It’s a tough job, but somebody has to slice all of those noodles in China, and Chef Cui is taking on the task. This noodle-slicing robot was developed by Cui Runguan, a Chinese restaurateur and it is now being mass-produced and sold in China.
Ok, get ready for it. This could be the best piece of Star Trek memorabilia ever. Melding the geeky pursuits of being a Trekkie and eating junk food, this pizza cutter is designed to look just like the Starship Enterprise.
It’s five-year mission, to explore new sauces, to seek out new cheese and meat combinations, to boldly cut deep dish where no man has before.
Imagine the next time you have friends over to dinner, you bring out a delicious chocolate cake on the table, then proceed to hack it apart with a hand saw.
Now you can slice and dice cakes and other tender foods with the Table Saw, a serrated kitchen knife that looks just like a hand saw.
I’m sure you’ve all had your share of frustration opening up those annoying heat-sealed plastic clamshell packages. I’ve certainly had a war-wound or two from the nasty sharp edges as I tried desperately to crack into my new gadgets and goodies.
The Pizza Boss 3000 from Fred looks like a miniature circular saw for cutting through even the most persistent pepperonis, stubborn sausages and cantankerous crusts. Sorry, it’s not actually motorized, so mob guys, don’t plan on slicing off any fingers with one of these.
Clamshell packages are impossible to open with just bare hands alone,but if you use something sharp on them you run the risk of getting injured. Clamshells, however, are nothing to a piranha. Well actually, they’re something.
With all the buzz surrounding the impending Apple WWDC show, it was only a matter of time before pictures of Steve Jobs and some new i-Things would leak to the ‘net. So I’m happy to bring you this exclusive first look at Apple’s latest breakthrough in miniaturization.