Flash Post: Sharp Thinking


Karoto SharpenerWhat It Is: Well sure, it may look like an ordinary pencil sharpener – but this little beauty is actually meant for the kitchen. Use it to create decorative flourishes for your salads by curling tendrils of carrot, zucchini, cucumber, and other cylindrical vegetables. Incidentally you can also just use the sharpen feature to create your own ‘baby carrots’ as a fun spring crudites choice. It’s a lot of wow for little effort!

Who It’s For: Your mom’s stocking, to complement those radish roses you’ve never gotten the hang of. Your kid’s teacher, as a tongue-in-cheek joke that’ll also dress up her lunchtime salad. Your brother, so he can impress that girl he’s been wooing by making her a fancy-looking dinner.

What It Costs: The ‘Karoto’ is $14.99

Where It’s At: Try Animi Causa, which offers free worldwide shipping.

 

Sanuk bonus entry: Do you follow me on Pinterest? If yes, repin one of my pins & leave a link to your repin in the comments below to score a bonus entry! And tell me what you think of the ‘Karoto’ while you’re at it.

Comments
12 Responses to “Flash Post: Sharp Thinking”
  1. nikki robak says:

    I follow u on pinterest and repinned the cat ottoman http://pinterest.com/pin/401313016765005075/

  2. nikki robak says:

    I think the caroto is a great product, saves time making garnishes

  3. Debbie Bashford says:

    I do now and re-pinned the Unofficial Lego Taxidermy Kits http://pinterest.com/pin/284712007665446728/

  4. Annie Demill says:

    Yes I follow you on pinterest and here is my repin: http://pinterest.com/pin/401313016764963992/repin/ I think the karoto is fun and I haven’t
    found a kitchen gadget yet that I haven’t loved πŸ™‚

  5. Joan G says:

    Novel idea but I’m not sure how much I would use it like other items that take up room in my drawers.

  6. Francine says:

    Sanuk bonus entry – I follow you on Pinterest – my re-pin is here: http://pinterest.com/pin/274367802271366540/
    I think the karoto would make fun garnishes for salads!

  7. Loralie Baker says:

    Sanuk bonus entry – http://m.pinterest.com/pin/176555247864508402/
    I think the Karoto is cool. I would love to try it out πŸ™‚

  8. I follow you on Pinterest and re-pinned something awesome!

    Also the Karato is totally cool and unique. I could see myself using that!!

  9. Susan says:

    What a cool little veggie tool!

  10. Alison K says:

    Sanuk bonus entry: I follow you on Pinterest & repinned the World’s Tiniest Package (so cute!) http://pinterest.com/pin/190347521723192826/?
    The β€˜Karoto’ is interesting but probably not for my kitchen. I’d rather eat my food than play with it πŸ˜‰

  11. Maggie says:

    Sanuk Bonus Entry- I follow on Pinterest as theo44 and I pinned this: http://pinterest.com/pin/435582595180056264/

    I think the Karoto is a great novelty tool and I would like to get myself one.

  12. diane p says:

    I am following you on Pinterest, and pinned the following. http://pinterest.com/pin/153333562285733630/
    I like the Karoto and I would love to have it.

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