While we’re not sure it deserves hooting, hollering and applause, we are definitely going to try this guy’s method for opening our next bag of snacks. Though it’s probably not a good idea if you have a big bag you want to reseal.
Being good in the kitchen is always a plus. So is being spontaneous. Put the two together with the Foodie Dice. With 186,000 combinations, you’re bound to come up with something new to cook even after a few re-rolls.
Sauces and condiments with unlikely and bold flavor profiles, ranging from marshmallow smoke ketchup to tobacco moonshine BBQ to rootbeer pickle hot relish. For those days when you’re looking to go off the board.
We like to think we’ve got the whole chopstick thing down to a science. And we pick up our sushi with our fingers. But for those of you who must eat à la Américain, these combo utensils should help you eat (and cheat) just fine.
CerealBoxes is a hilarious collection of cereals meticulously preserved and framed as if they were jewelry or ancient insects. We love the tongue-in-cheek descriptions for each “specimen box.” Sadly the prices are a joke as well.
Watch as this chef pulls off some serious combo moves on a couple of orders of shawarma. Fortunately, Sub-Zero isn’t there to freeze him out. Oh, and we’re craving Middle Eastern food for lunch now. (Thanks Terrence!)
Grace and I’s Fruit + Nut Press is similar to a fig loaf, but without dairy, flour or added sugar. It comes in a gift-ready package with its own wooden cutting board. Available in four flavors.
A patent-pending design for a food and condiment jar. Jar~with~a~Twist works like the containers for deodorant sticks and lipsticks. Use the knob at the bottom to raise its floor up to make it easier to access its yummy contents.
The GoCan Drainer is a strainer for separating liquids from canned food by simply clipping on the side of an opened can. Of course you can puncture holes in the can’s lid to achieve the same effect, but this is more convenient.