Some things aren’t quite what they seem.
Take the Sugar House, for instance. It looks like a snow globe, although a relatively simple one as it only features a lonely, white house in the middle of the globe.
I like to cook, but I am rather messy in the kitchen. I spill things all over the floor and end up with sauce, seeds, and seasonings all over the counter, my clothes, and me. I need an apron to keep stuff off my clothing.
A couple of years ago, David Krippendorf and Ryan Tseng launched the Kitchen Safe, a food-safe container that lets you set a timer before it unlocks. Now they’re back with an improved version called the kSafe.
It’s well established that I am a sucker for kitchen gadgets and a new one has turned up that happens to cook one of the best foods in the history of eating – pizza. This is a pizza oven designed to cook up frozen pizza to perfection or reheat your leftover pie from last night.
The CinniBird lets you spice up food literally and figuratively. The battery-powered pen lets you draw using spices and powdered substances such as cinnamon, paprika and cocoa. Just fill its removable container and start doodling.
According to its maker OLIARTS Studio, CinniBird is already a finished product, which makes me wonder why they bothered to setup a Kickstarter fundraiser.
Add some Star Wars flair to your kitchen with this Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block. X-Wing Fighterss are great for destroying Death Stars, but who knew that they could help slice through meat and vegetables too?
If you are like me and like putting geeky gadgets into your kitchen, you will love this. ThinkGeek has a new set of cooking utensils from doiy Design that have LEGO-style bricks on the handles. When you are done using them, you snap their brick handles onto a gray baseplate that hangs on the wall.
I do all the cooking at my house because my wife can’t cook. My son used to cry if she cooked breakfast because she once set the bacon on fire. You only get to burn bacon once in my house before you are fired.
Chemists and biologists may be aware that their behaviors are partly governed by empirically measurable substances, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be sweet and sentimental. Unless we’re talking about robot chemists and biologists. Those guys are cold.
Last year we saw a fabric oven mitt that looked just like Nintendo’s infamous Power Glove. Pete Hottelet is raising funds on Indiegogo for a very similar product. Also named the Power Mitt, Pete’s take is made of silicone rubber and thus should be more heat-resistant than the other mitt.
When you’re boiling water or steaming vegetables, the water vapor usually stays inside the pot. But if you’re looking for a vented pot lid to let off some steam, literally, then this is the one you must seek out.