Clever in the Kitchen
Excuse me, Waiter. There is a monster in my soup.
Five awesome kitchen gadgets and tools that make meals fun and easy.
Only the coolest kitchens have Loch Ness sightings. Once Nessie decides to move into your stew, your home will never be the same. Ths delightful ladle is made by OTOTO, in the form of the famous monster of the Scottish Highlands. Nessie earns its keep by not only floating around while the soup is on but also by serving it. Retail cost is $15, and you can get your very own starting next month.
The Staybowlizer's clever name tells you everything that you need to know. Place your bowl in the little holder and it won't wiggle around. It is a Bumbo seat for mixing bowls. Now that we think about it, kitchen gadgets do sometimes resemble twitchy toddlers. Retails for $24.95.
Lego my pancakes, dude. This kitchen set is guranteed to get the kids to cook. The Cook and Stack set contains three tools to cook all of the essentials, such as pasta, pancakes, and we forget what the spoon is for, but we are sure it is useful. The best part of this set could be the Lego baseplate, but just maybe it is the fact that with soft construction, parents won't injure themselves when they step on them in the dark. This set may cost you $34.99.
Cibo the crumb catching placemat makes it a challenge for kids to make a mess. That doesn't mean that they won't try. Made of sticky silicone, it is portable and easy to clean. Retails for $24.95.
Krevare's Soaptainer gives us a gallon of soap at our fingertips for months on end. Plus, it reduces the clutter on the countertop. Retail cost is $49.95. We like to think of it as the little soap gnome who lives under the sink.