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Optimistic cooling rack will always be half empty

Expandable Cookie Cooling Rack

While I appreciate the enthusiasm of this Expandable Cookie Cooling Rack, I just don’t know if I actually see it being used to its full potential. Utilizing a space-saving design when not in use, the telescoping steel surface slides out to reveal two additional cooling racks. Starting at a measurement of 14-inches by 13.75-inches, with a height of 1.5-inches, the cooling rack may provide plenty of room to cool cookies and other baked goods, but chances are those additional racks will never get a chance to know the sweet delight of a sugary touch. At least around these parts, freshly baked cookies hot out of the oven simply don’t last that long.

August 19, 2009   No Comments

Eat your way through the eventual robot uprising


The obligatory war with our eventual robot overlords will not be as distasteful as once thought. In fact, quite the opposite: it will be delicious. The Robot Twist And Press Cookie Cutter twists and turns allowing for dozens of robot configurations. The rotating top, middle and bottom sections each feature a corresponding robot part, letting you assemble the exact robot you want. With an army of robots reduced to cookie form, it’s a win-win situation. We get to earn our freedom and eat cookies at the same time.

July 8, 2009   No Comments

Batter Finger: It’s pointing! It’s pointing!

Batter Finger

Sometimes it’s not rude to point. Offering a friend or little one the chance to scrape the bowl after mixing up a batch of deliciousness definitely qualifies. The Batter Finger makes making cookies, cake and brownies even more fun. The opportunity to share never tasted so good.

The finger-shaped spatula features a long handle and flexible silicone end for easy use when creating sweet treats. Narrower than traditional spatulas, the Batter Finger can also be used to scrape out the last bit of peanut butter from the jar. Perfect, because doesn’t a peanut butter brownie sound really good just about now?

April 27, 2009   1 Comment