COOKING tools, FOOD + DRINK | February 18, 2011

Three Kitchen Gadgets by Joseph Joseph

rocker garlic crusher by joseph joseph

My kitchen cabinets are full of cooking gadgets. I am intrigued by the design of these three cooking tools by Joseph Joseph. And they will make an affordable gift the next time you are invited to dinner at a friend’s house.

Rocker Garlic Crusher

Rocker, a uniquely shaped stainless-steel garlic crusher. I need to purchase a new one since my old garlic crusher broke a couple months ago. I feel that this one will be more resistant. A unique feature is that the garlic pieces are held in the shallow bowl, allowing them to be spooned or scraped easily into a pan. Since Rocker is made of stainless steel, you can rub your hands on it when you rinse it to remove the garlic smell on your hands. If you do not have one, simply rub your hands on the side or bottom of your stainless steel kitchen sink.

Pie Kitchen Timer

joseph joseph pie kitchen timer

Designed by English brothers Adrian and Jeremy Wright of WrightDesign, the Pie Kitchen Timer won in 2011 the Design Plus award and the Gift of the Year. They were a Design Plus 2010 winner for their Y-Grinder. The Pie Kitchen Timer will hit the stores soon. The gray Pie Kitchen Timer would be gorgeous on my new quartz kitchen counter top. I will keep that one in mind.

Catcher Citrus Reamer

joseph Joseph Catcher Citrus Reamer

The unique feature of this citrus reamer is that it catches the seeds as you press the juice. It is available in gray or in a new color, green. I prefer the green version.

SOURCING:
USA
+ Joseph Joseph Rocker, Garlic Crusher $15 USD
+ Joseph Joseph Catcher, Citrus Reamer $7.99 USD

Canada
+ Joseph Joseph Rocker, Garlic Crusher $11.84 CAD
+ Joseph Joseph Catcher, Citrus Reamer $7.50 CAD

UK
+ Joseph Joseph Garlic Crusher Rocker £16
+ Joseph Joseph Catcher, Citrus Reamer with pip-catching cup £8

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One Response to “Three Kitchen Gadgets by Joseph Joseph”

  1. Il faut vraiment que je me mette à la recherche du presse-ail et du truc pour le citron! Tu fais de belles trouvailles… ;-)