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  1. Mastrad Full Slicone Tools

    Mastrad Full Silicone and Stainless Tools

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    $20.00

    Why It's Cool: Silicone-coated metal provides strength and flexibility while protecting your nonstick cookware

    We all have - or would like to have - more and more non-stick cooking surfaces in our kitchens: saute pans and skillets, even griddles … these surfaces enable “healthier” cooking with less cooking oils and fats, are easier to clean, and make it simpler to plate your food in an attractive presentation.

    Until recently, the use of these surfaces - especially the older “sprayed-on” varieties - required use of wooden cooking tools: to avoid scratching and pitting the surface and destroying its effectiveness. But those wooden tools were thick and blunt: they pushed the food around in your pan, and not very precisely. And those first generation high temperature (usually black) plastic tools weren’t much better: their sharp plastic edges can cut the non-stick surfaces almost as quickly as a sharp knife. And their “high temperatures” weren’t really so high, so they melted and curled up along the edges, and also became blunt and ineffective. How many of the older generation pans - and sets of melted plastic tools - have we all had to throw-out, after the non-stick surface was damaged, usually as a result of of a sharp spatula or the occasional knife: after all, how much harm can a table knife do? That shouldn’t be. And now, it doesn’t have to be any longer.

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  2. Mastrad Ice Ball Molds

    Mastrad Ice Ball Molds

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    $20.00

    Why It's Cool: Makes wonderful large round ice balls that melt slowly and don't dilute your drink...they look cool, too

    It's cocktail time, winter or summer, and you need ice for everyone.

    OK, but  how do you know how much you need? ... how much can your refrigerator  produce? ... how quickly? or if you buy it, then where do you store it?  ... and how do you replenish late in the evening when the local  convenience store has closed, or run out? ... And those fussy cocktail  people will get catty if their drinks don't stay cold or get diluted, or  both ... What's a host to do?

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