If it looks a bit like the equipment you recall from your days in Chemistry Lab, that’s because Bodum has coffee-making down to a science. Their new vacuum coffee maker is designed to keep the aromatics completely intact in the glass globes as well as extracting all the oils from the beans throughout the brewing process, ensuring a technically flawless cup every time. Source
A little quick web research and you’ll soon realize that instead of Teflon coated pans, you should be cooking your meals in cast iron pans, like they did in the old days. The option of having one shaped like your favorite U.S. state completely blows the top off the nifty scale!
Instead of the standard four burner set-up, this induction cook-top from Siemens allows you to arrange pots and pans any way you want on its surface for a custom cooking configuration. Unfortunately this model still requires cleaning after you’re done making your feast. Source
This spiffy ceramic coffee mug has a handle with a trigger and a safety switch on the side. As you cruise around the office sipping your morning joe, you can silently take aim and mentally murder all your colleagues. Oh, please, you know you think about it daily. Kapow.
In the past few years pellet stoves for home heating have revolutionized the way people keep warm by burning renewables. They’re more efficient and totally sustainable. Now the Oorja stove has been developed and could spark a similar revolution. These smoke-free, biomass burning pellet stoves, developed in India for people who can’t access clean energy, can cook a meal for five using barely a fraction of the resources LP gas or wood use. They’re currently being used in homes and restaurants all over India, where they’ve proven to be nothing short of amazing.
This product is designed for tenderizing meat and that’s a good thing because real brass knuckles are outlawed in all 50 states. Fathers of teenage daughters, you probably already know this but the Knuckle Pounder could be your loophole for keeping those slimy senior boys at bay. Just answer the door with this on and he’ll know exactly where he stands.
If you’re feeling a creeping guilt about the mountain of plastic trash your K-Cup coffee maker is producing, maybe this new drip coffee maker from Bodum is the solution. It’s simple, a high-quality drip machine that features nearly boiling hot water and a stainless steel filter. Full flavor, less plastic trash; genius! Source
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just load your expensive stemware into the dishwasher and not break one every time? Now there’s the wine glass Tether to keep them intact. The little rubbery doinklet lashes your glass to the washer rack for no-break, no-hands dish washing.