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Nevada County Picayune-Times - Prescott, AR
  • Jim Hillibish: Dog Dicer may earn its keep

  • Infomercials for cooking trinkets usually link a problem you don’t have with a solution you don’t need. The Dog Dicer is different. It actually works, and it can solve problems beyond cutting hot dogs into little pieces that will not choke babies.

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  • Infomercials for cooking trinkets usually link a problem you don’t have with a solution you don’t need.
    The Dog Dicer is different. It actually works, and it can solve problems beyond cutting hot dogs into little pieces that will not choke babies.
    The device’s 22 stainless steel blades will slice many items that fit its hot-dog shaped base. These include bananas, grapes, olives, cheese strips, deli meats, warmed Tootsie rolls, pickles and cooked carrots. It might be a godsend for the knife challenged.
    Otherwise, remember that knives are easier to clean than any food gadget attempting to replace them.
    Dog Dicer is made in China of stout plastic encasing stainless steel blades and contains a warning to keep out of the hands of children. The materials are said to be FDA approved. It runs $9.95 plus shipping at: www.getdogdicer.com
    The site contains the infomercial and an offer of “buy two for free shipping.”
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