Category — Appliances
Nothing is more important than a color-coordinated morning. Rushing out the door in clashing colors is a sure way to upset the balance of the day. Mornings can be tricky things, and tripping over an eyesore of a breakfast is an easy way to start the day off on the wrong foot. Luckily, there is a solution.
March 29, 2011 No Comments
Few things hit the spot quite like a glass of freshly-squeezed juice. Healthy and nutritious, every sip refreshes in a way that does not compare to the stuff that comes out of a carton. Yet, convenience wins, and more often than not if juice is to be had, it will be poured from a half-gallon container. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Offering the convenience of countertop accessibility, the Krups Citrus Press provides easy access to freshly-squeezed juice. Featuring a pour spout and a motorized lever, all that stands in the way of having fresh juice is a press of the lever. That and some limes, lemons, oranges or grapefruit to squeeze too, of course.
March 21, 2011 No Comments
That would be 176 pounds of potatoes per hour to be exact. Pounds per hour doing what you ask? Grating of course. That’s a lot of grated potatoes. Sold by European household importers, Dom itp, the Elektryczna Maszynka do Ziemniaków (that would be Electric Potato Grater to you and me) is U.S. power ready.
* Grates 176 lbs of potatoes in 1 hour
* Ideal for any cuisine that includes potatoes
* Easy to clean & wash, and dishwasher safe
* Comes with 1 year warranty
The electric potato grater is a dream appliance for anyone who loves potatoes. Grate all the potatoes you want with ease and precision to a past-like state. If you make latkes, kugel, meat dumpings, or potato pancakes then you’ll love this appliance.
March 11, 2011 No Comments
Or, perhaps you should. Read on to find out why…
March 1, 2011 No Comments
Because it is a bread box! An Apple Bread Box. Holds two loaves of bread… or a whole buncha apples.
February 18, 2011 No Comments
Advertising firm Colle + McVoy created an innovative campaign for Caribou Coffee by transforming bus stops into mock toaster ovens. Complete with real working heaters, the larger than life installations are designed to promote toasted breakfast sandwiches.
From the firm:
To help Caribou Coffee launch its hot and fresh Daybreaker breakfast sandwiches, we decided to heat things up a bit. To do this, we created ovens out of transit shelters, complete with real heaters and working clocks. This not only allowed us to showcase Caribou’s new “Hot ‘n Wholesome” menu items, it also benefited Minnesotans during their frigid winter commutes.
Oh, and because it is the point after all, here’s the website for Caribou Coffee.
(Via Oh Gizmo!)
January 20, 2011 No Comments