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  1. Cool Tools

  2. Cuisipro 4-sided Box Grater

    Cuisipro 4-sided Box Grater


    So, you ask, how can a Box Grater be a ‘Cool Tool’? Is anything more mundane? or basic? And the answer is ‘it’s a Cool Tool when it’s based on new, patent pending technology, that prepares a better component for your dishes!’ The problem with most box graters is that they are now-dull pieces of stamped below-average steel that ‘cut’ the food badly, on ragged edges: these are stamped metal that do not produce the sharp clean cuts we associate with using a honed knife or mandolin. Enter the Cuisipro 4-sided Box Grater with patent pending Surface Glide Technology™ ...the solution to the issue of less-than adequate box graters.
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  3. Cuisipro Apple Corer

    Cuisipro Apple Corer


    OK, so what could be so different about an apple corer?  They have a round tube with teeth to cut through the apple, and if you’re pretty accurate, you get rid of the core and most of the seeds.  I’ve used one for years, and never thought much about it... except when I had to stick my finger in between those sharp little teeth to dislodge the last piece of core.  And while I never actually injured myself, I always felt a bit apprehensive.  

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  4. Cuisipro Convertible Dual Roasting Rack

    Cuisipro Convertible Dual Roasting Rack


    Why use a roasting rack? The main reason is to elevate the food above the fray--or in this case, above the fats that drain out of it while it’s cooking. The second is to allow the air to circulate to achieve more even cooking and a better result. Both of these are good reasons to use a rack. But how do you choose which one to use?

    We've all heard about “beer can” chicken, with the concept being that you set the chicken upright with some metal thing (you should excuse the expression) up the chicken's butt. Why would you do this, other than the fact that it's amusing to see the chicken sitting at attention in the roasting pan?

    In fact, sitting a chicken up vertically is a great way to roast a chicken. You get the maximum amount of crispy skin, and the meat stays moist and tender. But the potential side-effects of beer can paint inside your chicken should be avoided, and most vertical roasters (which is what this class of tools is called) are unitaskers that take up a lot of room in your cabinets. That is ...until now.

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  7. Cool Tip: What to Drink while watching the Olympics

    With the Olympics in Rio just around the corner, a lot of our drinking attention will be focused on Caipirinha (pronounced kie-purr-REEN-yah), the national drink of Brazil.

  8. Cool Tip: Placement Matters

    Know how to read a recipe--this Cool Tip provides some good advice on interpreting reciipes.

  9. Cool Tip: Romance & Food

    There is a definite connection between romance & food, here's some information to help understand it...

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