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This shapely tea maker with lime or pink zipper brews directly into its glass flask. For a strong tea, you put the tea leaves in the glass flask, insert the filter and pour some hot water. Want a weaker brew - put the leaves into the filter instead. Fully depress the plunger after brewing and pour, you don't have to remove the tea leaves or the filter. The Eva Solo tea maker is drip free and has a tip-up lid that automatically opens when you pour. The handwash only neoprene cover keeps your tea nice and warm for about 30 minutes.
Posted November 9, 2012 12:14 PM
One of the fastest ways to brighten up a kitchen can be with a splash of color against the typical white or stainless background. Electrolux offers a fun yet practical way to do that with its new Go Colour! range of small appliances.
Posted October 13, 2012 8:29 PM
This low fact cooker is a must have for those who can't live without French fries or crispy chips. T-Fal ActiFry is also quite proficient in preparing meat, fish, risotto, currys, stir frys, vegetables and fruit. ActiFry comes with the recipe book that contains over 30 great tasting and healthy recipes. Using a continual patented motion stirring paddle and unique heat pulse system, the low fat cooker needs just one spoon of oil to make 2 pounds of delicious French fries. Works with any oil.
Posted October 12, 2012 1:06 PM
Equipped with readily available BRITA MAXTRA filter, Bosch Filtrino pours hot water straight into your cup at precise temperature. At the touch of a button, you can get 70°C hot water for white teas, 80°C hot for green teas and 90°C hot for instant coffee or hot chocolate in just 40 seconds. You can also have your water at room temperature.
Posted October 4, 2012 12:56 PM
The Smart Scoop ice cream maker from Breville comes with Automatic Hardness Setting functionality, helping you to make the most delicious frozen treat in the comfort of your kitchen. No need to buy Häagen-Dazs anymore. This smart ice cream maker senses the hardness of your delicately concocted mixture, and based on your selection keeps it ready to serve. The 1 litre capacity ensures that you have plenty of ice cream to pass around.
Posted September 25, 2012 8:06 AM