Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Food' started by Bugaboo, Jan 25, 2018.
now that is some black magic. i think my parents might like to have one these. thank you
My goal over the years since not being a poor college fuck any more is OXO all the things, it's been worth every god damn penny.
My bread maker, love how I can start a loaf an hour or two before I cook and have it fresh with dinner.
I find this set is quite useful for preparing and cooking imaginary food.
I love my Ninja crockpot because it can brown everything that I need it to before switching to slow cooking mode.
It's actually surprisingly one of the best crockpots I've owned even though it seems a little gimmicky - the "low" setting is actually low compared to most modern slow cookers which have temperature settings of "boiling" and "slightly less than boiling."
The instant pot is really cool and will cook damn near anything
This is the best peeler ever.
My toaster got fried because it was on the same circuit that my dryer fried itself on. I need an electrician.
I used to have a nice blender but my sister ruined it. Every appliance she touches crumbles into dust.
I've always wanted one of those cool high speed blenders. But they are too expensive.
I'm looking into getting one. I essentially worship my crockpot so I think it'd be a great addition to the kitchen arsenal
I recently got this cooking gadget and with a little yelling and threats it works quite well...
Spoiler: 2nd spoiler
Antithesis of a gadget, but a spray bottle with dishwashing liquid and water.
I made it for wasp killing so I didn't poison every bug in town, but instead dropped them from the air and killed then myself.
It's also been great for cleaning dishes, washing hands, and I recently used it with a wet dry vac as a ghetto upholstery cleaner with surprising success.
Those are fine if you don't have a traditional blender and you want to make smoothies/milkshakes for one person at a time. They are badly designed though, the action of the motor will loosen the screw off top/blade thing and if you get any leaked food in the bottom of that base unit it's a bitch to clean it.
So they are OK, just intended for filthy casuals and probably redundant for most people who actually buy kitchen appliances.
A tiny convection oven that people use to "fry' french fried potatoes.
The cheapest yet cutest colander for small amount of cooked rice/pasta/beans, etc.
Spoiler: Beware the whale
I just use a flat grater.
EDIT: Shit, I didn't see Kitchen Gadget. Think, Pants, think.
Uh, I use my potato chip clips pretty regularly. Yeah, yeah, that's the ticket.
Muh lemon and lime squeezer
TBH I still like using just a fork to get the juice out of limes. Poke in and twist.
I just bought a rice cooker the other day, and I absolutely love it. I don't even have to set a timer, it just does it automatically based on the weight you put in it.
I have a champagne cork I use to store pushpins and safety pins in.