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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
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All Edges Lasagna Pan
$49.99 $26.99
All Edges Lasagna Pan
Being science minded folks we love a sense of order to everything and anything. For some of us, our need for order extends to food. Sure it's going to be all together in the stomach, but why hurry that process? Lasagna is one of those things that never cooperates with us, though. It's all off doing its own thing, sliding around like tasty cheese and tomato sauce and noodles do. Enter the All Edges Lasagna Pan , our new ally in food order! The All Edges Lasagna Pan is constructed of awesome hard-anodized cast aluminum, a virtual super hero of the baking world. The winding walls make for faster more even cooking, and the premium grade non-stick coating is built to withstand all the cheese you can throw at it. The best part is that the interior of the pan is built so that each section snugly fits one standard lasagna noodle, and the walls create support for the architectural food masterpiece. Your lasagna, and the stars, will be in perfect alignment!
ThinkGeek
Kitchenaid KG303OB Multi Slicer
$72.32
Kitchenaid KG303OB Multi Slicer
Now you can have matchstick julienne carrots or cheese a sectioned and cored apple or a pile of neatly cut French fries in no time at all. This multi slicer features oversized non-slip handles and three slicer inserts. All you do is load the insert of choice and snap it securely to the bottom of the slicer housing place food on a cutting board and apply downward pressure to the handles of the slicer to push it through the food. Two-handed plastic slicer. Three stainless-steel inserts for coring fruit or cutting thick or thin sticks. Comfortable Santoprene no-slip handles. Dishwasher-safe inserts. Compact for storage.
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Origami Colander
$19.99
Origami Colander
The problem with most food is that it either grows out of dirt, or it poops. Sorry to be so graphic, but it's true. Whether your food is of the dirt-growing variety or excretes solid waste, you're going to want to make sure it's clean before you eat it. Back in olden times, you know - before the XBox - ancient man would rinse their food in the local stream (ignoring what Grog was doing in the stream just a few feet away). They would hold as much broccoli in their hands as they could. Back then, ridiculously huge hands was a good survival trait as you could wash more produce at one go. Now we've got colanders - bowls with holes drilled in them - that can hold a bunch of veggies at once, and let the water drain out. Due to their geometry, colanders take up a lot of space in your kitchen cabinet. Sure, you can find ways to store them so that they take up less space - try wearing it as a hat! I'd rather use a colander that folds. Yeah, you heard right - this colander folds! Dishwasher safe, hacker black and awesome - evolve and wash your veggies.
ThinkGeek
Tea Matter Melodic Tea Strainer Set by Alessi
$142.00
Tea Matter Melodic Tea Strainer Set by Alessi
For the bird lover, tea lover, great design lover...The Alessi Tea Matter Melodic Tea Strainer Set incorporates the beauty of nature with contemporary art in a fashionable stainless steel tea strainer set perfect for the modern kitchen. Designed by Alan Chan as an articulated piece that encourages communication and defines the cultural atmosphere of the space in which it is placed. Alessi, known as the Italian design factory, has manufactured household products since 1921. The stylish and fun items offered are the result of contemporary partnerships with some of the world's best designers of unique and modern home accessories.
Lumens
Lenox Butterfly Meadow Turtle Salt and Pepper
$29.00 $19.95
Lenox Butterfly Meadow Turtle Salt and Pepper
Crafted of fine porcelain in white. Well sculpted turtle shakers for salt and pepper. Mix-and-match butterfly and floral motif. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Measures 2 in. high. Cute and functional at the same time, the Lenox Butterfly Meadow Turtle Salt and Pepper set comes with two turtles. One sculpted turtle is on its back, and the other has a pink butterfly on its shell. Together, they make an adorable table accessory and a unique hostess gift, too.
Hayneedle.com
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
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
Ice Straws
$17.99 $13.99
Ice Straws
It's rumored that the first drinking straws were cut from dried wheat shaffs. But as our technology evolved, we moved on to better materials. Whoops! Okay, not at first. Wax-coated paper straws were pretty fail for long-term drinking. We eventually got things right with plastic straws and bendy straws. Oooh, and super fat bubble tea straws for sucking up giant tapioca beads. But as usual, we didn't think of the consequences: landfills full of red and white plastic straws, piles of refuse looking like giant porcupines. Save the planet and have cooler drinks with Ice Straws! The mold is made of food-grade silicone rubber and will quickly make six 8-inch straws of whatever liquid you like. Of course, we don't have to remind you, dear fans of chemistry, that alcohol doesn't freeze too well. We recommend water or juices to make the best frozen straws. Pop them out of the mold and into your drink and you'll have the coolest meltable straw on the block.
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
Dorothy Apron
$40.00
Dorothy Apron
Spice and entice in and out of the kitchen! No housewife will feel desperate with these glamour girl, vintage-inspired apron and matching glove sets. Gift-giving has never been more fun for hostess gifts, bridal showers, holidays or for simply indulging yourself. just because! Designed and produced exclusively by Carolyn West in Los Angeles, California, Carolyn's Kitchen aprons and glove sets are fun, sexy and all about feeling glamorous. Carolyn's apron and glove sets have been featured
Manhattanite