If you have a foodie on your shopping list, you will love these gadgets!!
The Cilio Raclette Set combines sturdy black metal with oak wood, with stainless steel accents on the oak wood handle. The base, which is 7.5 x 3.5 inches, contains three standard tea light candles that gently heat the cheese. The sides of the base fold open or closed for convenient storage and portability.
The Raclette pan has a nonstick coating and features a fold-out wood handle that keeps hands away from the heat. It’s detachable for easy cleaning. The Cilio Cheese Raclette includes the base, pan with detachable handle, scraper, three tea light candles and a user’s guide. It comes gift-boxed. SRP: $19.95.
I am a melted cheese addict! I generally just use a skillet to melt it, but honestly it’s a pain to clean up. This handy raclette is so easy to use, and it doesn’t use electricity! You simply light the tea light candles, add cheese, melt it, and enjoy. It’s easy to clean up, and stores in a small space.
Features and Benefits
- 57 oz. (1.7 L) capacity
- Illuminated power switch
- BPA-free plastic body and water level window
- Boils water faster, safer and more efficiently than any stove top kettle
- Locking lid
- Cool-touch handle and drip free pouring design
- Micro filter spout
- Concealed low-noise heating element
- Dry boil protection
- Safety auto shut-off and thermal cut-off
How Things Work
The Capresso Electric Water Kettle uses a simple one-switch operation. The water is quickly heated to a rolling boil and then the kettle automatically shuts off. A locking lid and dry boil protection offer added safety while the micro filter spout ensures the purest serving.
This is the best thing ever! It has an automatic shut off, so I don’t have to worry if I get sidetracked and forget it for a few minutes. It heats up very quickly, and we can enjoy our hot drinks in minutes. The cord winds up on underneath when you aren’t using it, and it’s easy to store on a shelf.
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