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August 5, 2007

Rotary Garlic Slicer


From the website:

    Rotary Garlic Slicer

    To savor the full flavor of garlic in pizza, pasta and other favorite dishes, cut the cloves into perfect paper-thin slices using our rotary-action tool.

    Just pop a peeled clove into the hopper, press it down with the top handle and turn the crank.

    Hands stay clean and the uniform slices cook evenly.

    Made of heavy-duty plastic and stainless steel.

    7-1⁄2" x 4-1⁄2" x 4" high.

    Dishwasher safe.


But what about us southpaws?

To coin a variant of a familiar bumper sticker: "I'm left-handed — and I cook!"


August 5, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Look at a picture of this garlic thing next to a picture of the giant baby anteater (or is it baby giant anteater....it's little, then it's big, it eats ants) and see if there isn't a strange resemblance...

Probably not a sign of the Apocalypse.
Just, hunh, is all.

Posted by: Flautist | Aug 5, 2007 10:51:19 AM

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