New Kitchen Tool

by Cate on January 20, 2007

One of the Christmas presents I got from my sister and brother-in-law was this new thing called the Food Loop. This was the first time I had ever seen this, and it’s meant to take the place of string or toothpicks in your kitchen. I used it for a roast chicken last weekend and it worked liked a charm.

– heat resistant to 675F/357C
– non-stick, food safe and really flexible to use
– can be used in any pan on the stovetop, in the oven, in the microwave or freezer
– non-stick
– reusable and cleans up easily in soapy water or in a dishwasher (mesh dishwasher/storage bag included)

It’s available in the US, internationally and online, and if you want one of your very own, you can check this out to find the nearest source.

A year ago today… a new food blog discovery.

*Above photo from foodloop.com

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Shawnda January 20, 2007 at 3:08 pm

That maybe the coolest thing I’ve seen… at least in a couple of weeks! I’ve never cooked anything I had to “tie up” – I never remember that I need twine when I’m out shopping.

You should get some kind of referral fee… I’ll be heading out today and have every intention of picking one up :)

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Sara January 24, 2007 at 12:48 am

I have them too, and I don’t like them that well – they’re not great for small items. I made a chicken with a lemon glaze and the sweet glaze burned onto the ties and I could never get them clean. The good thing is that they don’t take up much room in the kitchen!

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