October 12, 2006

Titanium Spork

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It is about time the spork got an upgrade. How about a titanium spork?

Titanium is known for its great strength, corrosion resistance, and light weight, which makes this spork a valuable asset around feeding time. Imagine how much more food you could shovel in at your local buffet if you didn't have to worry about the strain of picking up a heavy fork or spoon. Your food consumption can become the stuff of legends.

Via The Green Head at ThinkGeek

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October 9, 2006

Fashion Plate Set

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I can't imagine eating off these plates, but they are made to be used. Made from melamine plastic, there are four different designs. They are dishwasher safe, but not microwavable.

At ELSEWARES

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September 29, 2006

Pingo Coffee Carafes

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It looks cool and it's practical. This carafe is made of stainless steel and ABS plastic. It locks in hot or cold fluids and keeps tight while lying on its side. It comes in regular size and a mini size.

At Lekker

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September 28, 2006

Automatic Sugar Dispenser

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Being married to the proprietor of Single Serve Coffee, we always have sugar all over our counter. This is a cool way to avoid the mess of a sugar bowl. It automatically dispenses sugar at the touch of a button. One touch dispenses half a teaspoon. It holds a quarter pound of sugar.

At Sugar Please Automatic Sugar Dispenser

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September 26, 2006

Pierced Bowls and Mugs

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If you've felt your breatfast wasn't badass enough, I've found the answer. These porcelain bowls and mugs have tattoos and are piercings.

At Lekker

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September 25, 2006

Smart Women Glasses

Looking for some fun glasses? These 12 oz glasses say "Smart women thirst for knowledge." Sold in a set of four.

At UncommonGoods

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September 22, 2006

Hanging Spoons

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Ever stir up something in a cup and then have no place to put the spoon? This spoon has a bend in the handle so it can hang on the inside or outside of your glass or cup.

At Drinkstuff

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September 21, 2006

Beer Bottle Goblets

We've covered recycled beer glasses before. Here are some in the shape of goblets, so they can be used for wine or beer. Sold in sets of two. Made from 100 percent recylced materials.

Via OhGizmo! at Drinkstuff

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September 20, 2006

Interlocking Cork Trivets

With these interlocking cork trivets, you can create your own triviet design. Each set comes with six tan and six chocolate pieces that can be arranged in any way you want.

Via Design*Sponge at ShopFosters.com

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September 15, 2006

Hot Chocolate Frother

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Cold weather is approaching and that means time for hot chocolate. This ceremic hot chocolate maker has a plunger that produces two mugs of hot chocolate at a time. The pot is microwave safe and can be used with real chocolate flakes or hot chocolate powder.

At Hammacher Schlemmer

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