Let’s go ahead and raise our next margarita glass to toast the fine gusanos who gave their lives to produce the sal de gusano (aka Worm Tequila Salt) on the rim. Made only of worms, rock salt and chili.
Another one of ThinkGeek’s April Fool’s jokes will soon be an actual product. Make lightsaber ice pops with the force of your fridge and these molds. The hilts – 2 Vader and 2 Luke – have built-in LEDs.
Be the sensei of sandwich with Fusionbrands’ SpoonSpreader. Its folded position is perfect for scooping jam, jelly, butter etc. while its flat unfolded state is just the thing for spreading.
We always thought you were supposed to just pick it up and start gnawing on it, but watermelon expert Tom Willett explains precisely the right way to eat one. And don’t you dare use a fork!
Want to grow your own fresh herbs without the benefit of a perfect outdoor climate? This fully-automated appliance hydroponically grows plants year-round in the comfort of your kitchen.
A pair of snow globes for all
seasons seasonings. GamaGo’s bear-filled salt and pepper shakers are decorative and practical. The transparent globes make it easier to see if you need to refill them.
Now you can have your pics and eat ‘em too. Founded by Rae Vittorelli, Cocoagraph makes realistic Polaroid-style chocolate versions of photographs. Available in life size and bite size.