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April 12, 2007

OXO Cherry Pitter


OXO, fresh from the mango wars, turns its attention to the cherry space.

From websites:

    OXO Cherry Pitter

    With the OXO Good Grips Cherry Pitter, baking cherry pies, canning cherries and making homemade preserves are no longer the pits.

    The Cherry Pitter features a removable splatter shield that directs juices downward and prevents them from spraying you and soiling your work area.

    When not in use, the splatter shield fits inside the front chamber and a lock holds the Cherry Pitter closed for convenient storage.

    Sturdy, die-cast zinc construction removes pits with ease, and soft, comfortable, ergonomic nonslip santoprene handles absorb pressure while you squeeze.

    The cherry holder is extra large to accommodate Bing and Rainier cherries and has a recessed cup to securely hold smaller varieties when pitting.

    Also try the Cherry Pitter to prepare fresh cherries for small children.

    The Cherry Pitter should be placed in the dishwasher in its unlocked position.



Note: one website bills this device as a "Cherry/Olive Pitter."


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Should be called "Kick The Pit Out Of It"

Posted by: Ray | Apr 13, 2007 9:10:31 PM

I'm sure that five or six pounds of cherries are included with this gadget -- silly of me to even mention something so moronically obvious. (Good thing, too, because last summer cherries were going for six dollars a pound down here in the stix.) Oooh, YUM! I can't wait! Gonna make me a cherry pie and eat it in ONE day. Then order me some big-ass jeans.

Posted by: Flautist | Apr 12, 2007 5:07:35 PM

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