The Electric Mixer is an automatic stirring mechanism for use on food being cooked in a pot or pan.
Inventor Joseph Bender of Port St. Lucie, FL has created an automatic stirring mechanism for use on food being cooked in a pot or pan.
Stirring is one of the little known, but important secrets that differentiates good food from great food. While sometimes simple occasional stirring will suffice, there are times that almost continuous stirring is required, such as foods or sauces at high temperatures or those that are easily burned. Sometimes one will have to stop and attend to other kitchen duties or even if the time is available, ones arms quickly become tired when held at an outstretched length for a long period of time. Inventor Bender has created a means by which the contents of pots and pans can be continuously stirred without these disadvantages.
This clever new invention has adjustable brackets to fit any size pot. Its variable speed feature is especially great for cooking cheeses, puddings, or sauces. The device prevents messy boil-overs. It allows for time to prep food, complete other tasks, or just sit back and relax. It is perfect for home kitchens or restaurants. The use of the Electric Mixer allows for continuous stirring of contents in order to ensure the best quality of heated foods, in a manner that is quick, easy, and effective.