April 25, 2008
Combining two types of appliances into one is becoming a trend. Sure counter-space is at a premium, but do we need these Frankenstein like devices cropping up everyday? I think so. I can't think of two devices more in need of each other. Microwave meet toaster - toaster meet microwave - now become ONE! This really will save time in the morning as both toast, and my hot oatmeal heat up to perfection. At just $139, and available at LG direct, we may just have to get this appliance for making Frankenstein breakfasts in the future.
Via Gizmodo at core77
April 18, 2008
This griddle sits on the countertop and allows you to make pancakes, eggs, bacon, tortillas, grilled cheese, etc. It heats up to 450 degrees, and it can also be used to keep food warm. It comes with a pancake mold insert.
At Cuisinart EPM-7 Electric Nonstick Griddle
April 11, 2008
We're always looking for ways to get clean, fresh tasting, and pure water in our kitchen. Currently we have water in our fridge, but the filters are expensive and we often want more water than the fridge can provide and in a shorter time. The Cuisinart CleanWater countertop filtration system beats bottled water because it reduces contaminants that can alter taste and purity, and it's more environmentally friendly. Featuring a 2-gallon water capacity, it quickly dispenses hot, chilled, or room-temperature water.
At Cuisinart WCH-950 CleanWater 2-Gallon Countertop Water-Filtration System
April 2, 2008
A reader recommended this baby-food maker to us. I always liked the idea of making my own baby food, but I was never ambitious enough to attempt it. This appliance is designed to make making baby food easy. It works as a steamer, blender, warmer, and defroster. You steam veggies, fruit, or meat and then puree them to the desired consistency. It comes with a 2 1/2-cup polycarbonate bowl, cooking basket, spatula, and recipe booklet.
Beaba Baby Cook
March 21, 2008
This pizza oven supposedly cooks two pizzas in 1 1/2 minutes. The ovens heat up to 797 degrees. Both ovens have roof-mounted heating elements and ceramic pizza stones. Each oven's temperature can be set independently, and there are dual 30-minute timers.
At The 1 1/2 Minute Dual Pizza Oven
March 7, 2008
A powerful microwave you can load things in from the top? We're not crazy on the concept of lifting out of the microwave a uber hot dish of gyoza (we often make them in our microwave), but it looks cool. The But-On Koncept is the microwave design of the future with in the form of a simple and colorful microwave. The microwave includes the standard features like temperature control, a timer and removable inner lining that makes cleaning easy.
February 29, 2008
If you like your smoothies on the go, this cup is for you. You blend the ingredients in the cup, then remove the blade and screw on the lid.
At Oster Blend-N-Go Cup
February 20, 2008
This slow cooker has the longest cook time of any slow cooker--26 hours--so you can start cooking a day ahead if necessary. It holds 6 1/2 quarts and has a removable insert. The timer has three cooking settings.
At All-Clad Slow Cooker
February 13, 2008
If you don't want to pay the big bucks for a stand mixer, this could be a good solution. It is a five speed hand mixer that attaches to a base with a rotating bowl, so you can use it hands free as well.
At Hand Mixer with Stand
February 12, 2008
Want to make something to sell on a stick? Anyone can sell a hot dog- Waffle coating adds a whole new dimension! Turn a plain ol frank into a whole new piece of meat when you join salty with sweet and bake your hot dogs right into a waffle. This iron also makes tasty baked corn dogs, crepes on a stick and as many creative stick creations you can come up with.
At Crepe on a Stick - Waffle Dog Maker