By Andrew Liszewski
Even the most incompetent chef knows that stirring something helps it heat more evenly. And while something like this autonomous saucier works a treat when cooking on a stove, I doubt it’s something you’ll want bombarded with radiation in the microwave. So here’s a ridiculously low-tech automatic stirring alternative for your microwave cookery- a spoon with a suction cup on the end. You just jam it onto the roof inside your microwave, adjust the height accordingly, and as the food spins on the turntable it will also be slowly stirred from above. $19.99 from Whatever Works.