May 8, 2009
This uniquely designed butter dish is tilted and slanted—making it impossible for a stick of butter to move while slicing the thinnest slivers - even when the butter is chilled. The Inclined-to-Butter dish breaks the mold of the traditional, flat-bottomed butter server. Place a stick of butter in this butter dish and it won't budge a bit. No need to keep butter out of the refrigerator where its texture, flavor and color may suffer.
At Inclined-to-butter dish
May 5, 2009
How cute is this? This creamer is made from glass and shaped like a mini milk carton.
At Half Pint Creamer
February 24, 2009
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.
At Ceramic Spice Grinder
February 10, 2009
You can now make your tea cup filled with shark infested waters along with some oolong tea. This beautiful tea infuser, designed by Pablo Matteoda from Argentina, will help to make the waters in your tea run red with fun each morning. The sharky tea infuser is a one of the winners of a recent Design Boom contest.
February 9, 2009
Menu has a pretty cool idea with rolling salt and pepper shakers. Who hasn't been at the dinner table, and been asked to pass the salt. Now when passing the salt you can simply roll it on over. Built from anodized aluminum with synthetic wheels, we recommend getting the pair when they come available this spring to make your meals fun.
Via Acquire at link
February 4, 2009
This looks like an easy to use salad dressing mixer. You put the ingredients in the jar and then squeeze the handle to blend. The lid has a spout for easy pouring.
At Chef'n Emulstir, Emulsifier and Salad Dressing Maker
January 27, 2009
Who wouldn't want cream from this cute creamer? This pitcher has is made from double walled glass and has an udder in the middle to hold the cream.
At CALF & HALF Creamer
January 19, 2009
This two-piece keeper features a top that lifts up and flips over to become a server and a water filled base that helps preserve and keep butter soft and spreadable. Clear glass lets you monitor water and butter levels at ensuring no butter-geddon.
Via Random Good Stuff at Taylor GIfts
December 30, 2008
Tired of pretending the fork is an airplane to get your kids to eat? Get Air Fork One. At just £5.99 all your eating utensil problems will be solved, and you can then do loops in mid air while flying a meatball into your kids mouth or even yours.
Via Foolish Gadgets at I Want One of Those
November 17, 2008
If you are serious about your wine, this contraption allows you to chill, pour, and preserve wine. You can keep three bottles of wine chilled and ready to serve at their ideal temperature. There are nine preset temperatures, so you can easily set each bottle's temperature. When you are ready for a drink, Skybar will pour the wine for you at the press of a button. In addition, bottles are preserved for up to ten days.
At Skybar Wine System