UTILO Tea and Coffee Measure by Blomus
For a truly great cup of coffee or tea, the Blomus UTILO Tea and Coffee Measure measures out coffee beans and grounds and loose leaf tea with accuracy and fluid style. Made of stainless steel, with the handle molded to mirror the shape of the bowl. Part of the Blomus UTILO kitchen collection. Blomus, headquartered in Germany, specializes in the design and manufacture of beautifully engineered home and office accessories in modern stainless steel styles.
KITCHEN CART NATURAL/WHITE
Coaster realizes the importance of your home, which is why they have an endless variety of furniture in countless styles and designs. Crafted from solid rubberwood, this kitchen cart features a butcher block for easy food preparation. With a towel rack, wine bottle holders on the lowest shelf, a hanging stemware rack, and casters for mobility, this kitchen cart is a stylish solution for a kitchen or a casual dining area. Easy assembly is required. Accessories are not included. Dimensions: 25.5 L x 17.75 W x 35.5 H Weight: 46.852 lbs.
Das Boot Beer Glass
But how could we pass up the opportunity to share the miracle of a 92 oz. beer glass? Really, this monster holds 2.72076 liters of your favorite beverage (or pudding for that matter). Given that introduction, it should come as no surprise that Mike K., the star of Shirt Plate, brought this product to our attention. Setting the obvious jokes aside, friends, neighbors, and small pets will be amazed by the sheer volume of material this glass will hold...
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
Unless you're ingesting only pure rainwater and distilled pure grain alcohol, you're ingesting poison. That's right, Mandrake. Just like the global communist conspiracy, anything you drink will infiltrate and corrupt from within. That's why we're strong believers in total commitment. As long as you're going to drink poison, you may as well make sure your drinking vessel of choice makes it look the part. Sure, we all have hard jobs - Ice-cream Fluoridation Administrator, Director of Survival Mineshafts, Nuclear Rodeo Cowboy - but at the end of the day, we could all use a drink, amirite? So grab your highball, and pour yourself a nice tall glass of something tasty. Oh, and if you can make it green and slightly radioactive, even better. These glasses look the part, alright. Each set of two glasses look like little 55 gallon drums except they're just twelve ounces, and they're made of borosilicate glass. Still, with the nuclear hazard logo etched in the side, and filled with some sort of green luminescent liquid on-the-rocks, they're guaranteed to be the hit of the party.
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.
Cooking for Geeks Cookbook
Are you the innovative type, the cook who marches to a different drummer? Are you used to expressing your creativity instead of just following recipes? Are you interested in the science behind what happens to food while it's cooking? Do you want to learn what makes a recipe work so you can improvise and create your own unique dish? Do you enjoy paragraphs made only of questions? Read on, then? Cooking for Geeks is more than just a cookbook...
Dropp Bowl by Menu
Action suspended. The Menu Dropp Bowl is an intriguing alternative to conventional bowls, originating from the image of a splash of paint frozen in time. Dropp has a smooth, shiny inside and a matte outside. 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.
HomeImage Non-stick Party Indoor Grill
HomeImage HI-7135 Indoor Grill - Non-stick Grill Pan, Optional Termostat