I’ll probably never again have the opportunity to title a blog entry like that. I’m taking advantage of it while I can.
As you may have guessed, today’s entry is about two different topics. First, I want to share news about a cool new product. Then we’ll move on to a reader’s question.
I’m intrigued by the Easy Whip, a new kitchen tool by a company called iSi North America that makes homemade whipped cream and dispenses it with the ease of a store-bought canister such as ReddiWip.
All you do with this device is pour in heavy whipping cream and a sweetener such as confectioner’s sugar, “charge the whipper” (whatever that means) and squirt it out. How nifty is that?
This is what the Easy Whip looks like. It reminds me of the Aunt Jemima bottle’s thinner, more elegant cousin. For more information about the Easy Whip, go to this Web site.