This could be a good safety device to have in addition to a fire extinguisher. The StoveTop FireStop is a automatic fire prevention device. It magnetically rests above a stove. If a flame touches it, it automatically dispenses a non-toxic, fire suppressing dry powder. The device is not set off my smoke or normal cooking heat.
Don't like salt and pepper all over your counter? This spice grinder has the grinding mechanism at the top, so the spices won't be all over your counter. It can be used with seeds, spices, peppercorns, and sea salt and you can adjust the grinding wheel from fine to course.
We make bacon just about every weekend for the kids, and we always have a little sample as well. It's always a mess with our current microwave setup, and the WowBacon Cooker looks to make bacon easier and with less cleanup. It's small, takes up little space but no bacon cooker can make bacon faster. You can broil a pound of regular or thick cut bacon in less than 10 minutes (we typically do 2 - 5-6 minute runs). Check out the video for more details, but this looks to be the real deal on bacon in the microwave.
Make applying ketchup or mustard more exciting with a condiment gun. You simple fill the cartridge with your favorite condiment, put the cartridge in the gun, and squeeze. It comes with two cartridges, so you can have two different condiments handy.
We eat a lot of garlic in our house, so we like an implement that can press a lot of garlic at one time. This garlic press can supposedly crush up to six garlic cloves at one time with just a light squeeze. You don't even need to peel the garlic beforehand.
Usually microwave popcorn comes in a bag. But with this jar, you can microwave your own popcorn by filling the bottom with kernels and adding the desired amount of butter into the melting lid. The butter lid strains the butter over the freshly popped popcorn.
I've been reading Little House in the Big Woods with my daughter and it got me thinking about butter churning. With this churner, you can make fresh butter by pouring cream into the jar and then turning the hand crank until it stiffens.