Stickers are handy little things when it comes to organization. Just write what you are storing on one and stick it on the thing you’re storing it in. But then there is no turning back (only adding additional stickers).
Items in the kitchen lack permanence (thankfully). As we eat our way through the pantry and food cabinet, the jars and storage containers have their contents reduced until the label is staring back at us with empty, cold indifference. Incorrectly as well. How rude.
The Chalkboard Labels Sticker Set looks to politely erase that mistake by allowing actual erasing. Consisting of a variety of styles at an affordable price, the reusable stickers can be written on with chalk over and over again. With 48 stickers in the pack, there are enough to get organized in every room of the house. Maybe teach those plain ol’ traditional stickers some manners as well.
April 6, 2015 No Comments
Tea is (often) caffeinated. Owl are nocturnal. Coincidence? Clearly the Tovolo Owl Tea Infuser doesn’t think so.
The little guy is made of silicone and holds loose leaf tea and can be filled easily via its removable base. Other tea infusers in the set include a pig, a sheep, an anchor and a gingerbread man. Now what they have to do with drinking tea is anybody’s guess. Perhaps it is only the owl who knows.
March 25, 2015 No Comments
Do you have a kitchen? Does it have drawers in it? Of course it does. Do those drawers have hot dogs in them? Probably not. But they could.
The Smart Planet HDS1 Steam-O-Matic Red Hot Dog Steamer upgrades the contents of kitchen drawers from boring old utensils to exciting and delicious steamed hot dogs. The appliance lives on the kitchen counter and requires only a twist of the on/off dial to operate. Fill with water, wieners and buns and within five minutes you could be chowing down on a delicious hot dog.
Who ever said kitchen remodeling had to be a lengthy process? Five minutes is more like it!
March 17, 2015 No Comments
The kitchen counter is used for many things. Sure, cooking and prep work occurs there on a daily basis, but it also becomes a platform for other things. No, not various kitchen tasks like emptying out the junk drawer or putting things in jars (both noble pursuits). The kitchen counter happens to be a great place to put that delivery pizza box. Now, since the pizza box’s natural environment is the kitchen countertop, it only makes sense to make it a permanent home.
The CuiZen PIZ-4012 Pizza Box Oven is a lidded pizza oven with a cooking platter that rotates. Designed for pizzas up to 12 inches, the simple to use countertop appliance features a timer and temperature control. It makes so much sense to find such an item at home on the kitchen countertop it may be tempting to buy two. However, try to resist the temptation; they probably don’t stack too well.
March 6, 2015 No Comments
February 24, 2015 No Comments
Everybody seems to like the ‘Walking Dead’ television show (except when they kill off the ‘wrong’ characters), even appliance product descriptions like this portable mini-fridge. Of course, it doesn’t say anything about zombies, but I think we all know. Judge for yourself from this product description:
Both 110v Wall Plug and 12v Car Adapter Included
Digital Temperature Display and Controls- from 36°F to 140°F
Lighted Interior with On/Off Button
2 Removable Shelves, 3 Positions
Durable Plastic Construction with Brushed Chrome Look
Carry Handle on Top
Holds 12 Bottles or 24 Cans & Room for Sandwiches!
Heats & Cools Automatically to Maintain the Perfect Temp
Compatible with Generators for Post-Apocalyptic Use!
Of course, zombies have been immersed in popular culture for decades. It’s even got to the point where zombies may or may not exist. However, no matter if you are fighting off hordes of the undead, or just kicking back on a Saturday evening, a nice drink in hand deserves to be chilled. And if you are drinking the famous tiki drink named the zombie, you’ll need a place to store all those ingredients.
Clearly, it’s a good time for zombie fans to be
alive not undead!
February 17, 2015 No Comments