Thanks to Portal(s), the Companion Cube can be found everywhere now. There was even a Companion Cube sighting in NYC. However, while that may be all fine and good for fans of the video game, all that really matters is being able to find the Companion Cube where you most want it: on your kitchen… Continue reading Portal Companion Cube Cookie Jar
Untold numbers of gingerbread men sacrifice themselves starting around this time of year. All they ask is for a little recognition. So, please people, if you are going to be making gingerbread cookies, do so with these Fred and Friends Gingerdead Men Cookie Cutter/Stamps. The cookie cutters impress upon the gingerbread the proper and anatomically-correct… Continue reading March Of The Gingerdead Men
These Spider-Man Comic Book Cookie Cutters do more than just cut cookies into rectangles. Included in the set–along with the necessary rectangle-cutter–are stamps to be used to press designs directly into the cookies. Follow along with icing, and you got yourself a comic book cookie–no drawing skills necessary.
Cookies come in all shapes, sizes and flavors, but a little known fact is the best cookies are chicken cookies. You see, it is scientifically-proven (*) that the chicken shape is essential for even browning and actually makes the cookie taste more delicious (**). To achieve this wondrous end result, one must start with what… Continue reading The Chicken Cookie Comes First
The Daisy Do Vintage 1970's Style Owl Cookie Jar has a question that everybody likes to hear: Who wants a cookie? Don’t worry, this owl doesn’t only give out cookies from the 70s. Product Description This Owl Cookie Jar is simply wonderful! The colors are so bright and so very 1970’s – in turquoise, orange,… Continue reading Owl Asks Who Wants A Cookie
Yes, technically all eyeballs are edible (or so they say). But these Wilton Candy Eyeballs are certainly much sweeter. Sold in a pack 56, the sugar eyes are meant for decorating cakes, cookies and other sweet treats. So they probably won’t mind being plucked out (of frosting).