July 22, 2008

Review: Guyot Designs Meal Gear - Squishy Nesting Bowls

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bowl_hand_outside.jpgWe've been using these "Squishy Bowls" from GuyotDesigns over the past few weeks for prep and espresso shot holders, and have to say they work great. Designed with backpacking in mind, the bowls are both squish-able and made out of heat resistant silicone. Even after much squishing these bowls retain their shape, and are perfect for hot and cold foods especially with our kids. You can hand wash these with soap and water, and we've also put them into the dishwasher with great results.

The bowls come in the following sizes:

  • Large bowl: 16 oz. (500ml) capacity, 3.3 oz (93g) weight
  • Medium bowl: 14 oz. (420ml) capacity, 2.6 oz. (67g) weight
  • Cup: 6 oz. (200ml) capacity, 1.7 oz. (48g) weight
  • Travel shot: 1.5 oz. (44ml) capacity, 0.5 oz. (23g) weight

At GuyotDesigns and Guyot Designs Meal Gear - Squishy Bowls

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July 3, 2008

Fortune Teller Finger Guard - Silicone Fortunes Made Easy

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This silicone finger-guard is flexible and heat-resistant (up to 600ºF), and in the shape of that famous fortune teller paper thing you used on the playground as a kid. For me, it was always the girls rifting off a fortune, until my friends and I used them in our Dungeons and Dragons games. Now that I'm a bit older, I can see cooking with these and entertaining the kids.

Via productdose.com at Fortune Teller Guard

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July 1, 2008

Dom Pérignon II Champagne Cooler - Be Chill at the Top

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Marc Newson is a pretty tasteful designer, and we love the look of this sleek Dom Pérignon Champagne Cooler. The holder is crafted in solid aluminum. Expect this to run you about $1000 to keep your Dom cold and crisp.

Via acquire

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June 30, 2008

Fête Serving Plates - Keep Your Food Hot or Cold

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If you want your food to remain hot for more than two minutes, Rosalin Chanyasak has designed this prototype called "The Fête Serving Plate". It uses thermoelectric technology to maintain either hot or cold temperatures, and is made of polycarbonate. LED icons show the ingredient list for alergy info - which is pretty high end. Let's hope these come to market in the near future.

Via Gear Live at Yanko Design

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June 24, 2008

Vacuum Carafes Summer by Stelton

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I was thinking that I needed a carafe for iced tea and I came across these. These jugs are lined with a thermal glass vacuum and has a magnetized rocker stopper to keep your beverage hot or cold. It comes in three colors: white, light beige, and pistachio.

At Vacuum Carafes

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June 13, 2008

Sangria Serving Madness - Drink Sangria In Style

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It's summer, and it's time for a little sangria fun. We often mix up a pitcher or two or three over a nice hot summer night, and we like to drink them in style. This 7 piece set from Libbey includes one 76 ounce pitcher and 6 10.5 ounce footed poco grande glasses. If sangria is not your thing, it's perfect for piña coladas, ice tea, or even boring old water.

At Libbey 7 Piece Sangria Set

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May 15, 2008

Cereal Bowl with Spoon Rest Integration

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Designed by Élan Falvai, the ceramic bowl is microwaveable and dishwasher safe, and it has a spoon rest that will eliminate sunken spoonage. The designer wanted to make them both multifunctional and stackable, and we think the mark has been hit. Best of all the stainless steel spoon is included with the bowl.

Via bookofjoe

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May 13, 2008

Preserve Tableware - Eco Friendly Recyclable Dinnerware and Cutlery

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A set of small and large plates from Preserve made
from 100% recycled plastic - and yes it's BPA free.

Preserve Tableware is the environment-friendly alternative to disposable tableware. Made from 100% recycled plastic, Preserve plates, tumblers, and cutlery are dishwasher safe, reusable, recyclable in communities that recycle #5 plastic, and BPA free. We are fortunate to live in a community where we can recycle #5 platic, but you don't have to recycle after the first use. You can also hand wash or wash these plates in your dishwasher on a low heat setting. .

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Preserve Cutlery comes in a reusable canister containing
eight forks, eight knives and eight spoons.

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Our daughter loves the colorful dinnerware. Best of all
she can't break it, and it's BPA free.

Preserve Plate & Cutlery Features:

  • Preserve Plates and Cutlery are available in Tulip Red and Pear Green.
  • Sturdy design perfect for kids, entertaining and daily use
  • Reuse dozens of times and recycle when you're finished
  • Made with 100% recycled plastic
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Made in USA

The Preserve Plates and Cutlery are a big hit here at Kitchen Contraptions - especially with the younger staff. We recommend these over styrofoam or paper plates any day, and if cared for you can use these all Summer long for all those picnics inside and out.

At preserve everyday

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April 29, 2008

Dishware Decals

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Bored with your dishes? You can customize your ceramic and glass dishes and cups with these decorative decals. The decals are steam, heat, and water resistant, so they stay on until you peel them off. They come in bird, leaf, and farm motifs.

At Dishware Decals

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April 16, 2008

Inside Out Champagne Glasses

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These unique champagne glasses looks like a regular water glass, but when it is filled you can see the classic champagne glass silhouette. Comes in a set of two.

Inside out Champagne Glasses

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