TODAY'S FRY-DAY FEATURE IS A LITTLE SWEET:
Creating vegetable "noodles" for your Stir Fry take it from at home to restaurant quality in seconds!
My knife skills are severely lacking! These help!
Keep the theme alive with these tools!
WOK is the Cantonese word for round bottom pan. Whether you are using a high heat gas stove or electric stove, you have options!
Add some spice to your Stir Fry or dump over lettuce for an amazing salad!
Long and straight cuts. Two different size grids for thicker or thinner fries. Mechanism and handle made cutting effortless. Suction cup on the bottom is perfect for stabilizing cutter.
Used a thin bristle brush to make sure no potato residue was in the cutting grid. Cleanup was fairly simple.
Large potatoes, sweet potatoes, root vegetables, and long zucchini or carrot sticks.
People who make a lot of fries or planning to entertain and restaurant kitchens.
Medium length cuts with a slight curve depending on vegetable size. Two different grid sizes for a thick or thin cut. Smooth and easy cutting motion.
Super simple! Pulled out the grid and gave the whole piece a quick wipe and rinse!
Smaller potatoes, zucchini segments, carrot segments, hard boiled eggs, mushrooms.
People with small kitchens and need multi-purpose items. Kids assisting with cooking due to it's light weight and plastic handle.
"It's an easy sell because it is a great price point and it's something new that we can bring to the table. With the dual materials, its very functional and anyone can use it with out having burt on food." - Jodi West Buyer for In The Kitchen, Pittsburgh
This feature was not sponsored by Frieling.