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Take the Cake Cake Server

Take the Cake Cake Server

When it comes to kitchen gadgets, do you put function over form? As much as I like a good-looking kitchen tool, I have to admit that I would choose a simpler tool over a decorative one. You don’t have to make that choice with the good-looking Take the Cake Cake Server, which is beautiful and still very functional. The server is made out of a single piece of mirrored stainless steel, with one end that acts as a handle and one that acts as both a knife and tongs. You simply press the wide end of the cutter down into any round cake, making a slice about 2-inches wide, then gently squeeze the handle end together as you lift the spice out, creating just enough pressure to pick it straight up and transfer it to a plate (or a napkin for immediate consumption!).

The server is about 9-inches long and 2-inches wide. You could easily store it in a drawer, but I would definitely consider hanging on a wall to display until I needed it to serve dessert.

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  • evilsciencechick
    March 3, 2010

    Whoa, $60? Hmmm…I’d have to bake A LOT of cakes to justify that expense! Still a very cool tool, though.

  • Valerie
    March 4, 2010

    That is beautiful! I love unique serving items.

  • I agree completely that the first consideration is always whether or not the tool can do the job. If it can’t, then it’s just taking up precious drawer space in my kitchen. This cake server looks like it cuts perfect slices very well though. I don’t bake all that much these days, but I sure can dish them out!

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