Toasting bread properly has never been a problem for me. You can adjust how dark you want your bread with a knob or lever. No need to involve your smartphone. Despite this fact, Griffin has unveiled a Bluetooth-enabled “smart” toaster.
BB-8 the little rolling droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens has proven to be very popular. He’s no R2-D2 in my mind, but he is cool nonetheless. We have seen plenty of BB-8 themed stuff since the flick hit theaters like that cool BB-8 tea set and the BB-8 waffle iron.
It’s tough to make a pizza like the ones from a pizzeria. They have the good ovens. That’s the key. Sadly most of us don’t have the money or the room for a proper pizza oven, but the Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven aims to change all that.
We’re always looking for ways to make ugly household stuff look appealing. Household sponges are pretty unattractive. They don’t go with your decor. They just sit there waiting for the next dish to wash, and eventually start to get nasty over time.
This is the dinosaur ladle. It is the next logical step in the evolution of the Nessie ladle. It will stir, ladle, pour, and stand on it’s own when you aren’t using it. Basically it is all kinds of dino-mite!
We have robotic bartenders, why not robotic cooks as well? Actually, Spyce Kitchen is not just a cook but an entire restaurant that works on its own, from measuring ingredients to washing its pots.
MIT mechanical and electrical engineering students Kale Rogers, Michael Farid, Braden Knight, and Luke Schlueter are the wizards behind the robo resto.
I like to cook and I really like to eat. The problem is that sometimes when I get home from work and everyone’s like “What’s for dinner?” and all I want to do is watch The Walking Dead before Facebook dicks give up spoilers, cooking is the last thing I want to do.
I’ve always been enamored of end-grain wooden cutting boards that are made of cubes of wood. They just look really great, and it’s clear that a ton of labor went into their creation. This particular cutting board is especially impressive, using its blocks to form a 3D depth illusion.
ThinkGeek seems to think that the fans of the Dark Side are the only ones who bake. First they released a Darth Vader oven mitt, and now they have an officially licensed stormtrooper mitt.
They certainly hate lefties: both this and the Vader mitt are for right hands only.
If you were ever going to have a celestial themed party, you want your snacks served in these bowls. I’d totally put foods that go with each planet inside the bowls. Like Mercury would have incredibly hot salsa.
Take your vegetables on a tour through time and space as you chop them and prepare your meal. This TARDIS cutting board is perfect for your Doctor Who themed kitchen.
It has a flexible design with a non-slip base and is perfect for fresh vegetables like celery, which we all know is great for detecting radiation – which is why the 5th Doctor keeps it pinned to his jacket.
I’d think if Darth Vader was cooking he would simply use The Force to float his fresh-baked cookies out of the oven. He would have no need for an oven mitt. On the other hand, us mere mortals need an oven mitt to take our scorching hot eats from the oven.
We humans tend to recreate what we love as a way of honoring these things. People recreate monuments in LEGO, fantasy landscapes in Minecraft, etc. Some folks have even recreated The Simpsons’ opening title scenes. However one couple decided to do something a bit different.
The Death Star had the power to destroy Alderaan; certainly, it has the power to slice an Apple. If you want your kitchen to be fully operational, you need a cutting board. There are times when you need to chop stuff up, and trust me when I say your significant other will lose their mind if you chop stuff directly on the countertop.