I live under a rock, lol I have never heard of them!! That looks like a wonderful spoonful of goodness right there!
I had not heard of them either and saw them on Pinterest a couple of weeks before Christmas! Pretty cool...just two or three snips and you have a pile of perfectly chopped pieces! And they go in the dishwasher...very nice.
They look very cool! Had not seen these before. Yummmmm to Mexican food!
I was telling Keith about them and of course he had heard about them already and has some! But he's the chef and I'm not. haha.
Well, I think they do an absolutely wizard job on the herbs, just how I like 'em, not chopped into a million pieces with a knife. I first encountered those scissors at the cookery school when I was in Paris. Thought I MUST have a pair no matter what the cost!Pretty please, can you email me the recipe, or the contents, of that delicious looking salad? I'm need a few new ideas. My "Salade Niçoise" is getting a bit boring nowadays.
They are cool, aren't they? So easy and I like the little strips just like you said.Yes, I'll email it to you..although I just layers things in a bowl to dip my chips in...but I'll tell you about it. Do you like spicy?
Who knew! *
I have one just like this! Same color too :) really like it! Such a handy tool.
Very handy! I should have known you would already have a pair! ha. Does your have the little blade case? Santa must shop where you do! lol...
yep it does! :) funny I've never seen him but perhaps he's kind of like the angels. you don't always know when one is close by. ha
perhaps he is! lol....
just so you know, I'm coming for lunch today. I want some of that that you are serving with the blue chips. Looks fantastic!
I did have it again for lunch! Three days in a row. I think I've had my fill now. Yum. haha. Wish you really could have come!
My kind of lunch!
Oh me, too...could have it every day!
Those scissors are also handy for shredding sensitive documents and removing your address from envelopes etc before putting them in the recycling bin.
haha...yes, I can see how they could have a dual purpose!
nice...just finished a big bowl of taco soup....so we are mexican tonight as well...cool scissors...i have never seen them before...
taco soup...yum....I make something similar to that...one of our favorites!
They sure help to make a great presentation on your delicious dishes . . . . yum . . . . . :)
Yes, they do...a little fresh fancy green on the top!
Looks like they did the trickHave to send a thank you letter to old st. nick
When he stops by my blog next timeI'll tell him he didn't spare a dime! ha.
I can see where those multiple blades would make fast work of chopping herbs.
Very fast...and I love the little strips!
That makes rolling my cilantro into a ball and chopping it up with a big knife no fun at all.I think maybe I'll go buy some more dried red chile pods.:0)
That's how I've always done it...or just used regular scissors, which takes a while!
That is what I do with my Basil, Martha!Who knew there were scissors?Betsy.....you have it all!Good for you....Cheers!Linda :o)
By the way....that looks very delightfully delicious!
Super yummy....my lunch the last two days!
Oh those are great. I'm a sucker for kitchen gadgets. You lunch looks so good, and I love cilantro.
Maybe I can actually get my herbs to survive the summer outside this year and really put the scissors to the test. ha.
Thank You Santa! That little Mexican dish looks yummy
I know....Santa did good!
Oh my goodness. What a great gift. Love stuff like that, useful, thoughtful and fun. Perfect.
It's always great when you get something you asked for, isn't it? Ha. Looking forward to growing some herbs this spring.
Me too. I was watching Ireland MasterChef the other day and the entire backwindow of the studio, is all herbs. All kinds. Brilliant idea. Just to line the entire sunny window.
My window sills aren't deep enough for pots. Boo! One of the things I wish I had that this house doesn't provide!
Clever!!! And, your lunch looks DELICIOUS! blessings ~ tanna
I think I'll have it again today! Lol....
Who knew???? But now I do and will be getting myself a pair asap. Golly pete, that dish looks delish!!! Happy New Year Betsy
They're great! I didnt know either! I wonder why they aren't common among us cooks! We need them! haha.
I love these scissors I saw one time but I use a normal you know, for ciboulette or others.Love this one Betsy!!
I used normal scissors, too...I liked that better than chopping with a knife.
Very cool, what a fun gift!
Very fun! I'm going to use then when I make some of your yummy soups that I 'pinned' yesterday! :)
Oh wow- I like those scissors. Your Mexican snack looks pretty good too!
Such a yummy lunch...kind of like having an appetizer as a main course, which I do often when I eat out. lol...
Hi Betsy .. I still use a mezzaluna - these make sense ... such a lovely idea and clever old Santa!! Happy rest of January and Feb - then I'l be back .. Hilary
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