The holidays are all about family, friends and food. And of course, wine. Sharing a bottle (or three) with family and friends over food is a fine way to finish the year. But if your gathering can’t finish the bottle, don’t let it go to waste. Let the Chef’s Red Pot Wine Bottle Stopper seal in that holiday spirit. Or wine as the case may be.
December 18, 2012 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
Here come the holidays! You know what that means…. drinking! This Party Pack of 12 WineStraws will get you through the festivities with a bright smile. What the heck is a WineStraw, one might ask. So glad you asked. A WineStraw is a wine straw; that is all.
Look at it this way: now you can have something to talk awkwardly with your relatives about. And it won’t be because of your wine lips! Cheers!
December 11, 2012 No Comments
Still looking for that perfect gift for the guy who has everything? The Personalized BBQ Branding Iron by Texas Irons is here to the rescue.
The branding iron can be personalized with 1-3 letters, making the monogrammed gift ideal for those that are hard to shop for. Of course, if they already have a monogrammed branding iron, you could always choose another letter combination. Or, better yet, buy two and have them spell out “mine.” That’ll be sure to start a debate over the grill, with everybody saying, “That’s mine!”
December 6, 2012 No Comments
Now I appreciate me some waffle tongs as much as the next guy, but I’m not sure they justify a ten dollar price tag. Now granted, I’m sure these Norpro Waffle Tongs work better than say, a sledgehammer, would for lifting waffles out of the waffle iron, but chances are there is another gadget or tool hanging about the kitchen that will do the job just as well.
But then again, might as well one pick up just in case — perhaps if its waffle-picking up duties are over exaggerated, it could be used as a hair clip instead!
December 4, 2012 1 Comment
Sure, the spout on the right side gives it away as a teapot, but what the heck is that big, blue thing supposed to be?
November 30, 2012 No Comments