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YouCopia Adjustable Rack Organizes Your Cravings

YouCopia StoreMore Adjustable Bakeware Rack

You want to cook something to eat — something special that only you can make — but you don’t want to open the kitchen cabinet. You know what will happen: dozens of pots, pans, lids and trays will fall clattering to the ground. And then they’ll be all dirty instead of full of delicious muffins, pizzas and brownies.

The YouCopia StoreMore Adjustable Bakeware Rack cleans up the mess before it becomes a mess. The adjustable cookware rack organizes all the different everyday baking pieces thanks to adjustable dividers. From deep dishes to thin sheet pans, the rack can be made to accommodate. So when it comes time to bake your specialty, say like brownie pizza (Mmmm… brownie pizza), that precise pan is always within reach.

July 14, 2015   No Comments

Tier Up Spices With The Spice Tower Rack

Spice Tower Spice Rack Organizer with Bamboo Top from Lipper International

You know what’s good? Food. You know what makes food better? Flavor. Imparting such upon our edibles has never been easier. Not only are recipes galore only a click or two away, but spices from every corner of the globe can be found either online or in everyday brick-and-mortar stores which have well-stocked shelves to accommodate humanity’s growing palate. But of course, you are gonna need a place to store all those spices.

The Lipper Spice Rack Tower is a two-tier spice rack that opens and closes for easy storage. The spice rack holds eighteen bottles and has a flat bamboo top that can accommodate odd-shaped spice bottles of any size — or odd-shaped pictures, stickers and stamps of spices until that internet order comes in.

April 22, 2015   No Comments

Rack Up Some S’mores On The Grill

Charcoal Companion SS Smores Roasting Rack CC3112

Grilling isn’t just for chicken and hamburgers anymore. Nowadays, there are plenty of grill accessories to help grillers take their cooking to the next level. Sometimes literally.

The Charcoal Companion Smores Roasting Rack is an all-in-one s’more helper that toasts marshmallows, warms graham crackers and melts chocolate. The skewers hold the marshmallows in place while the warming platform takes care of the gooey chocolate.

Considering that grilling burgers, steak, chicken and fish is still the first thing that people think to cook when firing up the grill, chances are, s’mores can take a back seat while the entrees cook. Since fishmallows, chickocolate and burger crackers are rarely on the menu, raising the cooking surface for the sweets seems like a fine idea.

April 24, 2014   No Comments

Ceramic Egg Rack

Kikkerland Ceramic Egg Rack

How do you tell the difference between a hard-boiled egg and one that is raw? By what they are served in, of course!*

Some may want to live on the edge and crack a dozen open to find out if they are cooked or not, but others may wish to consider the Kikkerland Ceramic Egg Rack. It holds a dozen eggs, looks good on the table and won’t turn into a runny mess when it comes in contact with a hard-boiled egg.

* Okay, okay. The secret is to give them a spin. The cooked egg will stop spinning while the raw one will start again when released–without being egged on to.

April 17, 2012   No Comments

Bicycle Wine Rack

Bicycle Wine Rack

Wine is meant to be shared with others. And that means getting it to these ‘others.’ For the (apparently only on a men’s) bike-bound, the Bicycle Wine Rack looks to lend a hand. Just don’t slam on the brakes while cycling to your destination. Perhaps the whole shebang would slide forward and the wine bottle would stay nestled in the holder, or perhaps the inertia will carry the wine and bottle forward leaving the base holder behind. Perhaps the neck end would then twist so as to stall the bottle from smashing to the ground. Perhaps it would work. For $35 you can find out. Recommended for Two Buck Chuck.

November 4, 2011   1 Comment

Nonstick Roasting Rack With Juice Reservoir

Nonstick Roasting Rack With Juice Reservoir

Lurking inside every roast is a bowl full of gravy. The cooking process may create pools of flavor, but collecting all those juices requires a but of effort. Lifting the heavy pan that the roast was cooking in is one way to get to the goodness, but sending the river of flavor into a pre-determined location is probably a better way to go about it. The Nonstick Roasting Rack With Juice Reservoir channels juices away from the roast, sending them directly into a waiting reservoir. Try not to drink it straight out of the cup.

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September 28, 2011   No Comments



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