April 12, 2009
Ode to the 'Ove' Glove

Many things advertised on TV are terrible. They don't as fun as they seem, or they don't work as well as you see, or sometimes they are simply rip offs.

Not so for the 'Ove' Glove. The 'Ove' Glove is all that and a bag of chips.

Above you see me pulling out my patented Dad's Easy Lasagna from the oven.

The 'Ove' Glove is an oven mitt, but not just any ordinary oven mitt. This one works fantastically well. The advertising says it's made with Nomex and kelvar. I don't know if it's true, but it definitely insulates your hands from serious heat. We've sued a pair over the last several months and that have dealt with everything we've tried.

Since it's a true glove and not a mitten or pot holder, you can get a good grip on things. The blue silicon rubber also helps with a good grip on hot things.

In a day of bad products and worse advertising, the 'Ove' Glove actually is worth the money. It gets the Cruft Manor seal of approval.

Posted by michael at April 12, 2009 04:35 PM


Looks like a pretty nifty product. And, on a related note, would you be open to sharing your lasagna recipe? (I've been looking for a good recipe, but other than actually making a recipe, there's not really any way I can tell if they're any good..)

Posted by: Alex Bischoff [http://www.handcoding.com/] on April 12, 2009 7:52 PM

This looks absolutely delicious!

From the way this dish uses penne pasta, I think you could say it's closer to an "Easy Timpano". But Easy Lasagna really works just as well; it's a toss up.

Again, really looks excellent. Simple genius.


Posted by: Lmnoppp [] on April 22, 2009 2:46 PM
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