|Chalkdust - 2013-01-18 |
I get one of these at the tea shop when I'm feeling particularly bad about myself. You mean I can have that kind of convenient self-loathing without having to leave my poorly-lit, claustrophobic apartment!?
|chumbucket - 2013-01-18 |
Another successful conversion of a s&m sexual aid into food prep.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-01-18 |
Mix it with the Chip Wave and you'll have a Spud-nami!
|Meerkat - 2013-01-18 |
NOW GET OUT OF MY HOUSE
|Shanghai Tippytap - 2013-01-18 |
have a happy family. feel love like on television.
|baleen - 2013-01-18 |
I'll be the first one here to say how much Tim & Eric suck!
|The Townleybomb - 2013-01-18 |
Garlic paremsan? That DOES sound fun!
|RocketBlender - 2013-01-19 |
Honestly, isn't bad for what is essentially a turning slicer. I used one a lot for a lot of salad garnishes and stuff for buffets. They can be pricey. http://www.cutleryandmore.com/benriner/pro-turning-slicer-p114707? src=Shopping&cam=Products&kw=14707
That said, I have little to no use for one at home, so yeah...
Binro the Heretic
I have a little gadget that only cost me three bucks and does the same thing. It's just a little blade with an auger on one end and a ring on the other. You put the auger in the potato and, using your finger in the ring, twirl the blade through the potato.
I've never thought of putting the end result on a stick and frying it, though. I usually just make a cut with a knife from one end to the other splitting the spiral into little scalloped potatoes.
|boner - 2013-01-19 |
Possible trend: all novelty junk-food appliances are eventually demonstrated with an apple as the token healthy thing you can fry/bake/dehydrate with it.
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