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A zingy, light thai style zucchini salad with edemame beans, peanut lime dressing and loads more goodness! Totally vegan and perfect for a quick light lunch or dinner!

Thai Style Zucchini Noodle Salad with Edamame Beans

A zingy, light thai style zucchini salad with edemame beans, peanut lime dressing and loads more goodness! Totally vegan and perfect for a quick light lunch or dinner!

Chef’n Twist Spiral Slicer | Sur La Table

Chef’n Twist Spiral Slicer

Chef’n Twist Spiral Slicer | Sur La Table

Twist Spiral Slicer

Twist Spiral Slicer

Chef’n Twist Handheld Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer

Chef’n Twist Handheld Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer

Pampered Chef Spiral & Slice:  Spiral-cut your veggies for a new spin on salads, sandwiches and side dishes. Spiral-cut potatoes and onions are to-die-for when deep-fried! Just pop veggies in the base, push on the plunger and twist away for spirals. Use the divider to make half-slices of veggies like zucchini, carrots, celery and pepper strips. Put all your salad fixings in each well and slice right into the bowl. Dishwasher-safe…

Pampered Chef Spiral & Slice: Spiral-cut your veggies for a new spin on salads, sandwiches and side dishes. Spiral-cut potatoes and onions are to-die-for when deep-fried! Just pop veggies in the base, push on the plunger and twist away for spirals. Use the divider to make half-slices of veggies like zucchini, carrots, celery and pepper strips. Put all your salad fixings in each well and slice right into the bowl. Dishwasher-safe…

Has a movie ever inspired you to buy a cooking utensil? The movie Chef made me buy a carving fork, but not for the traditional use. I watched Jon Favreau use one to twist pasta into a gorgeous spiral, and I had to have it. You’ve seen the movie, right? Granted, the language is a little...Read More »

Pasta Aglio e Olio (Pasta with Garlic and Oil)

Has a movie ever inspired you to buy a cooking utensil? The movie Chef made me buy a carving fork, but not for the traditional use. I watched Jon Favreau use one to twist pasta into a gorgeous spiral, and I had to have it. You’ve seen the movie, right? Granted, the language is a little...Read More »

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