How to Cut 11 Cherry Tomatoes at the Same Damn Time [Hack]


This trick has been floating around the Internet for a while, but we decided to resurrect it for those of you missing out. If you’ve ever wanted to know how you can cut multiple petite food items in half without tediously cutting them one at a time, pay attention to the video below.

It ‘s simple. All you have to do is put a handful of cherry tomatoes on one plate or lid, put another plate or lid on top, and then slide your knife between the middle opening between the two lids. And voila – this cuts all your tomatoes at once.

The only problem is that if you’re really lazy, you now have to wash a knife AND two plates, which will probably take you the same amount of time as cutting each tomato individually. Curses.

H/T That’sNerdalicious

By Erica Schecter

A hungry American expat living in London, Erica has an insatiable appetite for all things meat, cheese and Thanksgiving fare.

4 replies on “How to Cut 11 Cherry Tomatoes at the Same Damn Time [Hack]”

Haha we use them for fruit plates. I work at breakfast restaurant and all the dishes come with a little fruit display. And I meant to say Grapes instead of blueberries. We put them between two plates or two lids and just slide the knife straight through.

Oh, okay. I was going to say, haha.

That would be fun, working in a place like that. I used to work at a little donut shop/cafe and I loved it. I miss it a lot.

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