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Take Your Tea With A Dash Of Mad Hatter

Alice In Wonderland Tea Set

There’s only one way to host a tea party. With the Mad Hatter! This Alice In Wonderland Tea Set will make it easy to invite him. And his riddles.

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

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April 30, 2011   1 Comment

Coffee Coffee Coffee Starts With C

Vandor 5-1/2 by 4 by 4-1/2-Inch Sesame Street Cookie Monster 18-Ounce Ceramic Mug, Multicolored

Cookie Monster has always known what’s up with the letter ‘C’. Smart cookie, that Cookie. Not only does his favorite treat start with ‘C’, so does his lesser-known other favorite treat: coffee! (It’s pretty obvious if you notice what a spazz he is.) Being the obsessive type, there is no other mug everybody’s favorite monster would choose other than one picturing himself. The Sesame Street Cookie Monster 18-Ounce Ceramic Mug is his only drinking vessel of choice. For either milk or coffee. Got cookie? Om nom nom nom…

Also available for his pals, Oscar the Grouch and Elmo.

April 19, 2011   1 Comment

Peeps Sushi. Wait. Peeps Sushi?

PEEPS(R) YUM YUM PLATTER...Roll into something new this Easter - create fun sushi shapes with your favorite PEEPS(R)! Visit www.marshmallowpeeps.com for more delicious recipes or to submit your own! (PRNewsFoto/Just Born, Inc.)

It won’t take years of practice as a sushi apprentice to learn how to make this type of sushi. Using Rice Krispies Treats as the rice and candy and Peeps as the fish, the familiar shapes of sushi can be represented as sweet-to-eat treats. You’ll never look at Mike and Ikes or Hot Tamales the same way again. Peeps however, always did seem to have a fishy existence, so using them as sushi somehow seems appropriate.

Read on for how to make your own Peeps sushi. Makes a good activity for the kids.

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April 11, 2011   No Comments

Excuse Me, But There Is A Hare In My Salad

Rabbit Ears Salad Servers Set of TWO Bunny Easter Dinnerware by DCI

Salad is rabbit food, as they say, and no better way is that proven than with these Rabbit Ears Salad Servers. When lurking in the salad bowl, this set of two salad utensils act as an amusing accessory at the table. The fork and spoon salad serving set might make a good way to get kids interested in salad, but then again they might be disappointed to find that there is not a real bunny rabbit at the other end of those ears.

April 5, 2011   No Comments

Heinz Ketchup Creativity Contest

 Heinz Ketchup Creativity Contest

Heinz Ketchup today announced their fifth annual Ketchup Creativity Contest. Participants will be asked to re-imagine the iconic ketchup bottle label with the grand prize winner receiving a cash prize as well as having their artwork produced and distributed on the classic container.

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January 12, 2011   No Comments

Kitchen Gear Made For Kids

Curious Chef 27-Piece Foundation Set

Kids aren’t particularly good chefs, but that’s not (entirely) their fault. Often, nobody has taught them what to do. If the very real concern of letting them use the grown-up tools is the issue, then perhaps setting them loose on their own kitchen gear is the way to go. The Curious Chef 27-Piece Foundation Set is a (knifeless) kid-friendly set of kitchen tools designed for small hands. While the good news is teaching kids in the kitchen will provide valuable life long skills, the better news is that with their own gear they will stop messing up the good stuff.

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December 2, 2010   No Comments



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