Deals on products Michael Jordan likes
1 deal available
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.
$13.99 $17.99 (- 22%)
USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
The shared refrigerator in your office cools a lot of stuff. Food, science experiments once known as food, and your secret stash... of drinks. But you never want an entire case of soda at once. You just need one can. Plug in this small single-can beverage cooler/warmer into a USB port and keep a can on your desk for when you really need it. The LED Beverage Cooler is retro styled and has a small blue LED inside. So add a little style to your desk and keep your drink cold at the same time...
1 deal available
The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook
"""Here's some advice. Stay alive. "" - Haymitch Abernathy When it comes to ""The Hunger Games, "" staying alive means finding food any way possible. Katniss and Gale hunt live game, Peeta's family survives on the bread they make, and the inhabitants of the Seam work twelve-hour days for a few handfuls of grain. While the residents of the Capitol gorge themselves on delicacies and desserts to their hearts' desire. And now you can share in some of these delicacies with The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook. For the first time, you will be able to create delicious recipes from the humble District 12 to the extravagant Capitol, including: French Bread from the Mellark Family Bakery Katniss' Favorite Lamb Stew with Dried Plums Rue's Roasted Parsnips Gale's Bone-Pickin' Big Game Soup Capitol-Grade Dark Chocolate Cake If you're starving (get it?!?) for more from Katniss, Peeta, and Gale, this cookbook is sure to whet your appetite! And the recipes in The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook really are delicious. Our T-Shirt Guru made the lamb stew, and it was to die for. Or, rather, to kill others in mortal combat for."
$14.99 $18.99 (- 21%)
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!"
If you're like most geeks, your work environment can be a depressing and sterile place. Designed to crush your soul to squeeze the last few ergs of energy out of each and every wageslave, grey walls, grey carpeting, and anemic flickering fluorescent lighting all combine into something truly evil. Unfortunately, you've got bills to pay, so you punch in every morning and punch out every night feeling a little more dead with each passing day...