Stone Wave Cooker

Published On: Dec 24 2013 12:54:02 PM CST   Updated On: Oct 30 2013 10:51:09 AM CDT

Hanging up in Michelle Smith-Arnold's kitchen is a question she wants answered ... Stone Wave Cooker: does it work?

“It looked so convenient. Save time from the oven and the heat. Cook everything in your microwave. And it's like gourmet food in your microwave,” Smith-Arnold said.

The commercial promises "now you can make delicious gourmet food in your microwave with Stone Wave. The new microwave cooking miracle."

We bought two online for almost 17-dollars total. That does include shipping and handling.

Our first crack at the Stone Wave involves an egg omelet. Michelle follows the instructions in the recipe book.

Ninety seconds later... Michelle sticks a fork it in. It's done and ready for Michelle's friend to try.

"It tasted really good,” Michelle’s friend says.

Next, Michelle is ready to prepare some eggplant parmesan. The recipe calls for an eggplant, tomato sauce, panko bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, and mozzarella cheese. Michelle puts it in the microwave for two minutes. When it's done...

"Looks good. Smells good,” Michelle said.

Is this something she would eat?

"Yes. Now I would. Yes,” Michelle said.

Finally dessert. Baked apple crisp. Michelle fits eight slices into the Stone Wave and adds water. Next, she cooks it for two minutes. She takes it out of the microwave to drain off the water. The directions say to add cinnamon, sugar, and butter and mix well. It's back in again for another minute. Michelle tries this one.

"This one no. This one I wouldn't make again,” Michelle said.

So after all this testing, does Michelle have the answer to her question--Does it work?

"Yes, it works,” Michelle said.