A butterfly knife may make a great presentation when it gets whipped out, but you can’t eat anything with it. (Plus, a fast-moving blade lends itself a little too well to nicks and cuts.) But finally, there is a way to combine eating with snazzy utensil moves. The Azan Training Practice Harmless Butterfly Fork offers… Continue reading Behold, The Butterfly Fork!
I would order Domino’s Japan just to get it delivered in an R2-D2 box. Throw in some lightsaber utensils and I’d order it again to make sure I could get both the fork and the spoon (a spoon??). But eat Domino’s and watch Star Wars Episode One The Phantom Menace? Well, let’s not get ahead… Continue reading Domino’s Japan Star Wars Pizza Promo
Move over pulled pork and shredded chicken, there’s a new name in town. And that name is Meatrake MR2 BBQ Tool. Might one get the same results from using two forks? Maybe. But then that wouldn’t be Meatrake. Meatraked pork. Mmmm. Meatraked chicken. Mmmm. Meatrake. Meat. Rake. Two words that finally go together. Like vinegary… Continue reading Meatrake Pulled Pork
Usually one tries to not mix dirty utensils with clean ones. Ah, but rules are meant to be broken. Hey, those bent forks and ugly spoons need a place to go, don’t they? At least the Sterling Home Utensil Holder thinks so. The little utensil vase features fused flatware used in a decorative manner, but… Continue reading Sterling Home Utensil Holder
A sifter is an important kitchen tool to have hanging around. However, they usually don’t do too well for the smaller jobs; they are just too bulky. Even fine mesh strainers are too big when it comes to dong fine detail. That’s where The Spifter comes in. Perfectly sized for sifting sugar, herbs and spices,… Continue reading Spoon Meets Sifter: The Spifter
Kitchen countertops are quite useful; they manage to hold up all sorts of things: toasters, plates, utensils, cats. Which is exactly the problem: they are busy little surfaces and as such are not the most cleanliest of places. Yet, while cooking we often end up using the countertop as a place to set down utensils.… Continue reading Spoon Rest Grows Up To Be Spatula Rest