This page contains Flavor injectors, Cajon injectors to add marinades to your meats.  Also on this page cooking twine and cooking bands. We just added a new sold spice injector

$19.99 Professional Stainless Steel 4.5 inch barrel 
(14 inches fully opened) Flavor Injector holds 2 oz.

Marinate chicken, turkey, roast, & more in just five minutes! CC5112


Complete Roasting kit

  • Baster
  • Marinade injector
  • Gravy separator
  • meat thermometer
  • Poultry Lacer /with lace

Stainless Baster with Needle $9.99 5898


Jumbo Gravy Separator (4 cups)

$9.99 Cooking Twine for meat preparation. 
100% cotton 16 ply strength

3 220 feet rolls T-6601

$12.99 Cooking Twine for meat preparation. 100% cotton 16 ply strength

1 Lb cone 1140 feet long. H6100

package of 25 2 inch bands assorted colors.
New item! Cooking bands great to use instead of cooking twine!

  • Heat resistant up to 600

  • food safe 

  • freezer safe

  • Dishwasher safe

  • deep fry safe

  • reusable

Old fashion larding needle (hard to find item)
 Used for inserting fat into meat to tenderize it and to add moisture. The meat is then pierced in the direction of the meat's grain with the tool and the fat is either drawn through or pushed into the meat.

8 inches long


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Kitchen Fantasy
27576 Ynez Road H-9
Temecula CA 92591

In business since 1984 family owned and operated! Proud to offer our flavor injectors cooking bands and cooking twine.  We now have to solid food injector everyone has been asking about!

Hello Everyone,


In most homes today there is a pan that is tucked away most of the year and only brought out a couple of times for special occasion use. What a waste that is ! I have told you in the past that I really enjoy kitchen equipment with multiple uses and the roasting pan we get out each year for a turkey is such a great pan it's really a shame it isn't used more.


Whether you have one of the old, blue and white speckled, porcelain clad pans or one of the newer stainless steel models, ( most of which are a bit smaller ) this can be one of your favorite pans year round. Try using it when you have more people to feed than normal or, for that matter, most anytime if you have more than a couple of people in your family. How ? Well,....


When I make a meal that is time consuming I often double or even triple the recipe. That way I can freeze what we won't be using and have it later with little notice or effort. Pot roast, chili, and stew are very good examples of the type of dish I'm speaking of. I don't think I would try chili in a roasting pan, but I have fixed pot roast and stew in mine. Fix a turkey sometime when you have company, other than the holidays. After it is in the oven just think of all the time you'll have to visit. Too cold to BBQ outside? Fix the same recipe in the oven in your roasting pan. I'm sure you have fixed a ham in your roasting pan but how about some time other than Easter? A large standing rib roast with roasted potatoes is easily accommodated in this lovely pan. Perhaps you are a member of a large fraternal group and you take turns preparing a meal for the group. This way you can prepare it at home and not have to spend the entire afternoon at the club so you can watch your dish. You know, the more you think about it the more ways you can use this pan !


Now, I don't know if Kitchen Fantasy has the big blue and white speckled enamel pans but I got my stainless steel one from him and I'm ready to bet with the holidays so near :-) he will have some in stock and the really good part is how reasonably priced you will find them. I think the ones he carries are EXTRA NICE.


Until next time,