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Useful gadgets.
Started by: jathbee (9593) Report abuse
The one I like the best is my food processor. Had it for many years and use it on a regular basis.
A cherry stoner, blender, mixer, silicone egg poachers, perfect poached eggs every time, potato ricer, splatter guard, electric whisk. No chance of me giving away any of those away. 👍

Posted by: PeterP (7253) Report abuse
Electric can opener which grips the can whilst opening and a magnet holds the lid. Can put a can in press the lever and do another job whilst can opens

Posted by: kathpressey (5008)  Report abuse
Never heard of acherry stoner jathbee. I just spit them out

Posted by: wizzerwin (1555) Report abuse
If there’s a better gadget than the pressure king pro I’d like to see it

Posted by: basil brush (12740) Report abuse
Mrs Brushes friend has one of them and swears by it'

Posted by: jathbee (9593) Report abuse
I have a pressure cooker too, which is also used regularly.

Posted by: jathbee (9593) Report abuse
Posted by: kathpressey (4989) View kathpressey's page2,500+ Report abuse
Never heard of acherry stoner jathbee. I just spit them out
Can't really do that when I'm making a fruit salad 😂

Posted by: kathpressey (5008)  Report abuse

Posted by: TerryW (2625) Report abuse
Still got a Veg O Matic in the loft somewhere.

Posted by: broady (15104)   Report abuse
Surely everyone has a mandolin for cutting veg in all shapes and sizes. Looked great when they demonstrated them. Lucky if you survived with all your fingers intact. We had a pineapple corer also. That much juice on you a shower was required.

Posted by: firefox (204) Report abuse
Pressure King Pro - Superb.
Halogen oven - Superb and most used.
Tefal Actifry - Superb

Posted by: lisalee (12136)   Report abuse
Must admit I've always been a bit scared of a pressure cooker but I like the look of those Pressure King Pro's

Posted by: nanajacqui (2487)  Report abuse
I won't have a pressure cooker after seeing my Mums pea soup explode up to the ceiling,what a mess it made,I'm not sure if she didn't follow the instructions or whether it was a fault I was only small

Posted by: lisalee (12136)   Report abuse
That's what put me off. My mum always had a stove top pressure cooker on the go at tea time, still does to be honest. Scared the living daylights out of me.

Posted by: jathbee (9593) Report abuse
I have used a pressure cooker since my girls were small, still do, never had a problem. Cuts the cooking time down to a fraction.


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