Today's fave gadget is the creation of one of Inventor Spot's favorite inventors, supporters, and occasional columnists Roger Brown. It's a new kitchen tool called the Pebble Peeler™ and it's being produced by Evriholder Products, a manufacturer with an extensive line of kitchen products.
Potatoes are one of the most commonly cooked vegetables U.S. households. Carrots, cucumbers, and other vegetables that require peeling are consumed at the rate of about 8 pounds per person per year. Fears about produce contamination have convinced many cooks to peel all of their fruits and vegetables.... Needless to say, you need a good vegetable peeler and scrubber.
The Pepple Peeler does both handily with a bonus of a comfortable, ergonomic design that fits right into the palm of your hand. In addition the two-part design fits together when not in use, providing a handy carrying case (to take on camping trips) and a safer way to keep the razor sharp vegetable peeler.
The Pebble Peeler is now selling at Wal-Mart stores.
For more information about Roger Brown and how he approaches invention, you can read Myra's enlightening interview with him. You can also read his periodic advice to new inventors in our Forum. And certainly, visit Roger's website to see his other successful inventions.