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February 3, 2006

Hands–Free Stirrer

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One scary–looking kitchen tool.

From the website:

    Hands–free stirrer keeps mixtures moving.

    Like having another pair of hands when making continuous-stir dishes such as risotto or custard.

    Uses the same motor found in power screwdrivers.

    Stirs from the bottom to keep even ultra-thick mixtures moving.

    Adjustable-height stainless steel shaft and special paddles in three sizes to fit pans from 1.5 to 4.5 quarts.

    Spring-loaded arms attach to saucepan rim.

    Steady no-splatter speed.

    Uses four long-lasting alkaline batteries (included).

    Almost 5 hours of continuous stirring (10 hours on intermittent setting).

    Shaft and paddles are dishwasher–safe.

    Folds for storage.

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Reduced (gee — why are we not completely surprised?) from $50 to $19.99 here.

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Comments

Stiring it one of the largest waste of times in life. I can't wait to get one of these.

Posted by: Adam | Mar 13, 2006 12:05:40 AM

I figure if you're too busy to stir a pot (which can be a fine meditative moment), then either your life needs simplification or you shouldn't be cooking anything that requires constant stirring.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Feb 4, 2006 2:56:03 PM

If it had a whisk attachment, it would be tempting to try it for gumbo (which requires way too much time stirring over a pot for my taste). But paddles of different size just won't cut it. After trying many various permutations and combinations to get a roux to the perfect color and taste, the results are always better while stirring with a whisk.

For those of you looking for Superbowl recipes, here's my Tale of Two Gumbos (one easy, one hard). But, of course, the harder one tastes much better!

http://everythingandnothing.typepad.com/mississippi/2005/11/a_tale_of_two_g.html

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Feb 3, 2006 4:20:54 PM

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