Category — Appliances
Um… Yes, that’s Dali’s Meditative Rose up there on that toaster. And that’s only the beginning. Also included in the Russell Hobbs Dali Arts Collection is a kettle with Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening and a coffee maker featuring The Persistence of Memory.
Click through to see the melting clock coffee maker, which at least seems somewhat appropriate. Also, be sure to check out the source link for the tiger kettle.
June 7, 2011 No Comments
Bullets and babies don’t usually mix (right, Maggie?), but in this case that’s exactly what they do. Well kinda. The bullet part mixes at least. Also, the Original Baby Bullet Food Processor chops, blends and does all those other things that the harried parent might find of interest.
Includes power base, milling blade, baby blend blade, batchbowl, two short cups, spatula, two stay-fresh resealable lids, batch tray, six date-dial storage cups, storage tray, pocket nutritionist and user manual/cookbook.
May 28, 2011 No Comments
For one hundred and forty dollars, you too can pick up the Bodum Electric Indoor Table Grill and Griddle, Green. Now granted, the fact that it features a reversible plate is certainly useful, but for that price it sure would be nice to use both features at once if desired. A simple modification on the part of Bodum could have two cooking plates for example. If one would be able to use both plates at once–as a grill, a griddle or split half and half–it might justify the price a bit more. Just sayin’–as are the reviewers on Amazon.
May 22, 2011 No Comments
Think you can make a better burger that the one pictured above? Well, you probably can. Honestly that one doesn’t look too appetizing. Luckily, there’s a recipe contest that will let you put your money where your mouth is. Or rather, make that George’s money. Read on for the whole press release.
May 10, 2011 No Comments
There is not much by way of product description to be gleaned for this Brentwood 6-Inch Non-Stick SK-45 Electric Skillet, but all you really need to know is right there in its name: it’s 6-inches. That is one small skillet. Maybe good for making an egg. One egg. If you really must know what they say about it, click on through…
April 23, 2011 No Comments
Only chickens know when eggs are really ‘done’, and for proof of this just ask Henrietta. The Henrietta Egg Cooker, that is. The novelty kitchen appliance boils hard or soft eggs, and then ‘chirps’ when they are done. Also featuring the ability to poach eggs, this magical hen knows how to make eggs–after all, that’s what they do.
April 17, 2011 No Comments