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October 25, 2013

Collapsible Mezzaluna


Nicely done.


Reviewed by Florence Fabricant in the New York Times Dining section as follows:




With this collapsible mezzaluna, the Joseph Joseph company extends its track record of efficient, well-designed kitchen gadgets.

The handles fold in, switchblade style, to protect the sharp, curved stainless-steel blade of the chopper when it's not attacking a pile of herbs or mushrooms.

It also protects the digits of anyone rummaging in a drawer or on a counter.



Green or Grey: $15.

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Flautist, I never heard this Martin tune (well maybe when I was a rug rat)

It is poetry on its own and, the video pulls you there.

Dean was one of a kind, TY again!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 26, 2013 7:02:30 PM

Off topic, no point, no relevance - I just wanted to hear this good old cornball Dean Martin tune. That, plus I just like the word "mezzaluna."


Posted by: Flautist | Oct 26, 2013 1:41:32 PM

Yeah, sure, my kitchen drawers all look like that.
Anyone ever used one of these things?

Posted by: jim` | Oct 25, 2013 3:22:37 PM

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