Friday, June 10, 2011

Pods & Pans will be at the USJ Family Day Today!

We will be participating at the USJ Family Day today, from 5pm onwards with our wares!

This is a fun-filled family event at the MPSJ Padang at USJ5, Subang Jaya.  For further information on the event, please see

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Stovetop Espresso Maker (Stainless Steel)

Now you can enjoy a cup of espresso drink at home without having to invest in an expensive espresso machine!  These stainless steel espresso makers are available in 2-cup (100-120ml), 4-cup (around 200ml) or 6-cup (about 250-300ml) capacity. 

2-Cup, 4-Cup & 6-Cup Stovetop Espresso Makers

4-Cup Stovetop Espresso Maker

To enjoy a good cup of espresso coffee, simply follow these instructions:
  1. Unscrew and remove the top part of the espresso maker
  2. Fill the lower chamber with water until just below the safety valve
  3. Place the filter funnel into the lower chamber and fill in with ground coffee (fine ground espresso coffee works best)
  4. Screw back on the upper chamber.  Make sure it is securely screwed on to get a good seal
  5. Place the espresso maker on the stovetop (make sure the handle will not be directly over the fire) and turn the fire to medium or medium low.  The size of the fire will depend on your stove and you should experiment to see which fire size is best.  On my stove, I find that a medium-low works best
  6. Once the coffee has filled the upper chamber (it should take just a few minutes), and before the coffee starts boiling, remove from the stove.  Be careful as it is hot!
  7. Pour out into a cup and enjoy!
  8. If you prefer a cappucino or latte, froth up a bit of heated milk with a handheld frother and add to coffee!

 2-Cup Stovetop Espresso Maker Disassembled

This unit comes with a spare silicon seal.  See the video demonstration below on making a cup of espresso.

2-cup - RM 60.00
4-cup - RM 74.00
6-cup - RM 88.00

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Silicone Oven Glove

Silicone oven gloves are one of the latest innovation for the modern kitchen.

Silicone gloves have the following advantages:
  • It doesn't stain, doesn't retain odour and can be cleaned easily.  This makes it very versatile in the kitchen compared to traditional fabric gloves.  It can be used for the oven, as a pot holder, or even to handle hot food directly without having to labour over cleaning (and drying) the glove
  • Fully water proof so you can use it directly on liquids
  • Silicone is safe for use between -40oC (-40oF) up to about 230oC (440oF)
  • One size fits all and it is longer to protect the wrist as well
  • Comes in a lovely Apple Green colour

(price reduction)