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Assam Glass Teapot by Bodum? 4 cup
$39.95
Assam Glass Teapot by Bodum? 4 cup
A modern twist on the traditional teapot, the Assam Glass Tea Pot is made from durable, heat-resistant and dishwasher-safe borosilicate glass and features Bodum's innovative tea press system. Its durable stainless steel filter and dual plunger/lid make it perfect for brewing up to 4 (8 fl oz) cups of loose-leaf tea. Just add hot water, brew to your liking, and then press down on the plunger. The press compresses the tea leaves below the infusion holes in the strainer, completely stopping the brewing process so you don't end up with over-brewed, bitter tea. There's no need to remove the filter, and there's no mess. Beautiful.
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Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
$74.99 $49.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
We assume that the TARDIS probably has a kitchen in it somewhere, created at the behest of a companion, of course. It's pretty rare that we see the Doctor sitting down to a meal, unless he's assessing the palate of his new incarnation. Fish fingers and custard FTW! You may not be a companion (yet!) but that doesn't mean the TARDIS can't land in your home, office, or home office. The Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge holds a six-pack of 12-ounce cans, so you'll always have a cold drink close at hand...
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USB Heated Blanket
$24.99
USB Heated Blanket
"There are very few things in the universe that are better when they are cold. Among these are Revenge, Balrog, and overclocked processors. Most other things suck when they're cold - most notably you! That chill you get can't be warmed adequately with sweaters, stiff drinks or warm intentions! You need direct application of heat! If you work in an office environment, you've probably encountered the dreaded office-manager - that jerk that tells you it's ""against policy"" to have space heaters in your cube, but won't do anything to raise the temperature in the office. What does he think you're going to do, burn the whole building down? How do you keep from shivering to death? What you need is an electric blanket that won't draw the ire of that office-manager jerk. Hey, your computer spits out power out of those USB ports! Why not use them? Plug in our USB Heated Lap-Blanket to two spare USB ports, and spread it out on your lap. Suddenly, it's like Ebenezer put another lump of coal on the fire! Is it a Christmas miracle? Perhaps. All you know is you're toasty warm, and you didn't have to set the building on fire to do it!"
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Knowledge in the Brain Bookends by Menu
$199.95
Knowledge in the Brain Bookends by Menu
Designer Karim Rashid used his own head as the model for the Menu Knowledge in the Brain Bookends, creating a unique set that makes a contemporary statement in any modern home. Made of rubber-coated stone resin and available in Black and Gold color combination. Menu, headquartered in Denmark, partners with designers to develop and produce a broad assortment of Scandinavian living accessories for the dining room, living room, kitchen, and garden.
Lumens
Crock-Pot Triple Dipper - Black
$67.99 $49.99
Crock-Pot Triple Dipper - Black
Find slow cookers at Target.com! Keep your food warm with the crock-pot triple dripper. It has 3 stoneware warmers with lids to hold dips, vegetables, meat, crackers and more. There's also space for party essentials like silverware and toothpicks. Each warmer has a 1-quart capacity with individual temperature controls, and the warmers are removable for easy cleaning. This crock-pot slow cooker has a spinning lazy susan base� for quick and easy access to its contents.� you can even take it on the road, thanks to a travel lid� designed to reduce spills and double as a serving bowl. This electric crock-pot has stay-cool handles that also offer a comfortable grip. All the...
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Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers
$9.99 $7.49
Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers
"Relaxing at the space station's bar, you order the house special and are presented with a glowing blue drink. At the bottom of the glass you see something; and it appears to be moving. You can't quite tell if it's a flower from a far off world dancing in the carbonation, or the tentacles of some creature waiting patiently to make you its repast. The barkeep assures you it's safe. ""It's just an Edible Wild Hibiscus Flower,"" he says, ""suck it down . . . if you dare!"" And you should dare, because Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers might look like baby Cthulhu, but they are magically delicious. Tasting a little bit like raspberry (and a little bit like something not of this world), they make an incredible garnish on or in any dish you create. But the real beauty (as you can tell by the pictures) is enhancing your inebriating beverages. They make your martini extra exotic and add an unheard of layer of romance to a glass of champagne. Or you can just pull some Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers out of the jar and pretend you are eating alien anemones before they eat you. Because you never know . . . they just might try!"
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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!"
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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"""
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