Nearly 70 years of know-how make Gefu a specialist in high quality kitchen tools that are functional, beautiful, practical, design engineered and ergonomically pleasing. With a head office in Eslohe, Sauerland, Gefu products are sold in 47 countries. Inner Oasis is delighted to share these outstanding products with you.
Gefu’s rotary grater is suited for making shavings and fine crumbs. The clever design allows almost complete utilization of the material while keep in your hands safely out of the way and odor free. Fine and coarse drums; grate right into a storage container or your bowl/pan. Easy to clean. Drums can be shifted for use in the left hand.
The most popular of our Gefu products is the Spirelli. Operating like an old fashioned pencil sharpener, it will julienne carrots, radishes, cucumber, zucchini – I’ve even quartered and used potatoes for a tasty egg side-dish. Great for stir-fry, pasta, salads, garnishes and more.
This newly designed digital thermometer from Gefu is fast acting (4 to 19 seconds), easy to read and measures temperatures from -49F to 392F. Operates on an easy to change battery and comes with a cap to cover the tip when not in use. Great for everything from your wine to the baby’s bath.
Gefu’s Spiralfix with 4 different widths, cuts across the width of your vegetable with two high strength steel blades. Convenient and safe. Just dial the desired width, open the lid, place the vegetable in the box and close the lid. Push down gently and turn the handle. Vegetables spiral into a non-slip container – or directly into your bowl or pan. Great for casseroles, salads, and side dishes. Easy to clean; dishwasher safe.
Many of the kitchen gadgets found at Inner Oasis are here because you asked us to find them. Here’s another. Thank you!
Dreamfarm products come from down-under (Australia) and have charmingly fun names.
The Chopula is a cross between a chopper and a spatula. It’s thin and flexible enough to chop (even in a hot pan), and flip, yet it sits upright. The Chopula comes in multiple colors, takes temps up to 480 F, loves your dishwasher, and won’t damage your ceramic (nonstick) pans. All that for just $11.95!
Dreamfarm’s Supoon, like it’s cousin the Chopula, does multiple jobs and comes in fun colors. The Supoon, in two sizes, measures, stirs, scrapes, mixes, serves and sits up. Safe to use on nonstick cookware, the Supoon is dishwaser safe and takes temps up to 500F. Regular, $11.95, small $7.95.
The Onpot sticks to your pot lid, so you can safely rest the lid on the edge of your pot. The lids rests at a perfect angle so condensation and food splatter drips back into the pot. It’s always there when you need it. Safe up to 350F; the Onpot comes in joyous colors – $9.95
Equally colorful is JOT, a suction hook that sticks anywhere to hold anything. Perfect for you pen, hanging your keys or your charger cord. Sticks to a smooth flat surface. $5.95
Scizza perfectly slices any pizza, on any surface and serves. Nonstick safe nylon base won’t scratch cookware; heat resistant up to 400F. Hardened German stainless steel blades provide a sharp, long lasting cutting edge. The Scizza is extra long (5″ blades) to cut cleanly and completely through your pizza. The unique spatula tip slides under food easily.
Bake your favorite chocolate cupcakes using LeKue’s silicone reusable cupcake forms. To get perfect cupcakes every time use Tovolo’s Cupcake Filler. Just dip, scrape the back edge on your bowl, and push the plunger to drop the batter into the silicone molds.
Core your cupcakes using Oxo’s Cupcake Corer. Gently push the edge into the cupcake. Twist and pull out. Push core out by pressing down on the corer (in this case the red cap).
Cream Filling 1/4 C butter, softened
!4 C Shortening
2 C confectioners’ sugar (try organic, it makes a difference)
3 TBS 2% milk
1 tps vanilla extract
Pinch of salt (optional)
In a small bowl beat the butter, shortening, confectioners’ sugar, milk, vanilla and salt until smooth and fluffy – about 5 minutes. Makes enough to fill 2 batches of cupcakes.. or cut this recipe in half for one batch of 48 cupcakes.
Using a pastry bag, or teaspoon,fill each cupcake center with about a half teaspoon of the filling. This filling is soft and will slide down into the hole. Cap each cream filled hole with the top of one center … you and the kids get eat the bottom half of the holes!
Frost with your favorite frosting…
Great activity for kids on a summer day – summer get-together or picnic.