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With the invention of this handy kitchen tool, removing cherry and olive pits has now become much easier. The Pitter is equipped with a thumb rest that gives you a comfortable, firm hold as you press down to eject the stone, making the process so simple. A locking mechanism holds the 2 arms together... See complete description »
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With the invention of this handy kitchen tool, removing cherry and olive pits has now become much easier. The Pitter is equipped with a thumb rest that gives you a comfortable, firm hold as you press down to eject the stone, making the process so simple. A locking mechanism holds the 2 arms together for storing.
I bought this for my daughter who hates taking the pits out of the greek olives, I bought one for myself. its great I did a whole jar of olives with no stress in just a few minutes. 5 people who where at my house that day couldnt wait to get on line to order for not only them selves but other family members, I also know that I saw them in the store in the summer for $24.99 I saved 10 dollars on the two I bought.
Nancy from P-burg
Pin tends to go off center and hits horseshoe shaped bracket.
I make a Greek pizza and use the pitter to release kalamata olive pits. I can do a few dozen olives in minutes. I recommend putting the olive and its pit vertical otherwise you will damage the olive and it takes longer.
Since I first read it, I've been a loyal follower of the reviews in The New Cook's Catalogue. It has yet to let me down, and this cherry/olive pitter is worth every penny I paid for it. When you compare this to cheaper pitters, it's worth the extra couple of dollars to get the good one.
This product really works! It's well constructed and does what it says it will do. I use it for greek olives from the deli that don't come pitted. Will now try some cherry recipes that were too much of a nuisance before.
When summer fruit is at its peak, it's simply too luscious and delectable to mess around with. For a quick and elegant dessert, serve cherries, berries, peaches and other fresh seasonal fruit with a dollop of crème fraiche (a kind of cultured cream) or whipped cream. Voila, dessert is served.