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MAY 30, 2006
The Palm Peeler

Last year, I discovered and wrote about Chef'n's WiseCracker, which went on to be named one of I.D. magazine's best new products of 2005.

This time, I found two more great things from the Seattle company.

First, the Palm Peeler is a little tool that makes peeling potatoes too easy. Simply slip the peeler onto your middle finger, blade facing out from your palm and you're good to go. It's an ergonomic wonder and I'm surprised no one has thought to make this before.

I found that the Palm Peeler is great for peeling just about any fruit or veggies, but especially messy mangoes, which I peeled over the weekend for my guacamango salsa.

The second is the Grapefruiter, a handheld grapefruit sectioner that, honestly, takes the pain out of sectioning your grapefruit and leaves you plenty of great pulpy fruit to eat instead of much of it ending up shredded.

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