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Dewey, My Kitchen Drill

Boring hole-some foods
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Enlighten and enrich your food preparation moments with the handy kitchen drill Dewey. In glistening white, pink or avocado with latex grip and stainless steel chuck, your food tool of choice will sit nestled in its charging cradle ready for action.

Try the different pasta drill bits to turn out anelli, bucatini, cannelloni, ditali and ditalini. Learn how to hollow out an oat roll into cheerio’s, to mount a large bore for bagel and donut puncture and to use the flexible drill bit to perforate pre-Swiss cheese.

Feeling comfortable with Dewey? Check out advanced functions like centrifuging lettuce, pulling taffy and rinsing the drainpipe.

FarmerJohn, Jan 20 2005

US patent 4,291,429 http://tinyurl.com/5dugp
drill attachment for cleaning drains [xaviergisz, Jan 20 2005]

You were reading this one? Polo_20Shaped_20Food
or vice versa...? [DrCurry, Jan 20 2005]

Or, um, this one? http://www.chenhen....ng/american-pie.gif
[DrCurry, Jan 22 2005]

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       + Use the special buffing wheel to polish your rice...
robinism, Jan 20 2005
  

       Been waitin' for you, Mr. Minus.
FarmerJohn, Jan 20 2005
  

       Could be a Ms or even Mrs.   

       I can now make my own potato hula hoops.
skinflaps, Jan 20 2005
  

       Holey Headcheese Batman that's a clever idea!
JungFrankenstein, Jan 20 2005
  

       It's Mr.
[ sctld ], Jan 20 2005
  

       "Thanks [sctld]!"
FarmerJohn, Jan 20 2005
  

       a reference to "Malcolm in the Middle"?
xaviergisz, Jan 20 2005
  

       Or a kitchen tool organizational system?
Worldgineer, Jan 20 2005
  

       FarmerJohn, your sarcasm (unlike your ideas) is always welcomed. HAND.
[ sctld ], Jan 20 2005
  

       No sarcasm meant. In the spirit of improvement, it's always good to know why some ideas are not welcome.
FarmerJohn, Jan 21 2005
  

       Wire wheel for Advanced Oven Cleaning.
egbert, Jan 24 2005
  
      
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