Category — Accessories
Why should coffee people have all the fun? Tea lovers need some love too, after all. Well, that’s where the Copco Tea Thermal Green Travel Mug comes in. Featuring a removable infusion filter for steeping loose-leaf tea on the go, the travel mug gives tea lovers the ability to get their get up and go while getting on the go.
The double wall construction keeps hot or cold drinks at their desired temperature, while the 14-ounce capacity keeps the fuel coming. Coffee hounds may have the advantage when it comes to accessories, availability and options, but when it’s time for tea lovers to get exactly what they want, this loose-leaf infuser mug takes the show on the road.
August 24, 2009 No Comments
No matter if your favorite potluck item to bring to gatherings is brownies, cupcakes or deviled eggs, you’re going to need a way to get them there. Luckily, the Deluxe Bakers Sto ‘N Go can accommodate all that and more. With two deviled egg trays and four standard trays, the portable carrier makes it easy to share your favorites with a crowd. The shelves slide in and out and are completely adjustable, while the retractable handle makes for easy portability. Not only can you leave undesirable smushed eggs in the past, but with this carrier, there’s also room for a batch of brownies. (Hint, hint.)
August 20, 2009 1 Comment
While I appreciate the enthusiasm of this Expandable Cookie Cooling Rack, I just don’t know if I actually see it being used to its full potential. Utilizing a space-saving design when not in use, the telescoping steel surface slides out to reveal two additional cooling racks. Starting at a measurement of 14-inches by 13.75-inches, with a height of 1.5-inches, the cooling rack may provide plenty of room to cool cookies and other baked goods, but chances are those additional racks will never get a chance to know the sweet delight of a sugary touch. At least around these parts, freshly baked cookies hot out of the oven simply don’t last that long.
August 19, 2009 No Comments
Does the light really shut off when you close the ice chest door? Wait, there is no light inside the ice chest. That is, unless you have this Cooler Light from Taylor Gifts. Other than providing minutes of entertainment as the mystery of the cooler light is explored by opening and shutting the ice chest, the cooler light provides much needed illumination for when the party heads into the night. There’s nothing worse than grabbing a Coke when what you really wanted was a PBR. Now that all-too-common mix-up can finally be avoided. As for the cooler light? Yes, it does shut off automatically twenty seconds after you close the lid. But to see the light gnomes in action, you’ll have to buy one and see for yourself.
August 14, 2009 No Comments
The Wild Fling Popcorn Basketball Bowl may just be the most ridiculous sports-watching accessory since the beer helmet. Not surprisingly, the two hunks of plastic complement each other; drink with one, eat snacks with the other.
Dust off your old beer helmet (because every closet has one, right?) and get up to date with this snack bowl. When the beer helmet runs dry, enjoy the convenience offered by the integrated beverage holder. You’ll find it right next to the remote control. If your beer helmet is in the shop, no worries, because when the popcorn is all gone and the game is over, the bowl doubles (triples?) as a stylish helmet. Remember, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you watch the game.
August 13, 2009 No Comments
If you’ve gone induction, chances are you had to swap out at least some of your favorite cookware. Cooking via induction is highly efficient, as the cooking vessel itself is part of the system that generates heat, but the method only works with ferrous pots and pans (not to mention an induction cooktop). But what of all that old cookware you have come to know and love? There is a solution.
The Burton 8-Inch Induction Interface Disk with Heat-Proof Handle lets you use any of your old cookware on an induction cooktop. The stainless steel disk heats up when it comes into contact with the induction cooker, and transfers that heat to any cooking vessel. Of course your induction cooker won’t act like an induction cooker while using this eight-inch diameter disk, but if you want to use the cookware that you just haven’t been able to part with yet, this little contraption can bring them back to life.
August 10, 2009 No Comments