July 15, 2010
This spatula is specially designed to flip delicate foods. The turner is lightweight, and razor-thin, so it can flip eggs, fish, and crepes. It is also strong enough to lift heavier foods like hamburgers. The long slots allow excess grease to drain.
At Slotted Fish Turner
July 14, 2010
I'm always on the lookout for new garlic implements. This seems pretty simple to use. You fill the chopper with garlic and then roll the gadget around the kitchen. The chopped garlic is stored in a separate compartment, so your hands don't smell like garlic. It is dishwasher safe as well.
At GarlicZoom - Compact Garlic Chopper by Chef'n
July 13, 2010
We love a good spork, and this spork does it al. The CRKT Eat'N Tool is a bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, three metric wrench reliefs and a carabiner all in one. You can get one of your own for $7 at ThinkGeek.
Via Gizmodo at ThinkGeek
July 12, 2010
Making lunches every day gets very boring. This could be a good way to jazz up those school and camp lunches. These cutters are designed to cut the crust off the sandwich and make a cute shape, with minimum waste. It is taller than a cookie cutter, so it can easily cut through two pieces of bread.
At Lunch Punch Animal Shape Sandwich Cutters
July 5, 2010
Summer vegetables are upon us already and we're cleaning too many. It's time to invest in a vegetable brush, and this brush from OXO features Nylon bristles that clean thoroughly. It's perfect for potatoes, carrots, and more, along with those nasty looking fallen over pumpkins coming this fall.
At Oxo Good Grips Flexible Vegetable Brush
June 29, 2010
Handcrafted from soapstone in some of the oldest soapstone workshops in the USA, these whiskey stones cool your favorite spirit without diluting the flavors. They're easy to use - just chill the stones in the freezer, and plunk them in GENTLY.
At On The Rocks Whiskey Stones
June 28, 2010
You can now freeze ice in just about any shape thanks to silicone, and we think freezing in the shape of a song is cool The song Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice will play over and over in your head while you make the drinks.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Suck
June 17, 2010
We've recently been way into getting our drinks cooler, but not watered down. This unique ice tray molds two 2"-diameter ice spheres, eye-catching alternatives to traditional ice cubes, and given the melt down less likely due to reduced surface area to water down your drink. Great for putting into an old fashioned, or the like.
At Spherical Ice Tray Set
June 10, 2010
This measuring cup stands up to stovetop and oven temperatures, so you can measure, melt, warm, or cook all in the same container. The cup holds 2 cups and is marked in cups, ounces, and metric. It also has a stay cool handle.
At Stove-Safe Measuring Cup
June 4, 2010
It's summer and we're always on the lookout for something to cool us off after a long day out at the beach or wherever our summer rhythm takes us. With the Zoku Quick Pop Maker you can freeze ice pops in as little as seven minutes right on your countertop without electricity. How in 7 minutes with no electricity? You simply store the compact base in your freezer, and because it's so cold you freeze a set of pops and then refreeze the main unit again.
The kit includes six durable, reusable plastic pop sticks that have unique ridged designs that allow pops to adhere securely, with special drip guards for tidy eating. A specially designed Super Tool helps to quickly release the frozen treats from their molds. The unit can make up to 9 pops before refreezing the unit again.
Via Serious Eats at Zoku Quick Pop Maker