Invention of the Week:
Chef-Aid

Chef-Aid

Chef-Aid

Independent inventor Annette J. enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist her in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for her invention.

Chef-Aid provides a safe, conveniently accessible, space-saving and sanitary venue for multiple utensils used during the cooking process. Chef-Aid stands at approximately seven-and-a-half inches high with a base measuring six-inches in width and a four-inches in diameter. Chef-Aid will safely hold up to five utensils of varying sizes when they’re placed upright against the supporting, horizontal C-shape back. Chef-Aid’s most outstanding feature is the patented drain system in the base, which was designed to prevent the commingling of foods from all utensils. Chef-Aid is a polypropylene product; it’s dishwasher safe and heat resistant. Easily disassembled into three sections.

Chef-Aid’s exclusive design provides the cook with extra space, time and less cleanup than compared to the proverbial spoon rest/soup dish/countertop/sink of the past. Chef-Aid’s upright position with its patented unique drain system prevents the commingling of food from utensils in use and thereby maintains a more sanitary cooking environment. The orderly and safe placement of utensils eliminates accidental spilling, dropping, breaking and the ultimate, time-consuming messy cleanup. Chef-Aid can be easily disassembled for placement in the dishwasher.

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