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    Default What will the new Fall products be?

    I think it's time we start guessing or wishing what the new products will be! Any ideas?

    I've got to say I'm excited about the SAT this time around because I already have a solid July including a fundraiser for a county commissioner. I'd like to earn more than the minimal or nothing as I've done in the past.
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    I want a nylon mini serving spatula, especially for the brownie pan.

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    Quote Quote by pchockeymom View Post
    I want a nylon mini serving spatula, especially for the brownie pan.
    Great idea..I also want a lid for the MFP.
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    I'd like to see a pasta cooking insert for the stockpot.
    Once again, I'll add that I'd also like an insert for the loaf pan for meatloaf. Just lift it out of the grease.
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    Quote Quote by chefheidi2003 View Post
    Great idea..I also want a lid for the MFP.
    Forgot about that - yes!

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    Quote Quote by pchockeymom View Post
    I want a nylon mini serving spatula, especially for the brownie pan.
    I just said this the other day! The mini spatula would be the perfect size for the brownie pan, but I don't want to scrape my pan up. In the meantime, I'm using the citrus peeler to gently loosen the food from the pan and then I stick it in a corner of each well and pop the food out. It works great for now. But I'll keep my fingers crossed for a nylon mini spatula.

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    Quote Quote by Shari in TX View Post
    I just said this the other day! The mini spatula would be the perfect size for the brownie pan, but I don't want to scrape my pan up. In the meantime, I'm using the citrus peeler to gently loosen the food from the pan and then I stick it in a corner of each well and pop the food out. It works great for now. But I'll keep my fingers crossed for a nylon mini spatula.

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    The brown pan scrapers work perfectly- exact size of the brownies. They just need a handle!
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    The brown pan scrapers do work great for things like brownies, but mini lasagnas, not so much! Very Messy! I've been using my classic scraper! lol

    I would also like a decent set of chef tools. These nylon ones are not as sturdy as I would prefer
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    how about a forged cutlery knife sharpener? I'd like that!

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    Quote Quote by Brenda.the.chef View Post
    The brown pan scrapers do work great for things like brownies, but mini lasagnas, not so much! Very Messy! I've been using my classic scraper! lol

    I would also like a decent set of chef tools. These nylon ones are not as sturdy as I would prefer
    Chef tools ok but please not so top heavy. The ones we had looked very nice but they were always falling out of the pan/spoon rest... because the handle part was so much heavier than the spoon/spatula part.
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    I agree.. I HATED the old ones. I thought they were too long too.
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    I still want a cookbook stand!
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    What about utensils? They would be a nice companion to the Simple Additions. I am a new consultant and I have had two different people ask me for everyday utensils - so I'm not the only one!

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    a larger spoon rest. Last spring someone posted a pic of one similiar to ours, but it was wiser and could fit TWO utensils!!

    and a better cheese cutter. Ours is great for hard cheeses, but not so great for softer cheeses. I would love a wire one either like the old one from years ago or a wire on a board (with a ruler) so we can get slices all the same thickness.
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    I wish they had a nylon fork for use in the Cookware. My MIL uses a fork to turn her small meat, etc and has asked for it.
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    I saw this groovy tool at a cooking show I did. Of course I snapped a picture of it and sent it to HO as a suggestion in February. Let's see if I can attach my photo.

    salad-tongs.jpg
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    Quote Quote by maldvs View Post
    I wish they had a nylon fork for use in the Cookware. My MIL uses a fork to turn her small meat, etc and has asked for it.
    I have aPC nylon fork. Maybe they could bring it back

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    Sometimes I just wonder what more can they come up with?! We don't seem to discontinue very many things, too, so our catalog just gets thicker and thicker!

    I wish we had a better meat thermometer, a pasta insert for a stockpot, a better lid design for the Measure, Mix & Pour, and a new design on the batter bowl so that they can stack better.

    A binder to put all the SB's in would be nice, too.

    A new and improved line of Chef's Tools.
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    Of course, during my lunch break I went shopping for kitchen gadgets and saw a few cool things:

    Food Mill/Ricer
    Utensil rack
    Mortar/Pestle
    Drawer organizer
    Update our egg slicer to an egg slicer/chopper (2 blades, 1 that turns a 1/4 turn)
    Rolling pin
    Utensils that clip to pan (like Rachel Ray's line)
    Canisters... possibly bamboo to keep with the adding something bamboo each season.
    Toast Tongs
    Bottle opener
    Wine Bottle Stopper (yeah, like I'd ever need that!)
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    I'd love to see the apple corer/slicer improved with a base like the rest of our line.

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