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  2. Cheese Lover's Bundle

    Cheese Lover's Bundle


    As low as: $81.61

    Here's a fun gift for the cheese lovers on your list. It includes an assortment of wonderful Cool Tools to store and serve your cheese to perfection, and comes complete with a card that provides some guidance for creating a great cheese course.

    Here's what's included in the bundle:

    • Cheese Vault: Why It's Cool: Convenient effective way to store cheese that keeps it handy and protected
    • Cheese Slicer: Why It's Cool: Blade (instead of wire) cuts cheese easily
    • Cheese Grip: Why It's Cool: Keep your fingers off the cheese with this convenient handle
    • Cheese Labels: Why It's Cool: Helps guests know what they're eating; reusable
    • The Cheese Knife: Why It's Cool: Cuts cheese cleanly without sticking
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  3. RSVP CookMark

    RSVP CookMark


    Ever wanted to cook two (or more) recipes out of the same cookbook?  Happens to us all the time.  Then you’re constantly turning the pages back and forth, losing your place, getting smudges all over the cookbook, and generally getting annoyed during what should be fun, creative time in the kitchen.  You can mark the pages with Post-it Notes (we used to), but that solves only the losing-your-place problem, and doesn’t solve the getting-to-the-page problem or the keeping-it-clean challenge.

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  4. RSVP Cut 'N Chunks

    RSVP Cut 'N Chunks


    The question ringing in my head - and therefore presumably in yours - is “if you (Kennedy) are a self-proclaimed ‘knife guy’, then why are you recommending a couple of what some ‘knife people’ would call “gadgets” that arguably perform the same functions as your knives?”

    And the first answer is ...because each of this well designed scissor-like device perform its tasks exceptionally well: it produces evenly cut ingredients (on the fly, when needed) for use in any of your recipes. And this is the essential requirement of a good mise-en-place, which is about advance setup, cutting all your ingredients into the ‘right’ size so that their flavor can be maximized in your dish, and doing all this preparation neatly, efficiently, and safely. Sometimes, you just don’t need knives to produce a good mise-en-place.

    And then sometimes you forget an ingredient, or you need more of an ingredient that is already cooking in the pan, or you get inspired to add a new ingredient by tasting your dish in mid-course. And then you have the second answer: this is the tool you need in those situations when you just need to cut-up a small amount of something - often quickly or at the last minute - and you don’t want - or can’t justify - the counter space or the additional cleanup of a knife - or 2 - and a cutting board, and another bowl.

    That’s when you need the RSVP Cut ‘n’ Chunks: a  legitimately Cool Tool that simplifies those situations and allows you to assure that you have all the ingredients you want for a particular recipe, prepared and ready to go, regardless of your knife skills, and especially when you forgot earlier or you decided at the last minute that ‘a little something extra’ was a good idea.

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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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