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Kimberly Y. Masibay

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    Instant Classic: Mango Splitter

    No more mangled mangos

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    Couscous

    A Middle Eastern staple, couscous is a quick and delicious alternative to rice or pasta

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    Orange Crème Brûlée

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    Edge-lovers, rejoice

    When this unusual baking pan, designed for edge-lovers by 31-year-old inventor Matt Griffin, arrived in the mail, I couldn’t help wondering, Does anyone really need this? Shortly thereafter, at a…

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    A new and improved blender

    KitchenAid’s new five-speed blender may have an ultra-light polycarbonate pitcher, but there’s nothing else lightweight about this machine. Sure, it can blend tomato sauces and purée vegetable soups with ease,…

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    No more mangled mangos

    We’ve tried all sorts of gadgets for slicing, splitting, and coring fresh fruit, but generally we don’t consider them essential—a knife is really the only tool we need. Mangos, however,…

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    Mixed-Berry Jalousie

    This flaky pastry is impressive-looking, with its slatted top, but store-bought puff pastry makes it simple to pull together. To keep the filling from being overly juicy (which would sog…

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    Tool vs. Tool: Crepe Pans

    Crêpes are a delicious alternative to Sunday morning pancakes, and when you have the right tool, they’re really not very difficult to make at home. But what is the right…

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    A Handy Peeler

    We’re pretty particular about our peelers around here, and when we find one we like, we tend to stick with it. But this little peeler was so unusual—it’s a mere 2…

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    Cool Tool: Easy Lids

    Move over, plastic wrap