May 26, 2006
Alessi has a nice looking toaster that also has a bun warmer for warming up pasteries, sandwiches, focaccias, and of course, buns. The body is stainless steel while the base and crumb tray are polycarbonate.
May 25, 2006
As if one breadmaker gathering dust in your cabinet wasn't enough . . . . With this machine you can avoid making two loaves of bread instead of just one. It bakes two 1 pound horitzontal loaves of bread at the same time. It also has a 13 hour delay-bake timer and basic, French, sweet, whole wheat, dough, jam, and quick programs.
At Pro Double Loaf Breadmaker
May 15, 2006
Hide the smell of those rotting leftovers in your refrigerator with this air purifier.
This compact purifier uses advanced ionic technology to generate billions of negative ions that neutralize odors. Two levels of ozone help eliminate bacteria and leave the air smelling rain-fresh. Your refrigerator remains odor-free and food stays fresher longer. No cords or filters needed.
At Clever Gear
May 9, 2006
I'm constantly amazed at how many products there are for making hot dogs. You could almost have a whole website on just hot dog makers. This one allows you to make four jumbo rotisserie hot dogs in your own home in 8 to 10 minutes. It also has two stainless steel spikes that heat the buns and a removable oil tray for easy cleanup.
At Gadget Universe
May 4, 2006
This looks like a device from the future, and unfortunately, it is. This is just a concept; it doesn't work yet. But how cool would it be to be able to see exactly how brown your toast is getting?
Via Gizmodo at Inventables.
May 1, 2006
This is pretty cool. I love space-saving and clutter reducing devices, and this built-in food processing system eliminates the need for multiple appliances. The system has five speeds and powers a blender, a mixer, and a mini-chopper, with more attachments coming
Via Appliancist at TCC Kitchen Center
April 25, 2006
This looks like an alien spaceship, but it is apparently an ice cream maker.
You pack the outer ball with rock salt and ice; you fill the inner ball with ice cream ingredients; you roll the ball around for ten minutes or so (gently but firmly, as the warranty doesn't cover breakage from dropping or kicking) and voila, you have ice cream.
Via Shiny Shiny at Play & Freeze
April 21, 2006
This One Touch Can Opener opens cans with just one touch of a button. You don't even have to hold on to the opener--it rotates around automatically. Plus it looks like a computer mouse and we all know how to use those. :-)
Via Disabled Hands at One Touch Can Opener
April 18, 2006
If you've got some major blending to do, this looks like a serious blender.
In the same high style as its popular juicers, L'Equip has introduced the new Model 228 R.P.M. Blender with unique tachometer showing operating speed. With a 900-watt motor, this powerful blender offers variable speed control ranging from 500 to 20,000 R.P.M.s. The tachometer is embedded in the brushed metal uniquely shaped block base. The blender features a commercial-grade stainless steel blade, heavy-duty polycarbonate pitcher, and smoothie stick and funnel cone.
Via Appliancist at Goodmans
April 6, 2006
First ovens are getting smarter, now blenders. When the appliances take over, don't say I didn't warn you. This blender has 400 recipes on display.
The control panel allows you to browse the database and select recipes. Search by food type, main ingredient, or specific recipe name to begin your blending adventure. A list of available recipes is included. Once blended, you'll be able to pour your creation directly from the 48-ounce glass blending jar, which will not scratch, absorb odors, or stain.
Via Gizmos for Geeks at SmartHome