Here is one of the more charming products we saw at the 2008 Home and Housewares Show
this week. Watch this video! More info below...
This manual food processor is new, and we think that it's a great option for some small kitchens. We speak from experience and say that making pesto and grinding nuts is indeed much, much quicker in a food processor than with a knife and two hands; but food processors can get expensive and are too big for many small kitchens. This one, on the other hand, has no handles to stick out and take up precious cupboard space; it's small enough to stack inside a bowl.
We also like that it uses no electricity! Just think - fresh salsa when camping, or at the park. Plus you get a workout when you use it. It's quieter than a regular food processor too.
And the low price on this is appealing - both for small kitchens and even college students in dorm rooms. They'll be in stores soon for about $30.
We liked several of Chef'n's other products, too - they were playful without being silly or childish. We'll show you more soon...
We've talked about Chef'n products before - see these posts:
• Chef'n Palm Peeler
• Garlic Unitasker of the Day: Chef'N Garlic Zoom Chopper