Category — Books, Guides & Kits
Next time you find yourself in space, make sure you know how to make a peanut butter and honey sandwich. The above video shall be your cheat sheet. The trick is to remember to bring along the tortillas. And if PB&J (or in this case, PB&H) on a tortilla sounds weird, just look out the window… so what? You are in space!
February 22, 2013 No Comments
The Great Twinkie Scare of 2012 was no laughing matter. Except of course, that it was. Jokes can be made about Twinkies never, ever, really going away due to their long shelf life. Or perhaps, one can chuckle at the thought of a Twinkie being grown because they are not really food. And then of course is the biggest myth of them all: that Twinkies are some sort of superfood.
In any event, just in case the iconic snack cake does ever disappear, the Hostess Twinkies Bake Set with Pastry Bag & Recipe Booklet will be there to help repopulate store shelves everywhere. Or at least eBay auctions.
December 13, 2012 1 Comment
Whoa! That is some kinda word up there! Spell it out and it says “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.” There’s only one way I know how to pronounce that: ab-ca-def-gi-jeckle-mi-nop-kwer-stoov-wix-iz!
If you are interested in getting this most remarkable word ever seen for your refrigerator, luckily it does come in magnet form. However, be aware, for some reason these
Alphabet Fridge Magnets come as individual letters. (It must be because it is too long to fit on the refrigerator door as one word!)
October 23, 2012 1 Comment
Nope. It is not a bunch of noodles…
July 18, 2012 No Comments
We all know that it is important to know where our food comes from, right? Luckily, there is a cheat sheet in case you forgot. A cheat sheet in the form of an everyday kitchen helper that is. The Gourmet Classics Chef’s Cut Chart Pig Kitchen Towel is a good-sized, 20-inch by 30-inch cotton towel printed with an image of what food comes from where on a pig. Perfect for cleaning up
slop masterful kitchen creations.
July 6, 2012 No Comments
It is important to know where your food comes from. Even if that means getting your fast food meal in powdered form.
The Happy Kitchen Candy Hamburger kit is a make-it-yourself treat that even comes complete with a cola just waiting to be fizz. And while ordering a burger and fries (that you have to mix yourself) from Japan may seem like a roundabout way of getting a happy meal, just think how much sweeter it will taste knowing the effort behind it. And the fact that it also happens to be candy.
Your favorite fast food meal now comes in miniature candy form with the hamburger edition of the Happy Kitchen series! Mix the dough, cut the french fries, ‘bake’ the buns, shape the hamburgers, mold the cheese and even prepare your own ketchup. To wash it all down, you’ve got a cola to go along with your meal. From start to finish, you’ll have a smile on your face as your prepare you miniature treat!
March 23, 2012 No Comments