May 8, 2006
We just bought these salt and pepper mills from Williams-Sonoma. We have the worst luck with pepper mills--they never last long in our house--maybe we over pepper everything. Anyway, so far so good. You press the button on the top and it automatically dispenses peppercorns or sea salt. You can adjust the courseness, but I can't see a huge difference between the finely ground and the course grind. It also has a light, so you can grind in the dark--so far I haven't had a use for that.
May 4, 2006
Store your cooking oil and get out your inner Tin Woodman with this oil can. It has a brass lid, splash guard opening, and an easy-pour spout.
May 3, 2006
Have a bunch of odd shaped knives? This knive block will supposedly hold any knife in any position. It has moveable fibers inside that are fully adjustable and hold the knive into position--no slots required. Intriguing.
At Bed Bath & Beyond
April 28, 2006
I'm usually not a huge fan of tacos. We ate them almost every night growing up, and I got sick of them. But lately I've been craving tacos. This "taco taxi" will hold up to three tacos for you while you apply fixings and eat them one by one. Yum.
Via bookofjoe at The Home Marketplace
April 27, 2006
I love spice racks. This rotating spice rack is designed by an Italian design studio and has six bottles for spices. It comes in blue and yellow.
At Especiero Spice Rack
April 14, 2006
I know this isn't anything very exciting, but the nice weather we have been having makes me think of summer, and summer makes me think of iced tea, and iced tea makes me think of glass pitchers. So there you have it. This set of two pitchers fits in fridge doors to save space in the fridge.
April 12, 2006
If you've got some aggression to get out and need a place to store your kitchen knives, this is the product for you. It comes with five stainless steel knives--a paring knife, bread knife, carving knife, and large and small chopping knives. The blades are protected in the rear by a clear platic sleeve.
At I Want One Of Those
March 27, 2006
Is it bigger than a breadbox? It is a breadbox!
Consisting of a stainless steel box lined with a flexible plastic material, this Eva Solo bread bin accommodates even the biggest of loafs. Smaller loafs and other baked products also comfortable house in this innovative bread bin with its beautifully soft curves. Good bread should be stored in a place which is neither too humid nor too dry, and the bread bin provides the optimum microclimate for prolonging its lifespan.
March 17, 2006
Keep real vampires away by having plenty of garlic on hand in this ceramic vampire garlic jar. It is dishwasher and microwave save.
March 16, 2006
Summer is coming. The barbeque will soon be out. These salt and pepper shakers are especially designed for barbequing. The long handles allow you to sprinkle salt and pepper on your meat or veggies without getting burnt. Then you can unscrew the handles and use the salt and pepper shakers at the table.