Lifestyle expert Sissy Biggers shares her picks for the hottest kitchen gadgets from the International Home & Housewares Show.
Brand new from OXO make batches of fun, consistent cookies. The large, comfortable lever won't strain your hand through dozens of cookies and the non-slip base keeps the press steady while dispensing dough. It comes with 12 stainless steel cookie disks.
This universal knife block is a knife holder that can accommodate any shaped blade, scissor, spoon or chopsticks in the "nest" of flexible rods.
Tea infusers are everywhere at the show as TEA accessories is a growing trend. These have whimsical functionality.
Tools from Chef’n : Garlic slicer, tropical fruit tool, mandolin
The founder of Chef 'N, David Holcomb, is a kooky inventor, and the company prides itself in bringing big thinking to the smallest corner of the kitchen. For example, the silicon garlic slicer turns out perfect slices without getting garlicky hands. And the tropical fruit tool is flexible and effortlessly scrapes out any size tropical fruit including avocado, mangoes and kiwi.
I was on the hunt for an affordable juicer with superior results and this is it! For $199.00 (reduced from $250 when it launched late last year). This is the next generation of slow juicers in a lightweight plastic which extracts the maximum amount of juice from fruits, vegetables and leafy greens with a plastic auger. It fits nicely on the counter and is easy to clean with a bladeless auger--so no cut fingers!
You have to see this in action! It's a clever new device to easily and quickly separate the yolk.
Mr. Bar-B-Q: Big Kahuna Giant Spatula.
Forty years of barbecue innovation with the introduction of the giant spatula--which easily flips and transports big honkin' chops n' steaks from the grill to the platter.
Prepara 3-blade herb shears
Fresh herb add flavor in seconds with Prepara's new 3-blade herb shears! A few, quick squeezes of the spring-loaded handle sprinkle perfect, even-sheared strips every time.
Fish tank magnetic technology cleans hard-to-get spots and deposits in glass decanters and crystal vases. The method really works!
The housewares industry and Kathie Lee and Hoda are always looking for new ways to open wine. The Tornado was developed from a design perspective to look cool and to work! Four turns to the right pull out the cork and four turns to the left release the cork from the opener.