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Preparing Salad the FreshPrep Way | Manolo for the Home


Ever tune into the Home Shopping Network? There’s something a little naughty about watching uppity women desperate to sell you something you don’t really need in the next 15 minutes. I don’t have a television, but the Home Shopping Network has gotten around that by putting their inventory online. How else, after all, would reclusive people like myself ever discover how empty their lives are without the FreshPrep Toss & Chop Salad Tool?

FreshPrep Toss & Chop™ Salad Tool

Now I realize that staring into its gaping maw doesn’t tell you much about how this apparent miracle of a kitchen tool functions. Luckily, HSN is there to clarify things.

Toss, mix and chop your food all in one step with our FreshPrep Toss & Chop™ Salad Tool. This amazing cutlery device allows you to quickly make healthy, fresh meals. Conveniently and swiftly prepare all the ingredients to make egg, chicken, tuna or chef salads, holiday stuffing and more—all in one bowl. Simple and easy to use, this great little tool saves you time in the kitchen so you can spend it with friends and loved ones.

I can’t deny that I do like spending time with friends and loved ones! Who doesn’t? Fascists, that’s who! So toss out your knives and your forks, and fill your kitchens with cooking and prep gadgets that don’t have any kind of cross-functionality. It’s the American way!

3 Responses to “*CHOMP*”

  1. Jo February 9, 2009 at 5:54 pm #

    I use a freakin’ huge Wusthoff chef knife for that sort of thing. It saves time once you learn how to use it, and you get the added benefit of being able to brandish it at people. Oh, and whack ‘em on the back of the hand with the flat of the knife if they’re stealing salad makings.

  2. Never teh Bride February 9, 2009 at 6:09 pm #

    Jo: Same here, though our good chef’s knife is a different brand. I have come to laugh at the notion of a knife lock holding different choppers and at things like the bizarre scissors above. Much like our cast iron pan sees all the action, our chef’s knife is the star of our kitchen.

  3. Echo February 13, 2009 at 5:09 am #