving the roasts; as a guide for cutting as shown, but mostly just to hold on to the roast while carving. These are a really big hit with both of us.
Chicago Metallic Popover Pan : Get a rise out of your popovers with this expertly engineered pan. Made of heavyweight aluminized steel with SilverStone nonstick coating, the six cups are suspended from a sturdy wire frame, ensuring maximum heat circulation for perfect inflation and browning, and the wide lip allows them to expand without spilling. Dishwasher safe. Imported. 16"L x 9"W x 2 1/2"H each.
I have made pie pan popovers for many years but the problem with pie pan popovers is that they rise as they are baking, but as soon as they are out of the oven the puff goes flat.
I did use the recipe that came with these 6 cup popover pans, and I used the whole recipe; just divided it between the 6 pans. The results were awesome. Big beautiful high puffs like what's in the pictures, and they stayed that way. On a scale of 1-10 these are definitely a BIG 10