Toss & Chop

Salad Chopper

A True Cut-Up

The weather’s been hot and steamy, perfect for a no-mess supper like a Cobb, Nicoise or Chef’s salad. But, oh, all that chopping. Luckily, there’s a shortcut thanks to Wendy Silver, salad lover extraordinaire. A decade ago, Wendy envisioned a way to make easy work of salad prep, chopping a bunch of ingredients at the same time, right in the serving bowl. The Toss & Chop became her cutting-edge reality.

Looking like a pair of pumped-up scissors, the Toss & Chop has hefty steel blades with micro-serrated edges that
never need sharpening and ergonomic handles that let you chop like a five-star chef. You can use this gadget on all kinds of healthy salad ingredients, including tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and more. You can also kick things up a notch and make salsa, stir fry, tacos, pasta sauce, even toddler food without using knives or a cutting board.

Wendy’s salad scissors were an immediate hit when they debuted on QVC in 2002 and were featured on Oprah. Now we think they deserve a renaissance. You’ll love the convenience of this must-have culinary tool. What’s for dinner tonight? Chop, chop. Salad’s ready!
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Katherine

    Wendy and Michael wanted to be with us to discuss their Toss & Chop salad chopper, but had a last minute issue that is preventing them from being here today. We'll be here, though, to answer any questions that you may have!

    If you have used a Toss & Chop salad chopper, please let us know how you like it and, of course, your favorite recipe!

  • Sheryl
    8/17/2010 12:15 PM

    This is one of the best tools in my kitchen. I am going to buy multiples today so I have them for house gifts

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    8/17/2010 12:26 PM

    @Sheryl - that is so good to know! It would be fun to hear what your favorite salad is that you make with these!

  • Caye
    8/17/2010 2:03 PM

    Is there a warranty on this product?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    8/17/2010 2:59 PM

    @Caye - Silvermark will provide a lifetime warranty for the Toss and Chop against defects and failures in design and operations during normal use and against defects in materials in workmanship and manufacturing. The Warranty does not cover failure due to damage caused by misuse, abuse, mishandling or misapplication of the product.

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    8/17/2010 8:10 PM

    Hi everyone! We have been discussing Toss & Chop on Daily Grommet's Facebook wall today, and I wanted to share this comment left by one of our members there. She offers some great insight on the uses of this Grommet. ____________________________________________________

    Jeannie Veazey Brown-- "This tool is INVALUABLE for someone with impaired vision. It completely eliminates the possibility of injury from the knife. I got it for my mother when her macular degeneration was robbing her of her sight. She used it for meats and just ...about anything else. It made a HUGE difference in her sense of independence and self-sufficiency."


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  • Cathy
    8/23/2010 10:15 AM

    These look terrific, but I thought it was not a good idea to use metal on lettuce because it makes it turn brown and spoil faster. Are these best when used immediately before serving the salad?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    8/23/2010 11:48 AM

    @Cathy - that's one of the great things about these choppers. It makes it so easy, you don't feel like you have to make enough salad to last a few days. You can chop it up fresh when you are ready to eat it!

  • Waen
    9/4/2010 1:00 AM

    Hi, i hope you don't mind me asking this, but besides the safety features, how else can this compare to me just using a kitchen scissors that i do to cut up food?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Special Guest
    9/4/2010 10:04 AM

    @Waen - if you already use a scissors when making salads, you are going to love the Toss and Chop! It has two blades to make the job go much faster and the scissors are curved to work with the bowl shape.

  • David Cobb
    David Cobb
    10/26/2010 9:41 PM

    I agree with the post above and I will find more information from google.

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