Resource Furniture’s Stealth Kitchen is a modular and highly customizable cabinet that conceals kitchen appliances and storage. Its available in a variety of sizes as well as wood and lacquer finishes to make it blend in your home.
The hipster’s favorite kitchen appliance. Chris Dimino turned a 60s Coronamatic typewriter into a waffle iron with a keyboard pattern. Chris made it back in 2001, but he said he’s going to sell a few functional units soon.
Pop Chart Lab screen printed its Cartography of Kitchenware on a natural canvas apron. The result is a poster of over 200 kitchen tools, machines and more that’s more useful and affordable than the original.
The Smart Grill is a voice-activated grill that adjusts its settings based on what you’re cooking, helping you through voice prompts. But it does have a manual mode for grilling pros. Consumer Reports says it will be out in 2015 for ~$7,000.
Gourmands might enjoy a Try The World subscription; a beautiful box, resplendent in authentic cultural items, hard to procure gourmet products and other surprises from around the globe, is delivered to your door every 60 days.
Pollen Design’s Evak is a set of glass containers designed to keep food, spices and other edibles fresh. It has two valves that let it force air out when you push the lid yet makes it easy to pull the lid out.
Su Chef is a recipe finder for iOS devices. It lets you search for recipes based on ingredients that you already have. You can also filter recipes based on allergies, country and more. The app in the demo video is an old version.
Fred & Friends wants its eggs done funny side up. Its silicone rubber mold lets you turn two eggs into one toothy skull. They’ll go well with your Pirate Pancakes. Fred & Friends also has an owl egg mold. Both drop 10/28/13.
Make quick work of meats, vegetables and fruit – and look cool doing it – with these modern, carbonized ceramic chefs knives designed by Christian Bird for Egde of Belgravia. They’re on sale through 9/5/13 on Touch of Modern.
Make quick work of fruits, veggies, loaves and meats with this set of kitchen knives designed to mimic a set of miniature samurai blades. Includes bread, chef’s meat carver, utility, and paring knives, sheaths and a matching stand.
There aren’t a lot of thing we’d recommend sticking in the mouth of a shark, but we fully endorse the insertion of knives into the mouth of this clever sharpener from Propaganda. They should rename this shark “Toothless” though.
Save space and cook more with Kenmore’s 2-in-1 oven. The microwave oven has 6 one-touch settings, while the pizza oven has 4 one-touch settings to cook ready-made pizza. You can’t use both at the same time though.
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.
Add a dash of life and humor to your meals with Manga Plates. Made by Comicalu, the plates look like frames from a Japanese comic book, complete with sketches that accentuate food. More on Comicalu’s online shop.
Using the power of the sun, the SolSource can grill, boil, steam, fry and bake food as fast as or even faster than conventional stoves and grills. Under maximum sunlight, its highly reflective plastic panels can heat food up to 1,000ºC.
The Kitchen Safe will help you fight your cravings and curtail your bad habits. Store food, gadgets, cigarettes and more then keep the lid locked for up to 10 days. The clear container is rubbing it in though. It’s like it’s mocking you.
Execute operation BBQ with this bad ass apron. It uses the MOLLE system to help you carry all the provisions you need to grill. It has a variety of pouches, utility loops and pockets, plus removable velcro patches at the front and back.
Betabrand presents the most patriotic cookwear you’ll ever see. The Caperon is a star-spangled apron with a cape. It also has a spacious front pocket and a utensil holster. The perfect costume for whoever wields this spatula.
A unique food delivery service for New Yorkers. Pick a recipe from their site and they’ll send you the fresh ingredients and an instructional video. For every order, Chefday will donate the same meal to Food Bank for NYC.
Made by Joseph Sandor, the Pirate Pancake Griddle is a cast-iron mold with a skull & crossbones design. Makes three 5″ pancakes per batch. The griddle can also be used to fry other food. Plus, blueberry eyeballs.
The beer lovers’ fridge. Elvira Stoveworks’ Northstar refrigerators not only have a cool 1950s design, they can also be equipped with a draft system, including a beer tap, a CO2 cylinder and a keg. Beer sold separately.