Tampa, FL --Ever thought about making one of those fruit arrangements yourself? Try It Before You Buy It team member Yvonne Bradley-Reid took the Pop Chef into the kitchen to see if she could do what the pros do.
The Pop Chef comes with a vacuum bulb, bamboo skewers, shape cutters and a recipe book. Yvonne chose cantaloupe, watermelon, kiwi and pineapple for her fruit arrangement.
She cut the fruit 1-inch thick as instructed, assembled the device by attaching a cutter to the bulb and then held the cutter straight up and down and pressed it all the way through the fruit. Then she squeezed the bulb and the fruit in the shape of a star popped out.
The gadget can also be used to make appetizers, cookies and more.
Yvonne gave the Pop Chef a thumbs up.
The Pop Chef sells for anywhere from $10 to $20 and can be found locally and online.