Today stainless steel is everywhere from the kitchens in restaurants and at home to the doctor’s office. The reason stainless steel is everywhere is that the material is easy to clean and lasts a long time too.
Boldly go to the dinner table armed with the Star Trek Enterprise and shuttle shakers. Watch as your housemates and relatives try their hardest to resist making spaceship sounds when someone asks them to pass the salt (or pepper).
I really like my iPad and my kids do too. My daughter often sits at the tablet in the morning eating breakfast watching Sponge Bob or something else on the tablet. I always worry she will spill milk on the iPad and it would be dead.
Looking for a tasty treat, retro game fans? How about a Space Invader cake. Well, you can’t have one, but you can have this pixelated alien cake who looks sort of like the long-lost cousin of a Space Invader, and I bet it’ll taste just as good as a real Invader.
I’m not a tea drinker, Mountain Dew is my beverage of choice. However, I do live with a couple of people who love them some tea. Seriously, I think there’s an entire cabinet just dedicated to the stuff.
As we progress toward Christmas (hey, I walked into the grocery store yesterday and they were wearing Santa hats, so don’t complain to me about it being too early to talk about this stuff) you’ll no doubt start to encounter festive treats such as gingerbread men.
If you never managed to get that iPhone you wanted, or just plain love iPhones, why not get yourself the MyBrett, the cutting board that’s supposed to look like an iPhone. Actually at this size, it looks more like an iPad.
It’s time for another episode of Cooking in the Kitchen with Vader and Leia. Today’s special: Bantha over toast points with a side of JarJar. At least that’s what we think some of the delicacies should be in any kitchen where you wear one of these amusing new Star Wars aprons, fresh off the shelves of the Star Wars Shop.
While most of us agree that it will take a while before we have robots to do our chores, it looks like things are moving the right direction for all us slackers, thanks to this new butler robot, simply called HERB.
One of the 25 semi-finalists at this year’s Electrolux Design Lab competition is this radical re-imagining of the refrigerator, which if you think of it hasn’t really changed that much in recent years. We have refrigerators that are run by different power sources, but basically, what we know as refrigerators are insulated compartments with heat pumps that remove heat from inside the compartment and transfer it outside.
Sprite Stitch forum member Jessil and friend Terry made these sweet Mario and Luigi aprons for Jessil’s twin brothers, who are obsessed with all things Nintendo and also love to barbecue. You think this is sweet Jessil?
After burning your toast with an alien, you can now get your pancakes in the shape of your favorite Star Wars characters. From Darth Vader to Yoda, you’ll be eating up your breakfast with the Force, thanks to these neat pancake molds.
When I first watched Keiichi Matsuda’s Augmented (hyper)Reality video, I wasn’t sure if I should be awed or frightened by his vision of the world that lies in front of us.
Matsuda’s stunning video clip was created as part of his Masters’ program at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and envisions a future in which augmented reality has embedded itself into our everyday lives, transforming the way we interact with our living and working spaces.