April 12, 2005
Hold the fruit please!
moss - Ondula fruit holder:
polished stainless steel
2.5" high x 12.5" diameter
If you didn't know what Culch meant - well this post will inform you.
Clean trash or rubbish, such as string, paper, and cloth: “We always had a culch box around” (New Hampshire informant in DARE).
We always have tons of bags in our kitchen - plastic ones especially. This "culch" catcher really helps keep them in check.
simplehuman: products: grocery bag holder:
Reduce clutter by neatly storing and dispensing plastic shopping bags. 30 bag capacity.
We have the Flip-Flip - now the Tomy Flur Fleur! It looks like a flower and acts like a flower but responds to music! Nice touch Tomy!
We'll have a review of the Flip-Flap very soon.
Audio Cubes - Stylish Audio Gear and Accessories:
Unlike Tomy Flip-Flap, all new Tomy Flur Fleur responds to sound instead of solar power
Flur Fleur's petals gently move in and out when sound or music is directed
Comes in a variety of chic colors
A new special feature: Flur Fleur 's pistil glows in the dark
April 1, 2005
I really need this. I often forget to replenish my sugar shots, to order more pods, and to refill the water tank. If I had this mug, I could also write little notes to my wife like, "I Love You", and then turn it around and on the other side, "Another cup of coffee?"
"I don't know if it's like this in your office, but where I work I rarely get the drink I ask for - unless it's a pint of course, in which case I keep a very careful eye on the delivery boy! Well, the makers of this ingenious coffee mug (Â£4.99) decided to glaze it with a chalk board surface allowing for easy-wipe messaging. It also comes with its own stick of chalk, so no need to ask your little niece to rip one off from school. Now you can make sure you get all the caffeine and sugar you need to help you get through the day...
Via gadgetryblog: Chalk Mug, Easy-Wipe Drink Messaging
March 28, 2005
Crab meat crackin' can be tough. Wisecracker looks like it may solve the problem.
The International Home & Housewares Show hit Chicagos McCormick Place last week (admittedly not as cool as Carol's trip to the gaming convention in San Francisco, but I digress). After trekking miles through the three buildings (without a Sherpa, I might add) filled with things for your kitchen, bathroom, garden, backyard, pets and more, I found a handful or so great gadgets that really made me take a step back and say wow (hidden among a bunch of things that, frankly, were pretty ordinary and common)."
Via Josh Rubin: Cool Hunting: Got Crabs?
March 17, 2005
I think this would be perfect for a nip in the kitchen while you cook!
"When we're ready to get soused, we'e ready to get soused, you know what weâ€™re talkin' about? Of course you do. Forget that clumsy fumbling for glasses during your awkward only-half-drunken nightcap thing the J-me drink-me bottle stop provides all the gracious, classy, stylish efficiency necessary to ensure you get from zero to sociable in 1.5 glassfuls. Don't forget to sniff the bouquet, bro.
Via J-Me's drink-me bottle stop - Engadget - www.engadget.com
March 9, 2005
I definitely need a $125 dollar - custom - cutting board. I MUST HAVE YOU!!!!
"Simple and classy. The Bruschetta board features a hard maple cutting surface with its rich vanilla color and stunning end strips of highly-figured bubinga. It is topped off with circular inlay of quarter-sawn sycamore. Can't you just smell the fresh baking bruschetta?"
Via Custom Cutting Boards
March 7, 2005
This I have not tried...cheesemaking. Hmmm...that could either be GREAT or really smelly. Anyone make cheese?
"Our cheese molds are all of the highest quality food grade polypropylene and Stainless Steel. These are the molds the professionals use in France and are all dish washer safe."
At Equipment - New England Cheesemaking Supply
March 4, 2005
"Feeling guilty for keeping your goldfish in a little tiny bowl? The Goldfish Racetrack has an "infinity shape" so your goldfish (said to have a memory of 7 seconds) will think they are exploring the seven seas. I'm not sure if it's humane or extra super cruel, tricking your fishies like this. I keep thinking of the fishbowl neurotics of Finding Nemo.
Via Popgadget: Personal Tech for Women: Racetrack fish bowl
February 28, 2005
We picked up one of these over the weekend. It's simply elegant and amazing. After putting in a cookie sheet full of olive oil and asparugus - the mitt got coated with oil. Well - BIG DEAL! Unlike a cloth mitt - we simply put this in the sink and washed it off. Awesome!!!
"Appropriately named, the ORKA oven mitt looks like a whale swimming in to pull lobsters from boiling water or lift a basket of French fries from the deep fryer. Made of non-porous, food-grade silicone, the mitt is designed to withstand temperatures up to 500 degrees F without melting, staining, or getting your hands wet. This makes the ORKA ideal for cooking with boiling water or oil or using over grills or open flames. Slip-resistant "teeth" on the mittâ€™s grasping surface provide a sure grip when lifting greasy or wet pots. At 11 inches long, the mitt is long enough to protect the forearm and fit either right or left hands of all sizes. For easy cleaning, the ORKA goes right into the dishwasher with the rest of your pots and pans. This product was the top gadget at the 2002 Excellence in Housewares Awards and has also been featured on Oprah, Good Morning America, and CNN. --Cristina Vaamonde
Via ORKA K8690 Silicone Oven Mitt