Trying to catch a zombie? You’ll need some bait. That is unless you wish to put your own braaaaaains at risk. While Brain Salt and Pepper Shakers might not contain all the smarty goodness that zombies crave, the discerning zombie will surely seek out a way to season their victim’s braaaaaains. When not attracting zombies, the two hemispheres hold together via a magnet and supply your dining table with good ol’ salt and pepper. Meanwhile, when you want to take a break from your zombie hunting, check out this Crawling Zombie Torso Gelatin Mold after the jump.
July 9, 2009 No Comments
If you believe a certain pizza chain, bread bowls make pasta better. While that may or may not be true, bread bowls certainly can be a delicious serving device—especially when you bake the bread bowl yourself. The Better Baker Loaf Bowl is a mold designed to produce breads already in the shape of a bowl. No need to scoop out the inside of a loaf of bread (and then wonder what to do with it) when using this kitchen gadget. Just bake, fill and enjoy—with or without the carb explosion.
July 7, 2009 No Comments
Ring Pop’s were so 80’s. Or were they 70’s? Either way, you can bring the fashion trend up to date with Tovolo Frozen Jewel Popsicle Molds. The set features six different popsicle molds that rest in a spill-resistant base. When done, just pop ‘em out of the freezer and turn your fingers into a glamorous (and sticky) fashion statement. Ring Pops have had a good ride, but every good trend needs an update. Stay ahead of the curve and catch these fashion pops before they melt.
June 30, 2009 No Comments
Everybody likes food-on-the-go. Grabbing a bite when out and about is a quick and easy to way to refuel. While there may be seemingly endless options for the mobile eater, portable pies could use a little more representation. Sure, you could opt for a McDonald’s Apple Pie, but wouldn’t one you had baked yourself be so much better? Sure it would.
Preparing portable pies doesn’t have to be the messy affair you may think it is. These Pocket Pie Molds from Williams-Sonoma make it easy. Just roll out your dough, use the mold to create either a star or heart shape, place it in the mold along with your desired filling and crimp it shut. Baked or deep-fried, the little pies go a long way when you are on the go.
June 26, 2009 No Comments
A hot dog by any other name would taste just as
sweet savory. Unless of course, that hot dog wasn’t a hot dog at all. While there may be many varieties of tube-steak deliciousness out there, it never hurts to improve upon perfection. Or rather, it never hurts to make hot dogs your own. If that means making hot dogs out of ground beef or what have you, than so be it.
The hot dog is a personal journey of discovery, and who am I to say what type of dog anybody should eat? (Except don’t use ketchup, please.) Whatever you choose to make your hot dog into, you’re gonna need a mold like this KitchenArt Hot Dogger to form it into place.
June 24, 2009 2 Comments
Pancakes are more fun when they are not round. Something that lives inside each and every one of use inspires us to manipulate pancake batter as often as we can. Perhaps it is because the pancake is so round that we are urged to improve upon it. After all, it pretty much is a round blank canvas, and maple syrup only goes so far.
If you’re not the Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity type, then perhaps you can indulge your pancake-manipulating fantasies with the Garden Creatures Pancake Molds. A set of three, including a snail, a butterfly and a ladybug, the nonstick cookware makes transforming your breakfast into an easy affair. Just pour in the batter and after it sets remove the mold. The result is a metamorphasized breakfast meal and a deep inner satisfaction that no boring ol’ round pancake is safe around you.
June 8, 2009 1 Comment