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Cuisinart WAF-6 6 Slice Traditional Waffle Maker
$89.95
Cuisinart WAF-6 6 Slice Traditional Waffle Maker
The Cuisinart WAF-4B 4 Slice Belgian Waffle Maker is a new spin on a classic Cuisinart favorite. Crafted with brushed stainless steel housing which is slightly flared for an elegant shape that's practical too catching drips before they hit the counter. With six shade settings indicator lights an audible ready tone and a lid that locks to ensure even baking it's hard to bake a waffle that isn't absolutely perfect.Additional information:Cool-touch handles prevent injury and accidentsLocking latch keeps the unit closed during baking ensuring even cookingNon-stick baking plates ensure easy cleanupStands on end for storage and has a cord-wrap feature for convenienceAbout CuisinartOne of the most recognized names in cookware and kitchen products Cuisinart first became popular when introduced to the public by culinary experts Julia Child and James Beard. In 1973 the Cuisinart food processor revolutionized the way we create fine food and healthy dishes and since that time Cuisinart has continued its path of innovation. Under management by the Conair Corporation since 1989 Cuisinart is a universally celebrated name in kitchens across the globe. With a full-service product line including bakeware blenders coffeemakers cookware countertop appliances kitchen tools and much much more Cuisinart products are preferred by chefs and loved by consumers for durability ease of use superior quality and style.
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Sunbeam Cupcake Maker
$73.90
Sunbeam Cupcake Maker
Perfect for kids birthday parties backyard picnics and other special occasions this adorable Sunbeam cupcake maker offers a delightful way to whip together desserts the whole family will enjoy. The unit s charming cupcake shape hints at the delicious treats it creates while its sprinkle -covered domed lid supplies a handle for convenient lifting. Inset with nonstick cooking plates the appliance bakes up to six tasty vanilla chocolate lemon or other flavored cupcakes in only 10 minutes - no more waiting for the conventional oven to heat. It can also be used to bake breakfast muffins such as blueberry apple cinnamon or banana nut. Enjoy frosting and decorating the cooled cakes or muffins with an assortment of whipped cream fondant or butter cream - and don t forget the sprinkles candies chocolate shavings or edible glitter for a dazzling finishing touch. The Sunbeam cupcake maker s red and green power/bake ready indicator lights provide added convenience while its easy-to-clean design means there s plenty of time to mix up the next batch. * Cupcake maker bakes up to 6 cupcakes in just 10 minutes. * Cupcake-shaped housing; domed lid with easy-lift handle. * Power/ready indicator lights offer added convenience. * Nonstick cooking plates for effortless cake removal and quick cleanup. * Measures 10-4/5 by 10 by 6-4/5 inches. * Easy-lift handle designed for easy and safe use
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Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
$14.99 $5.99
Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
We're going to let you inside the hallowed halls of ThinkGeek's World Domination Corporate Headquarters for a moment for a quick tour. Over here is our cloning facility where we build the genetically engineered robot monkeys that fill your packages for shipment. Down the hall there is the lead-lined bunker where the experimental tricobalt fusion reactor pumps out the terawatts of power necessary to keep the engines of commerce running in our datacenter. Around the corner there is Ted from human resources. And over here is the commissary. This is where many of our geeks take their lunch breaks where they ingest their favorite kinds of fuel. Some opt for Taun Taun steaks, others go for shredded bits of vegetation - what we call 'Salad Club.' Still others opt for bowls of colorful breakfast cereal for lunch. What? There's nothing wrong with breakfast cereal as an other-than-for-breakfast meal! Look at the side of the packaging - it's chock full of all kinds of vitamins, and where else are you going to get your RDA of yellow number six? It's, like, a daily requirement, man. Anyway, most of our geeks use highly specialized vessels in which they pour their Trix, or Captain Crunch, or Fruity Pebbles. Hans prefers upturned dinosaur fossil skulls. Christian two-fists it by pouring a mouthful of cereal followed by a gulp of soy-milk with each bite. However, we've just got in a shipment of squishy silicone bowls made to look like an artistic splash of milk frozen into a concave shape. Perfectly suitable for a giant bowl of Peanut Butter Bumpers. Moving on - we're walking, we're walking. And here's the end of our tour! Make sure you visit the gift shop on your way out!
ThinkGeek
Click n Cook
$34.99
Click n Cook
"Every kitchen has an organization system for eating utensils. There's that boxy thing that goes in the utensil drawer and it has compartments for forks, spoons, knives, and other nomming devices. But when it comes to cooking utensils, it's a bit of a free-for-all. Maybe you have a big ceramic jar with serving spoons, spatulas, and salad tongs sproinging out of it. Or you have a colorful basket full of can openers, cheese graters, and corkscrews. Whatever your ""system"" of ""organizing"" your cooking implements, it's hardly organized. Or a system. But with the Click n Cook, digging around for the right cooking utensil is a thing of the past. Click n Cook is a modular spatula system that keeps all your essential utensils in one easy place. The set features a stainless steel storage block, a sturdy ergonomic handle, and five detachable spatula heads: a classic flat spatula, a long and flexible slotted spatula for cooking fish, an extra-wide slotted spatula for when you can has cheezburger, a flexible mixer for mixing brownie batter, and a slotted spoon for stirring pasta. Just snap the attachment into the handle, cook up a storm and release with a click of a button when you’re done. Organizing your cooking supplies has never been easier!"
ThinkGeek

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