Shark Bite Oven Mitt

Posted on March 20, 2011 Under Design

I need these Shark Bite Oven Mitts to remind me of the shark dive I did in Sydney. Except I didn't put my hand in the sharks mouth, thankfully. Via Foodbeast

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Bodum Colorful Toasters

Posted on August 25, 2009 Under Gadgetry

First it was candy-colored iPods, then Dell came up with a line of Willy Wonka inspired laptops, and now Bodum (who also made my French press) has a line of cheeky toasters. For those who believe that they have enough…

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Neolithic Knives

Posted on July 17, 2009 Under Design

The tools we use in our every day lives have come a long way since the time of early man. Jagged rocks fashioned into crude shapes and surfaces ideal for jabbing into fleshy substances just don't seem like they would…

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Get Your Grill On

Posted on April 22, 2008 Under Food

Warm weather means more than shorts, t-shirts, and flip also means it's time to brush off that grill and start bbq-ing. Whether you're a carnivore, herbivore, or omnivore, you're going to need more than just fire and coal to…

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Top Secret Recipes

Posted on January 17, 2008 Under Food

We know you love swinging by your local neighborhood chain restaurant for both the ambiance and the quality eats, but sometimes dining out can get a tad bit pricy. If only you could employ your own skillet skills to serve…

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Who Wants What: Grace Bonney

Posted on December 10, 2007 Under Design

Design*Sponge is almost consistently the first site I go to in my newsreader; Grace is such a fantastic resource, gracious writer and all-around sweetheart...that's why we hope she gets everything on her wishlist this season: Painting by Clare Grill: I'm…

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iFoods TV

Posted on October 24, 2007 Under Food

Are you sitting at home, wondering whether you should order in from the Mexican place around the corner run by a Chinese family, or the Chinese place run by a Mexican family down the block? If so, why not eat…

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1080 Recipes

Posted on October 16, 2007 Under Books

The closing of Barca 18 in Manhattan earlier this year left me a little saddened and, not surprisingly, craving the salt cod fritters and ham croquettes that once graced their menu; I can't really decide if it was because of…

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New, Hot Fuego: Modular

Posted on June 25, 2007 Under Food

Being that I live in Manhattan and have no backyard to speak of, I tend to get a little of the summertime blues, reminiscing about grilling outside. With the 4th of July just around the corner and families all over…

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TSP Spices

Posted on June 5, 2007 Under Food

Organic spices in nice packaging? I'm sold. Especially with tsp spices flavor set, Sweet Heat, which is a duo of ancho chile pepper and Saigon cinnamon (no surprise there "“ my favorite latte of the month is made with chiles…

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