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Click ‘n Cook0

As some of you may know, I used to be a chef. And I sort’a still am; it’s in the blood, I suppose. As such, I find myself constantly intrigued by innovative cooking tools for both home and commercial use.

My kitchen isn’t very large, so I tend to keep my eyes peeled for effective storage for cooking tools. And this modular spatula system looks quite interesting:

The Click ‘n Cook would definitely clear out a ton of space in my “junk” utensil drawer.  A stainless steel block stores five heads, each a different shape:

  • A normal ol’ spatula—you know… flat. . . for pancakes
  • A long slotted spatula—generally used for fish
  • An extra-wide slotted spatula
  • A slotted spoon
  • A mixer—not the wire kind, but the kind used to scrape batter from a bowl

The block also stores a handle. Each of the heads clicks into this, making it quite the multi-tool for the kitchen.

This video shows how the Click ‘n Cook came to be, how it’s made, and the mode of thought behind this unique product.

My only concern is that when I cook, I tend to have spoons and spatulas and God knows what else all over the place. With the Click ‘n Cook, I’d have to jettison one attachment to use another. And though this would make cleanup easier, I don’t know how well it would work when I’m flying around the kitchen in Iron Chef style.   

At the time of this writing, the Click ‘n Cook was entering into its production phase. At $35.00, it’s a bit pricey for a set of spatulas . . . but it may be well worth it.

by John Barker

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