Sad news, ASOTVLifers: The Boardwalk Tater Tornado has been discontinued. Thank you to "James," (see comments) for pointing it out. If the product comes back out, we'll let you know! In the meantime, keep searching Amazon.com. if it comes back, you should find it there.
Essentials according to TaterTornadotv.com
Price: $19.95 plus &8.95 P&H. Includes: Tornado blade, 15 skewers, recipe guide.
My friends and I always barbeque, but we usually go with red meet and shish kabob vegetables. And then for the starch we go with chips. I think I'm going to have to bring the Boardwalk Tater Tornado so we can finally have fries potatoes, finally.
For starters, it's making me hungry and I just ate. More importantly, the Boardwalk Tater Tornado is a spiral cutting device that can cut one long spiral out of potatoes, cucumbers, and zucchinis. They look like skewer-long spirals that are perfect for grilling, frying, broiling...
And Sully makes it look so easy to cut. I'm guesssssing it's going to take more practice. Even better, they cut a couple potatoes, fry them, cross them on a plate and smother them in nacho cheese, chives. Later on the just fry them and sprinkle seasonings on it...Just looks brilliant.
But let's see what the reviews say...
The Boardwalk Tater Tornado claims that it's easy to use, can make spiral snacks in just minutes, and can be used with zucchinis and cucumbers as well.
I think I started hearing crickets out there when we started searching for reviews. We had to do some deep diving through the sales copy fluff and yet still found a bad thing to say about it. Then again, we couldn't find much of any honest reviews. The outdoor season is coming around again. I'd like to hear what people say again.
If you have a review, good or bad, please let us know.
You can find the BoardWalk Tater Tornado at its product site TaterTornadotv.com.
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