ATLANTA -- Onions, peppers, cucumbers and carrots are all thick vegetables to cut.
Mary Jackson usually cooks for her three children. When she's cutting veggies, she does it the old-fashioned way -- "by hand, with a knife."
Even though she doesn't find it difficult, she's still willing to try the Vidalia Chop Wizard, which claims to make it easier to cut vegetables.
Mary starts by using the small dicer on an onion. The onion becomes stuck, so she switches to the bigger dicer. It works seamlessly.
With the small dicer, Mary tries a smaller chunk of onion.
"I think we just did too much that first time," she says when the small dicer works.
But will the Vidalia Chop Wizard work on a harder vegetable, like a carrot?
It does. "That cut that really easily," Mary says.
With the ability to cut harder vegetables, Mary is impressed with the product.
"At first, you know, I was like, my knife and cutting board would be the best, but this is a pretty good little product," she says.
Despite a rocky start, it eventually wins Mary over.
"For the Vidalia (Chop) Wizard, I give a rating of two thumbs up," she says.