March 31, 2006

Hot Dog Steamer

I've been craving hot dogs lately. With this I can steam my hot dogs instead of microwaving them like I usually do. It includes two heater spikes for toasting buns. If hot dogs aren't your thing, you can also steam veggies and make hard boiled eggs in the steamer. And strangest of all, you can make popcorn in it by putting oil in the reservoir instead of water.


At brandsonSale

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March 29, 2006

Vertical Cooking Grill

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Forget that boring horizontal grilling; vertical is the way to go. You can cook gyros, kabobs, sausages, and poultry in this grill. The grill alternates heating to 120 degrees and cooling down (sounds like you don't want to use this if you are in a rush to eat). Supposedly results in tender and healthier meat. I don't think you want to try a hamburger on this grill, though. :-)

At Brands on Sale

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March 20, 2006

Tortilla Baker

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This seems a little ambitious for me, but if you like to make your own tortillas or flatbreads, this contraption can do it for you. Features include a durable press handle, nonstick cooking plates, and a ready light.

At Tortilla Baker

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March 3, 2006

Blendie

Someone at MIT's Media Lab came up with a blender that is voice activated. You control the speed of the blender with the pitch of your voice.

People induce the blender to spin by sounding the sounds of its motor in action. A person may growl low pitch blender-like sounds to get it to spin slow (Blendie pitch and power matches the person) and the person can growl blender-style at higher pitches to speed up Blendie. The experience for the participant is to speak the language of the machine and thus to more deeply understand and connect with the machine. The action may also bring about personal revelations in the participant. The participant empathizes with Blendie and in this new approach to a domestic appliance, a conscious and personally meaningful relationship is facilitated.

Via Cool Hunting at Blendie

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February 21, 2006

Infrared Toaster Oven

I think this toaster oven is kind of ugly, but I do like the idea of cooking 40 percent faster. Waiting 5 minutes for my toast to cook is too long! The toaster cooks food faster because it has an infrared light system, which eliminates the need to preheat. It also has preset buttons that automatically calculate the cooking time for a variety of foods.

Via OhGizmo! at Panasonic.

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February 14, 2006

Snow Cone Maker

As I am surrounded by snow here in the Northeast, I can't help think about how I much prefer my snow covered in blue rasberry flavoring--especially on a hot day! Well, now I can make snow cones at home and pretend that it is summer year round. This snow cone maker uses ice from the freezer and includes blue rasberry and grape flavoring packets.

At Rival Snow Cone Maker

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February 7, 2006

Fresh Arepa Maker by Oster

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I've never had an Arepa, but they sound good. Bread filled with egg and cheese or spicy chicken, meats, or seafood. Ummmmmm . . . This makes six arepas and includes a basic arepa recipe.

At above all wholesalers

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February 6, 2006

Six-Part Toaster

If one piece of toast isn't enough for you in the morning, here is the answer. The toaster has six compartments for toasting. Then the compartments come off the main assembly and swing open, so your toast can stay warm on the hot plate.

Via Gizmodo at Yanko Design.

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January 31, 2006

The Refrigerated Countertop Water Filter

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I hate Britta water pitchers--they take up room in the frig and it takes forever for the water to cool. That is why we got a refrigerator with water in the door. But if you don't have that option, this seems like a good solution. This countertop water dispenser has a cooler and a filter and is small enough to fit under a kitchen cabinet.

At Hammacher Schlemmer

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January 30, 2006

Pizzazz Pizza Oven

I love making pizza at home--You get to choose your own toppings and put just the right amount on. But I hate dealing with pizza stones. This could be the answer.

This 1,235-watt countertop oven makes pizza in about half the time required by a conventional oven. You don't need to preheat it--it begins rotating and baking the moment you plug it in. There are independently controlled top and bottom heating elements, so all types (frozen or fresh) and sizes (7 to 12 inches) of pizza can be custom baked.

According to the reviews, this is also great for frozen pizza and reheating leftovers.

At Amazon

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