Thursday, October 30, 2008

Stuffing Fluffer

nventHelp®, America’s largest inventor service company, announces that an inventor from Moline Acres, Mo has designed a modified kitchen fork that would be perfectly suited for fluffing and stirring food called the “STUFFING FLUFFER.” The invention is patented.

The STUFFING FLUFFER would include an oversized design for a secure grip and widely-spaced prongs that would make it ideal for a variety of cooking tasks. The STUFFING FLUFFER would allow for the cook to stir, mix and shape food without having to use an additional utensil. It would offer a practical alternative to spatulas and electric mixers and could also prevent hands from getting dirty while trying to prepare a meal.

The design would consist of an oversized stainless steel fork with broadly-spaced tines. An elongated handle would enable users to keep hands away from food during preparation. The tines would also offer ease of fluffing and stirring of food such as stuffing, mashed potatoes and other stirrable foods. The STUFFING FLUFFER could be sold individually or in packages of two and would be producible in a variety of colors.

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