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3 in 1 Breakfast Station
$49.99 $44.99
3 in 1 Breakfast Station
"The world is shrinking... you may have heard the adage. It implies that today's ever-more-connected society is reducing the practical distance between us to almost nothing. The truth is, though, we're running out of space! Either we're living in increasingly urban environments, where space is naturally at a premium, or we're hoarding more stuff. For some of us, it's both. In a world where usable space is a luxury, we have to make lifestyle choices. Remove your tub and put in a shower stall, sleep on the couch instead of a bed covered in plush companion cubes and a gerrold of tribbles, eschew breakfast because cookware takes up too much space... wait. Perhaps you're going too far there? Breakfast, if it is to be believed, is the most important meal of the day. Skip it at your own peril! If, however, you have to choose between breakfast and still being able to walk through your kitchen without disturbing the precariously balanced stacks of pizza boxes, might we offer a humble suggestion? This tiny appliance is barely bigger than a regular toaster, and yet crams three separate appliances in one! One one side, you have a coffee maker capable of making a couple cups of coffee. Next to it is a tiny personal toaster-oven, browning bread like a champ! Finally, and cleverly we might add, is a wee skillet that utilizes the waste heat from the toaster oven. Crack a couple of eggs or strips of bacon onto it, and you've got yourself a complete breakfast in a space no bigger than a pekinese. Now you don't have to choose between your collection of Yoo Hoo bottles and a healthy start to your day! Tbere's plenty of room! Features and Specifications Makes a complete breakfast in a single unit: 2-Cup Coffee Maker with built-in filter Toaster oven Frying pan for eggs, bacon, or sausage Quick and easy cleanup Timers for upper and lower heating elements Warming plate to keep your coffee carafe hot for hours Dimensions: 15.5"" long, 8"" deep, 9"" tall"
ThinkGeek
Hamilton Beach HB Digital Steamer
$33.99
Hamilton Beach HB Digital Steamer
This Hamilton Beach Steamer is designed to give you cooking options as it has two tiers with a removable divider for large foods so it fits corn on the cob or a head of broccoli. It also steams delicate fish, lobster and shrimp and cooks eggs upright from soft-cooked to hard-boiled. The digital touchpad makes setting the countdown timer and other functions easy. Included is a rice bowl which is perfect for rice or other small foods. Stores nested.
J&R Computer/Music World
KitchenAid KSM152PSCP Custom Metallic Series Stand Mixer
$599.99
KitchenAid KSM152PSCP Custom Metallic Series Stand Mixer
5 qt. capacity; 10 speedsSatin copper finish325-watt motor for 9-cup flour powerStainless steel bowl with handleIncludes beater, dough hook, and wire whip. Gorgeous in satin copper, the KitchenAid KSM152PSCP KSM152 Custom Metallic Series Stand Mixer - Satin Copper also delivers powerful performance to any kitchen. Built from metal for durability, this mixer has a 10-speed solid-state control, generous 5-quart capacity, and handy accessories to get you started. Additional Features: 14.13L x 8.75W x 14H inches Tilt head for easy bowl access Powerful direct-drive transmission Power hub to add attachments
Hayneedle.com
Nostalgia Electrics 22
$38.99 $24.99
Nostalgia Electrics 22" Lighted Punch Fountain
Find fondues and fountains at Target.com! The nostalgia electrics lpf210 vintage collection lighted party fountain beverage set creates a beautiful display for any fun occasion. Celebrate in style with the illuminated punch bowl party fountain with waterfall effect as friends and family enjoy watching the lighted cascade of beverage. No ladle is needed as guests can serve themselves from the extension spouts. Resembling cut glass, the attractive fountain holds 24 6-ounce cups or 144 ounces of liquid. Use as a beautiful addition to any dining table or as an impressive display at events. Three-tiered, lighted cascading tower made of sturdy plastic construction dazzling glow...
Target.com
Commercial Stainless Steel Chocolate Fondue Fountain
$299.99 $264.95
Commercial Stainless Steel Chocolate Fondue Fountain
Nostalgia Electrics Commercial Stainless Steel Chocolate Fondue Fountain Make any event special and special events, spectacular with this crowd-pleaser. The 3-tier stainless steel tower makes an irresistible centerpiece. Impress your guests with elegance, style and ... chocolate! What You Get Stainless steel fondue fountain Nostalgia Electrics Commercial Stainless Steel Chocolate Fondue Fountain Features Durable design Perfect for all your catering or personal needs Simply pour melted white or dark chocolate into the base and switch on the motor Chocolate is carried to the top of the tower and flows down each tier Makes a mesmerizing dessert area Works well with fresh fruit, marshmallows, pretzels, cookies and other goodies Easily comes apart for quick cleanup. 3 - tier tower and stainless steel base Pump-free, stainless steel auger design Approved for commercial use Specs Power Source: Common household outlet Capacity: Up to 6 lb melted chocolate Country of Origin: China Notes
HSN.com - Home Shopping Network
Nostalgia Electrics ICMP400COW 4 qt. Blue Cow Electric Ice Cream Maker
$49.99
Nostalgia Electrics ICMP400COW 4 qt. Blue Cow Electric Ice Cream Maker
About Nostalgia ElectricsAt Nostalgia Electrics, the aim is to add excitement to your small appliances. Whether you find one of their products in a retail store, home shopping network, or online, it's guaranteed to meet and exceed your expectations. They strive for innovation in small appliances and while many of their products are designed to optimize your hosting experience, safety doesn't take a back seat. All Nostalgia Electrics carry the GS and SSA electrical approvals. With Nostalgia Electrics, Everyday's a party!
Hayneedle.com
Nostalgia Electrics PIE-200 2-Pie Electric Pie Bakery
$22.99
Nostalgia Electrics PIE-200 2-Pie Electric Pie Bakery
About Nostalgia ElectricsAt Nostalgia Electrics, the aim is to add excitement to your small appliances. Whether you find one of their products in a retail store, home shopping network, or online, it's guaranteed to meet and exceed your expectations. They strive for innovation in small appliances and while many of their products are designed to optimize your hosting experience, safety doesn't take a back seat. All Nostalgia Electrics carry the GS and SSA electrical approvals. With Nostalgia Electrics, Everyday's a party!
Hayneedle.com
Nostalgia Electrics PNB-900 Pigs in a Blanket and Appetizer Bites Maker
$21.99
Nostalgia Electrics PNB-900 Pigs in a Blanket and Appetizer Bites Maker
About Nostalgia ElectricsAt Nostalgia Electrics, the aim is to add excitement to your small appliances. Whether you find one of their products in a retail store, home shopping network, or online, it's guaranteed to meet and exceed your expectations. They strive for innovation in small appliances and while many of their products are designed to optimize your hosting experience, safety doesn't take a back seat. All Nostalgia Electrics carry the GS and SSA electrical approvals. With Nostalgia Electrics, Everyday's a party!
Hayneedle.com
Nostalgia Electrics SPF200 Soft Pretzel Maker
$29.99
Nostalgia Electrics SPF200 Soft Pretzel Maker
About Nostalgia ElectricsAt Nostalgia Electrics, the aim is to add excitement to your small appliances. Whether you find one of their products in a retail store, home shopping network, or online, it's guaranteed to meet and exceed your expectations. They strive for innovation in small appliances and while many of their products are designed to optimize your hosting experience, safety doesn't take a back seat. All Nostalgia Electrics carry the GS and SSA electrical approvals. With Nostalgia Electrics, Everyday's a party!
Hayneedle.com
Utilitea Variable Temperature Kettle
$39.99
Utilitea Variable Temperature Kettle
If you've landed on this page on purpose, there's a pretty good chance that one of your favorite methods of caffeine delivery doesn't necessarily include the boiling of roasted and ground beans in water. Don't get us wrong - coffee is still king of the wake-up juice, but sometimes steeping fermented leaves in hot water is a more civilized alternative. What most folks don't realize is that tea is a delicate thing - you don't just throw leaves at a pot of boiling water - there's subtlety involved, mostly around brewing temperature. See, your typical Assam black Tea needs water in a rolling boil, about 212 degrees Fahrenheit. If you tried to use the same brewing temperature for white tea, though, you'd be left with a less-than-perfect cup. Water that's too hot leaves an over-extracted bitter brew that's unpleasant and strong. 180 is optimal, but even that temp is too high for the most green teas. You want something more along the lines of 150 to 175, tops. Watching a boiling pot of water for the perfect temperature is a suboptimal use of your time. You could use a robot or something to make sure your water doesn't get too hot for your tea of choice. Luckily, this kettle has a built-in thermostat that lets you choose just how hot your brewing water gets before pouring. So, if you're a tea junkie, and know your rooibos from your lapsang souchong, you're going to want to up your game to the next level by making your tea at the proper temperature.
ThinkGeek
Garlic Zoom XL
$14.99 $7.99
Garlic Zoom XL
"We love garlic in our food, but we hate having to mince it up. Garlic cloves are small, they stick to the knife, and they stink up your fingers for hours. Garlic presses are easy to use, but they produce a smoosh of garlic. (That's a culinary term, right? A smoosh?) There are times a smoosh is fine, but most times, we want fresh minced garlic of a certain size. The Garlic Zoom makes us happy inside. Just insert one or two peeled cloves in the trapdoor on top, close it up, and then drive your Zoom around the countertop. The stainless steel blades whizz around inside, slice and dicing the garlic. When the pieces appear to be the right size, just open Zoom back up, carefully remove the blade, and dump your minced garlic into your recipe. Say goodbye to stinky garlic hands and hello to stinky garlic breath! Yum. Product Specifications Vroom vroom! Chop your garlic the fun way with this gadget Clear acrylic body with stainless-steel chopping blades Place garlic cloves inside, then drive it back and forth on the counter Fun for kids (the driving part! Don't let kids near the blades inside.) See-through design lets you see when garlic is chopped enough No more smelly garlic hands Blade unit removes for cleaning; top-rack dishwasher-safe Product Dimensions: 1"" x 2.4"" x 3"""
ThinkGeek
The Neuro Fuzzy® Rice Cooker
$199.99 $184.99
The Neuro Fuzzy® Rice Cooker
ThinkGeek code monkey Jamie has one of these bad boys at his place and swears by it. No, no, he doesn't stand next to it and hurl expletives. Maybe you do that in the kitchen, but Jamie doesn't. He just pours in some rice and water, presses a couple buttons, and walks away, probably to brush out his luxuriously long locks. (Obviously because one doesn't do that in the kitchen.) When he returns, the rice is cooked to perfection and his hair is beautiful and shiny. The Fuzzy Rice Cooker features advanced logic technology, which allows it to think for itself and make adjustments to the temperature and timing of your batch of rice totally on the fly. A spherical inner cooking pan and heating system distributes heat evenly so the rice at the bottom is the same consistency as the rice on the top. It'll do brown rice, white rice, sushi rice, even oatmeal. For those nights you don't want to wait, a quick cook program will make white rice in just 15 minutes, exactly the amount of time it'll take you to make a stir fry out of all those vegetables in your crisper and that leftover rotisserie chicken.
ThinkGeek
Personal Pie Factory
$26.99 $18.89
Personal Pie Factory
It is our humble opinion that, despite the wonders of donuts, and the sublime simplicity of cupcakes, one dessert reigns supreme. The pie. Nothing beats a pie's masterful combinations of sweet and salty, and moist and flaky. A delicious firm crust surrounding the filling of your choice is the perfect capper to any special occasion. Aye, but there's the rub, isn't it? We only seem to make pies for special occasions, and that's just wrong. Pies can be hard to do right - you have to channel Betty Freaking Crocker to do it, sometimes. Plus, if you're making pie, you have to make pie for the group. Sure, there are probably a few of us here at ThinkGeek that would love to just sit down with a fork and a whole 9 inch pie, and gorge on it by ourselves, but there lies shame. Sweet, delicious shame. And so, we suffer through the lengthy periods after major holidays where we wait for an excuse to make pie, again. An excuse? We don't need no stinking excuse! We saw a need, and that need was for simple and single-sized pies that can be made at the drop of a hat. The solution came in this perfect little kitchen gadget right here. The Personal Pie Factory simplifies the process. Start with pie dough (nothing wrong with store-bought frozen dough), and your favorite fillings. Almost anything can work! Whole berries, canned cherries, pumpkin pie filling...! Oh, yeah. Close the lid, and in less than 10 minutes, you've got pie. And they're little bitty pies, too! Just enough for one, so now you can eat the whole pie by yourself, and the stigma for doing so can take a hike. Features Cooks up 4 delicious mini pies in under 10 minutes Nonstick surface for easy removal and cleanup You supply the dough and the filling 5.9 x 9.3 x 11 inches
ThinkGeek
Brownie Bar Factory
$26.99 $18.89
Brownie Bar Factory
No, no, we don't want to chomp on the wee Girl Scouts. They are the suppliers of Thin Mints, after all! We're taking about fresh from the oven, warm, fragrant, chocolatey brownies. The kind that are crunchy on the edges and soft in the middle. When the going gets tough, we want to be in our Mommy's kitchen right at the moment when she hands us our corner piece from the brownie pan. When you're craving brownies, you don't have to call Mom anymore. (But really, she'd appreciate a call now and then for other reasons.) Just pull out your Brownie Bar Factory and a box of your favorite brownie mix. Follow the directions on the brownie mix box and then pour the thick chocolate batter into the molds, close the top, and in 15 minutes, you will have a half dozen piping hot and delicious brownie bars. We will warn you that for your waistline's sake, it's best to bake brownies when friends and family are around. They are delicious and tempting and you will eat all six by yourself if left to your own devices. Our recommendation? Grab some ice cream and hot fudge and have a Brownie Sundae Party. Just be sure to invite us, okay? Product Specifications Bake a batch of brownies in 15 minutes Makes 6 brownie bars, each 1.8 x 3.5 x 1 inches Works with any brownie mix or recipe May work with cake or cookie mix if you're willing to do some experiments in the name of Bakery Science. (Remember to eat your mistakes!) Stores vertically so it fits in small spaces Uses 25% less electricity than a conventional oven BPA-free, FDA compliant food-safe materials used throughout PTFE & PFOE free non-stick surface Dimensions: 10 x 4 x 7.9 inches
ThinkGeek
Corn Dog Factory
$26.99
Corn Dog Factory
"The greatest thing about carnivals isn't the rides. It's not the games, or the cheating carnies that con you out of your giant stuffed badger. No, the greatest thing about carnivals is the food. Oh, scoff if you must, but there's something about the funnel cake, cotton candy, and various meats on sticks that bring 'em in from miles around. For one, the cooking implements have the ancient caked-on goodness of carnivals of yore to help ""flavor"" each recipe. Blech. The other thing that keeps 'em coming is how tough it is to make funnel cake, deep-fried twinkies, or corndogs that didn't come from the freezer. Until now. The dream that came through a million years, that lived on through all the tears, has finally arrived - Making your own corndogs at home! But don't let the limits of convention stop you from trying something new! Chop up a little jalapeno into your cornmeal batter for a kick! Substitute a little buckwheat flour or maybe ground almonds in the cornmeal for some nuttiness! Or, you can do like we did in the video - make bacon corndogs, son! Food on a stick is about to go through a revolution. Making your own corndogs at home may not put those thieving carnies out of business, but at least you won't have to wait until the State Fair to get your corndog fix!"
ThinkGeek
Mini Cupcake Factory
$26.99 $17.54
Mini Cupcake Factory
"Cupcakes appeal to the geek because they're entirely made out of cake! Plus, they're teeny and cute, and, for some reason, things that are miniaturized make some of the geek girls here in the office squee with delight! One only has to look at adorable pictures of miniature horses to know the truth of this. So, in the epic battle of cake vs. cupcake, the cupcake has one point for its teenyness, if that's even a word. Another advantage the cupcake has is, due to its size, it has an extremely high crust-to-cake ratio. You know, that outer layer of extra caramelized batter that's soaked up some of the oil and has a slight give to the crumb? Nummy. Also, again - size related, the cupcake cooks in a mere 5 minutes time. So, if you include the time spent mixing and heating the cupcake pan, you're only 10 minutes away from craving to nomming delicious hot cupcakes! ThinkGeek knows you love cupcakes - mostly because we love cupcakes. Consequently, when we found this electric mini cupcake pan, we knocked over little old ladies to get at them. Each one of these little pans heats up in minutes, and cooks 7 cupcakes at a time in 5 short minutes. So you can go from craving to mixing to eating hot delicious cupcakes in less time than it takes to make five 2-minute eggs. Maybe our math is wrong? Apropos of nothing: in the UK, they're called ""fairy cakes."" Unfortunately for our british friends, though, this little guy only has a US 110v plug. Which is fine, really. More for us!"
ThinkGeek

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