10/3/17: SMALL, VERY SMALL SHOP OPENING AT THE ICA IN LONDON. GRAB IT WHILE YOU CAN HERE. EVERYTHING ON THIS SITE IS NOT FOR SALE AND IS PART OF AN ARCHIVE. INTERESTED IN THE ARCHIVE, THE WHOLE THING? WRITE US AT INFO@KIOSKKIOSK.COM. THANKS.
15" x 4.75" x 1.5"
What do you have to skim? Frankly, I don't have much. I do boil milk in the morning, but I would never skim off that yummy cream. Although, I am certain if I switched to low-fat, or no-fat, dairy, I would loose a few. Skimming money from the account at KIOSK? Why bother?! I'd only be stealing from myself. Hmmm, okay, how about removing things from liquid? Like olives! But when would I have that big a barrel of olives? Wait a minute, my friend Chris told me that when he was in Colombia, he used a skimmer to pull all sorts of things out of hot water, such as beets, eggs, or potatoes. Now we are talking - I have a real use for this thing. According to Chris, this skimmer is most commonly used to cook a snack called buñuelos: a deep fried corn flour ball about the size of a golf ball (or a munchkin) with cheese in the middle. You'll find them on every other street corner.