Category — Accessories
Forget the little black dress, ladies. It’s all about the little black coffee… tank top. Yup, that tank top up there is made from coffee and algae. I’ll just let Hammacher Schlemmer tell you about it:
The soft, stretchy fabric contains micronized caffeine that stimulates lipolysis, the natural breakdown of stored fats, while the embedded brown algae moisturizes and smooths skin.
There you have it: The Caffeine Infused Slimming Tank Top. And, no it does not make you look fat. That super grande venti trenta espresso milkshake sugar whipped cream chocolate mocha monstrosity on the other hand…
February 25, 2014 No Comments
Sure it’s a hook of some sort, but for what? Or maybe it’s like a claw or talon…
February 20, 2014 No Comments
Look! Even kitchen whisks wanna get in on the love.
Made with Love. Silicone coated heart shaped wires gradating from pink to red. Measures 3.75 x 11.5-inches.
February 14, 2014 No Comments
Don’t be left hungry for the Day of the Dead! But please, stay neat and tidy while preparing. Above we see the US Handmande CALAVERAS SUGAR SKULLS ROCKABILLY SKELETON LATINO PATTERN COTTON FABRIC REVERSIBLE APRON, “2 APRONS IN 1″, APR 1016. In case you are wondering, there are plenty more Sugar Skull Aprons where that one came from.
Want to make your own sugar skull for Dia de los Muertos? Of course you do. Here’s how!
October 22, 2013 No Comments
Bring the beer can chicken inside. Except forget the beer can. Well, forget to put the beer can inside the chicken that is, because this roasting rack is ready to stand up to the task without any help.
Suitable for indoor use or out on the grill, the Cuisipro Stainless Steel Dual Roasting Rack is a versatile little kitchen accessory that doesn’t lie down on the job. Unless you want it to; then you use it in the horizontal position just like a traditional roasting rack. But when it’s time to turn things on end, the gadget transforms to a vertical roaster ready for all your indoor beer can chicken sans beer can needs. Considering that the better beers come in glass bottles, this is probably a good thing. (Basting with beer is still okay.)
October 8, 2013 No Comments
The Joseph Joseph Worktop Saver, USA Gastronomy Map is “made in the United Kingdom by Joseph Joseph, masters of form and function,” according to the product description. It goes on to say that what you are seeing is a “12-inch by 16-inch worktop saver; made of toughened glass; heat resistant to 536-degree F.”
What it doesn’t say is what the heck Smettanick is.
There you see it, up at the top of Montana: Smettanick. Turns out, this caught the eye of many back in 2011.
According to a nifty little write up in the Seattle Weekly about this very design (by a British designer), Smettanick is a Russian sour-cream cake whose preferred spelling is “smetannik.” (Check out a recipe for smetannik here.) As for its popularity in Montana? Only Montanans know. However, the map is not a total loss: the inclusion of “ultimate buffets” in Nevada is not much of a head-scratcher, although it’s probably a good guess that Nevadans eat more than pine nuts and casino buffets.
October 2, 2013 No Comments