November 14, 2005

Magic Bullet - Drink Your Meals

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People constantly write in about the Magic Bullet. I guess after watching too much late night TV - I finally found out why. I've been sick as of late - very sick with a sore throat, cough, stuffed up nose - the cold of legends. Last night I had the pleasure of watching - while in a cough syrup induced stupor the Magic Bullet infomercial. I am now pretty sure the Magic Bullet could be used to make any meal. QUITE CONVINCED. Needless to say, I was impressed. I like the smoothie drink system it has, and if I ever get my mouth wired shut - this is the Magic Meal Maker I've always wanted in a blended fashion.

Works like a magician in the kitchen. Chops onions, grates cheese, or makes smoothies in ten seconds or less, with no mess and no fuss! Includes 2 blades, one20 oz. cup and one 12 oz. cup that are microwave and dishwasher safe, 2 shaker tops for cheese, 4 party mugs with comfort lip rings, and recipe book. Plastic.
  • The Magic Bullet is the perfect 7-Second Smoothie Machine.milk and you've got a delicious breakfast
  • Make Instant Snacks. Turn tomatoes, onions and hot peppers into zesty salsa in just 5 seconds
  • Why wait 5 minutes and pay nearly $5.00 at the coffee shop when you can whip up fancy frozen coffee
  • Make Perfect Frozen Cocktails -
  • Make Complete Meals

At MAGIC BULLET

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October 26, 2005

Dishwasher without Plumbing

3060000000050897.Jpg I can see the practical use of this in many places where you might want some extra dish washing or perhaps you're summer cabin where you do things by hand (not as much fun as you want to make it out to be so stop!).

Just attach the included “Water Supply Socket” directly to your faucet, and run it until the dishwasher’s LED lights up and its buzzer sounds. Inside the unit are two storage tanks, which eliminates the need for a valve to control the flow of water to the dishwasher. A full load will use 9 liters (2.37 gallons) of water, which, last we checked, isn’t a lot compared to other washers. Otherwise, you’re looking at a standard dishwasher.

Via Engadget at Sanyo

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October 20, 2005

12-Bottle-Capacity Table-Top Wine Cellar

Why go downstairs for wine when you can have it on your table top. Perfect for chilling both red and white wines, this table-top wine cellar stores up to 12 bottles and features an ultra-quiet thermo-electric cooling system. The unit's adjustable thermostat allows for precisely controlling the temperature, and its silver-trimmed, double-pane insulated glass door is designed with a recessed handle for easy opening and closing. Three full-chrome wire storage racks are housed in the unit's elegant black interior, providing the ability to organize and easily view wine.

At 12-Bottle-Capacity Table-Top Wine Cellar

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September 28, 2005

Smoothiccino Maker

Dotcoms 1861 34715589-1Combine some coffee, ice, and a little milk, and you've also got yourself a powerful Smoothiccino maker!

The 400-watt pulse-power motor quickly turns ice and ingredients into any smoothed down refreshment. The specially designed ice-crushing blades create a consistent smoothie texture so you can whip up your favorite coffee drinks right at home.

Either lift and pour, or use the handy dispenser for effortless, mess-free pouring. Makes up to 48-oz. at one time. Now that's a lot of Smoothiccino!

At Smoothiccino Maker

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September 23, 2005

Our New Blog Liquor Snob & The Best of the Blogpire

Liquor Snob ThumbAnother week and another Best of the Blogpire! We launched a new blog this week - Liquor Snob. If you haven't had a chance to read a little bit about "real spirits" then you should take part of your busy Friday and read Liquor Snob. Liquor Snob had some amazing gems this week including: Booze Books: The Modern Drunkard, iPod Bartender: Digital Drinks Anyone?, and Bong Vodka - Art Meets Liquor for Cultural Exchange Now on with the Best of the Blogpire!

Single Serve Coffee: Review: Baronet Coffee One Cup Pumpkin Spice Coffee Pods - Review: Lavazza Espresso Point - X10 Mini Brewer Single Serve Coffee Maker

Just The Chips: PSP Payout Poker & Casino - TJ Cloutier Enters Game Market - World Poker Tour: Season 1 on DVD

Kitchen Contraptions: Fatten Up for WinterEZ Clean Deep Fat Fryer from T-Fal - Zevro Zero Gravity Spice Rack - Honey Spoon

Shaving Stuff: New Shaving BlogBarberBlog.com - Shaving Kits from Mulholland Brothers - Norelco 6423LC for $31.88 at Amazon.com

What's All The Racquet: Nikolay Davydenko Signs Full Prince Sponsorship - A Ball Machine That Actually Hits Realistic Shots

TV Snob: And the Love Affair with HDTV Continues - Top Rated HD TelevisionSony KD-34XBR960 - Man breaks record for watching TV

Shirt Snob: Free People's Belted Chin Yarn Sweater - Astrosatchel Bags - Ditsy Babydoll Cap Sleeve by Free People

GPS Lodge: Huge increase in Garmin R&D spending pays off - Gizmondo plans Widescreen Handheld Game - Amazon Claims Lowest GPS Prices of the Season

The Cooking News: Wine News: Fine Wine From The New York Vine - Food News: Doctors call for healthier hospital food

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September 22, 2005

Kitchen in the Round from Snaidero

Snaidero-Acropolis-Kitchen-Thumb Why wouldn't you want a round kitchen? It's like having a huge kitchen drum set where you can rock out with a little stir fry, salad, and perhaps an apple peeling extravaganza.

The Round Kitchen is designed for the center of a room to create a total ergonomic environment. Living in a circle or walking around the kitchen while one cooks takes an entire new meaning with the round kitchen.

Via Treehugger

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Seal the Deal with Seal-a-Meal Vacuum Food Sealers

Sealameal Vs120Cd Seal the deal. My mom had one of these when I was a kid - and you know what? It works. She still has one and is always telling me about the latest thing she's put into the freezer vacuum sealed. I'm pretty sure this is the only way to keep things fresh and not buy a ton of crazy canisters.

Why Seal-a-Meal?

  • Keep leftovers as fresh and delicious as the day they were prepared.
  • Prepare make-ahead meals over the weekend, then store them for easy weeknight reheating.
  • Buy food in bulk then freeze for later—use in meal or serving-size portions.
  • Marinate meats in minutes instead of hours.
  • Store delicate or moist foods with convenient canisters.
  • Preserve wine, salad dressings and more with our specially designed bottle stoppers.
  • Seal and store meals in serving-sized portions for simple and effective portion control.

The other thing that's changed since my Seal-a-meal youth? How about an entire Seal-a-Meal web site. It's filled with tips, different accessories, and you can even buy different models with different finishes. All of the models range in price from $50 to $100 bucks, and you can even get a cordless version to tote around the house sealing things fate one seal at a time.

Via Cool Hunting at Seal-a-Meal

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September 21, 2005

Fatten Up for Winter - EZ Clean Deep Fat Fryer from T-Fal

Everyday you wonder - "When will I be able to make fried dough at home? I could just skip the state fair and curl up with an episode of My Name is Earl and get fat on the couch and camp in for winter". Look no further than the EZ Clean Deep Fat Fryer from T-Fal!

Frying food is fun, but clean-up is a hassle - until now. The T-FAL Ultimate EZ Clean Deep Fryer is the only fryer we could find that automatically filters, drains and stores the messy oil without touching it. After cooking, simply place the fryer on top of the oil container. When cooled, the oil automatically drains into the storage container - filtered and ready to use again. Everything except the heating base is dishwasher safe. A charcoal filter reduces cooking odors. Safety features include a cool to the touch exterior, locking cover, and external basket control to prevent splattering. Set the thermostat and a signal light indicates when the oil is ready. Holds 4 1/4 cups of oil, and 1 1/2 pounds of food - plenty in our estimation to get you nice and fat for winter. BULK UP!

At T-Fal FA7000002 Ultimate EZ Clean Deep Fryer

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September 20, 2005

An Ice Cream Mixer with a Twist!

Dotcoms 1863 96018998I'm ready for some ice cream and especially if it has the patented Dairy Bar twist! The Black & Decker IC-200 Arctic Twister ice cream mixer creates a rainbow of dessert flavors custom made to every member of your family and every one of your friends by letting you mix into the ice cream of your choice whatever topping or flavor you want.

You don't MAKE Ice cream with this Ice Cream Mixer - you use the Arctic Twister to make custom soft-serve ice cream at home. Using the Arctic Twister is not as ambitious as making ice cream from scratch: simply buy your favorite ice cream, sherbet, or frozen yogurt and swirl in the toppings of your choice to make your own original flavor. The dispenser can handle almost any topping you can think up, from the healthy (nuts, granola, fruit, and cereal) to the decadent (sprinkles, chocolate chips, M&Ms, cookies, and candy bars).

At Black & Decker IC200 Arctic Twister Ice Cream Mixer

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Vitamin Plus Steamer from TEFAL

Vitamin Plus MainWe've been trying to find a steamer with some external water filling capacity and also one that has some egg holders. BAM! We just found the Vitamin Plus Steamer from Tefal and it seems to have both. It has no less than 2 external water filling spouts, a 60 minute timer, and an auto on/off. Everything is dishwasher safe, and best of all it has a rice bowl and egg holders. I think you could take a steam in it as well if you wanted!

At TEFAL UK Web Site - Vitamin Plus Steamer

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