To assist you last minute shoppers Alton has assembled a rogue's gallery of bad kitchen gadgets. Under no circumstances should you probably buy any of
these for someone you actually care about, but you might consider one for an office re-gifting if you are unfortunate enough to have some in your
possession or if you know of someone who wants to cosplay as Wolverine.
I am actually not sure if this shouldn't be in jokes ...
edit on 17-12-2015 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)
Must see internet for Grandmas everywhere. And me. Because I was "this close" to buying a pogo whisk for my beloved mother-in-law with arthritis - but
now - not so much. It will probably end up on next years video.
so i watched it the food threads are not my thing but i was amused with that video the rollie still has me lmao im kinda amazed at what people will
buy when the most efficient way to cook is to just use the simplest means possible the frying pan and whatever btw i like my eggs and tators cooked in
bacon grease, now where can i find a pair of those meat shredders?
I am surprised the "STUFFED BURGER" didn't make it! Trust me! I bought one for myself and gave one to by brother and after I used it? I said to
myself, "Bet your brother thinks you are a dumb ass for wasting your money!".
Want a Juicy Lucy? Use some wax paper and your damn hands!
If you don't know what a "Juicy Lucy" is make sure you have your family filter on when you google it?
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Poor Rolle. This is the first time that's ever happened!
I bought something I was pretty skeptical about not too long ago for cooking eggs, though it didn't try to make them look like something you would
read about in a romance novel being described as "turgid". It's a ceramic thing with a lid so you can microwave eggs. It's freaking awesome. You
can poach the bastards, make them scrambled, it's super easy to clean and does an awesome job.
My husband bought one of those avocado slicer things you see pictured at the very beginning. I usually just cross cut and cube an avocado when I do
them, but he likes the attraction of being able to remove those long, perfect slices.
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