Chef’n StemGem Strawberry Stem Remover

Pinned on November 5, 2013 at 3:19 pm by Edith Hughes

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Chef’n StemGem Strawberry Stem Remover

Remove strawberry stems with ease with the StemGem strawberry stem remover from Chef’n. It’s easy to use; simply insert the StemGem into strawberry, twist and remove the strawberry stem. It removes the stem and leaves the strawberry intact! It’s great for making strawberry shortcake and fruit salads. And, with the fun strawberry design, it’s easy to find in the drawer. Claw made of stainless steel. Top-rack dishwasher safe. By Chef’n. Chef’n began over twenty years ago based on the principle that kitchen products could be a lot smarter, easier and more fun. Right from day one, Chef’n found an audience hungry for its brand of tasteful ingenuity. Today that legacy lives on with the precision refinements to acclaimed inventions, new technologies, design techniques and entirely new products.

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StemGem Strawberry Stem Remover by Chef’n

The StemGem Strawberry Stem Remover by Chef’n offers multiple uses in the kitchen. The StemGem makes short work of prepping fresh berries for all your cooking and baking needs. It will also core tomatoes and similar soft foods for a beautifully served dish. The StemGem is easy to use; simply insert the StemGem into strawberry, twist and remove the strawberry stem. It removes the stem and leaves the strawberry intact! The claw is made of durable stainless-steel and the tool is top-rack dishwasher safe. Its easy-to-spot strawberry design makes the tool easy to find in a drawer of other kitchen tools. Adorable and simple to use, the StemGem strawberry-stem remover appeals to both children and kitchen-gadget fiends alike. The StemGem is soon to be your new favorite tool in the kitchen!

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Product Features

  • Unique design hulls strawberries effortlessly
  • Simple to use push button mechanism
  • To use simply push, insert, release, and twist
  • Strawberry remains intact after use
  • Makes short work of prepping fresh berries
  • Easy-to-spot design makes the tool easy to find in a drawer of other kitchen tools
  • Will also core tomatoes and similar soft foods
  • Top rack dishwasher safe
  • Claw is made of durable stainless-steel

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What we do is who we are

There’s something you should know about us. We can’t stand the status quo—especially when the status quo stinks. That was literally true back in 1982, when you had two options for getting garlic into your meal: chop up a fresh clove and have your hands smell for the rest of the day, or settle for a couple of thin, dry flakes tapped out of a plastic container. For our founder, CEO, and Famous Inventor David Holcomb, there really was no option. He had to do better, and he knew he could.

Fast forward a few decades and David’s first creation, the Garlic Machine, has become Chef’n. We’re a growing Seattle-based company with more than 250 product patents worldwide and a single mission. We want to make better tools so you can make better food. It’s what drives our in-house design team to reinvent the utensils and gadgets that most of us take for granted while we’re cooking and cleaning. It’s what attracts the terrific, talented people we’ve welcomed into our Chef’n family. And it’s what compels us to tell everyone we meet about the innovation Chef’n products can bring to their kitchens.

Is anyone listening? Well, the design awards and magazine covers seem to say yes, but for us the true test is in the homes of real people around the world. So put one of our inventions to work, create something delicious, and we look forward to hearing from you about your Chef’n experience.

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Comments

joe says:

yeah, it works. watch this video.

David Rubenstein says:

Terrific tool, terrible consequences This is a remarkable little device that does what I purchased it to do, remove the stems from strawberries. Unfortunately, it works too well.First, I removed the stems from the strawberries at the breakfast table. All well and good.Then, I went into the fridge and removed the stems from the strawberries there. Excessive, my wife says.So I went to the local supermarket and removed the stems from several boxes of strawberries. The manager told me to stop. But he didn’t say anything about the tomatoes, which I began to de-stem. The police office was much less friendly than I expected, but at least he didn’t arrest me.When I got back home, I started planting tomatoes. When my yard was full I started planting tomatoes in the neighbor’s yard. The police officer was even less friendly, but he was kindly compared to the warden.At least they let me remove the stems from the tomatoes in the prison kitchen, and with good behavior, I should be paroled in a couple of months.So if you buy one of these, be careful not to get too excited.


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