Sunday, June 6, 2010

A NewToy for the kitchen!

                                                 Pasta Peeler
I usually cut my veggies with a knife to make pasta.
I have been trying to decide between two items for far too long. I finally made a choice and ordered the one you see above- but I was eyeing a more substantial looking competitor made of metal. I chose this one because it came in a set of the different peelers.

 It is very light in the hand ( and sorta borders on feeling cheap...but it was cheap. Three peelers for $15.08). I am worried after one use how long it will last, but I am so happy with the noodles it made.
When and if it fails I will upgrade to the other model.

The zucchini at the market were tiny and my sister (bless her) had to go to three stores to find those.
I made a quick pasta dish for lunch.

I small zucchini
1 Raw Crabby Cake chopped
large drops of olive caviar
1/4 ripe avocado
1/3 cup organic tomato sauce from the pantry
I loved this dish. The sauce had some kick to it.
I will be sure to pick large veggies to get longer noodles next time.

Just as I was starting to feel sorry for myself my sister just came over with this for me.
Desserts really do do it for me sometimes!
My mood is instantly lifted.
Yummy! Creamy and light. I loved it.


Antony said...

What a great idea! I'd never heard of these but I'm definitely getting one :-)

Angel said...

I have a julienne peeler just like yours, and I love it! <3 Much easier than a large spiralizer gizmo.

Oooh, that cheesecake looks divine!

kevin georgina grayson simon said...

Antony and Angel : I really like this little thing. Now that I have used it on other veggies, I find it worth the money and I will just get a new one when it gets dull.

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