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How well do you know your favorite cookhouse contraptions? Can you tell a melon baller from a cookie scoop? See if you can guess today's gadget and check back next week for the answer.

Here are a few of our guesses, add yours to the comment box below:

- Venetian Blinds for Lettuce and Tomatoes - Heaven and Hell Food Elevator - Who's the genius that put the gigantic bowl of shrimp up there?

Find out last week's answer and winner after the jump.

Last Week's Answer: Burger Press

Congratulations, Steven Groves, for the correct guess! As a most-awesome prize, your name will be mentioned in the product description below.

Are you comfortable with expressing your cat's anal glands and popping Uncle Steven's back zit, but the thought of touching raw meat to make hamburgers sends you into a patty panic attack? This gadget presses the grounded moo parts for you, and the ring-groove design helps your future chow cow cook fast and evenly. You can even use it to form and seal patties in plastic wrap in case Halloween sneaks up on you again.

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