I enjoy a good fight as much as the next guy. I think they're the key to a healthy marriage and having dried food particulate caked all over the kitchen walls. To help the less adept food fighter Fred & Friends developed Zing! food launching spoons. As you can see they're spoons with a spring in the middle. Personally I have no problem getting a good launch with a regular spoon, but I studied food projectiles in middle school. You should have seen the shot I made two nights ago! I hit my wife right between the eyes with a good sized portion of tuna noodle casserole. She was pissed but acknowledged the great shot. Then she waited till I was loading the dishwasher and beat me in the skull with a meat tenderizer until I was unconscious.
Thanks to Sly, who is a craftier than a fox, for the tip
The spice gun, designed by Zhu Fei, holds three different spices and will blast them onto your food.
The Spice Gun is different from the other casters, it has more fun! When you pull the trigger it compresses the air in the air bag. The handspike will push the bottom of the... / Continue →
This is a series of anatomic kitchen tools made by Christine Chin. They're kind of gross -- LIKE ME. *tries to flick booger on floor, settles for wiping on printer*
Chin created this conceptual series to explore the intersection between biology and technology, creating big-e... / Continue →
[GW's Note: I've set the microwave on fire twice, this review is presented without commentary by my ladyfriend]
Cooking for Geeks ($22) is not your typical, boring-ass cookbook with recipes -- oh no -- it's jam-packed with scienc-y stuff! Jeff Potter takes an Alton Brown-esque... / Continue →