The Egg-o-matic Skull Egg Mold turns a boiled egg into a fearsome grinning skull, available in ThinkGeek. "... basically you boil a large egg, peel it, squash it into the mold, cool it, and voila. One grinning skull, ready to be chomped. "
The Apron Guide from suckUK. "Stay clean while reading all the cooking information you need. The Waist Apron Cooking Guide is full of useful information, including: numeric conversions, cooking times, freezing instructions, defrosting times, a cooking glossary and more! "
Slice & Serve($24) is a clever bread and cheese board by Joseph Joseph. "It comprises a high-quality beech board that sits insides a smart melamine tray with a removable condiment dish to perform several functions. One side of the board is for bread, with handy crumb-catching grooves cut into the surface. Bread can be cut and served at the table, with butter or oil in the integrated condiment dish. The reverse of the board is flat and ideal for serving foods such as cheese and fruit with pickles or chutney in the dish. "
Check out this cool Nostalgia Electrics FTW200 2-in-1 Breakfast Treats Maker($32), which comes with interchangeable nonstick cooking plates that allow you to make five waffle or French toast sticks on a stick per batch. It can even be used to make pancake sticks and breakfast bars as well and includes 25 bamboo sticks to get you started
The Cylindra Spice Rack($15) is a pretty spice rack. "A modular spice rack that can be freely placed on any counter or mounted on the wall, its petridish-like cover allows you to load spices cleanly or pinch as you like. A movable band in the middle slides smoothly to sprinkle a bit–or a lot–of flavour, as you place your cylinder on its perimeter."
From the website: •••••••••••••••••••••••• Features and Details: • Fingers on hand move into various positions • Ceramic grinding mechanism • Can be used for salt or pepper • No two are alike: wood grains will differ •••••••••••••••••••••••• $94.95.
Rassen chopsticks by Japan's Nendo and Hashikura Matsukan are a pair of chopsticks as a single unit, which can be separated into two for eating. The utensils were created using a multi-axis CNC mill to achieve the twisting form.
Lime Pocket is by Nendo is a little jacket for a slice of citrus — an accessory made for adding a twist of lemon or lime to gin-based drinks. It is desined to keep fingers clean and dry when squeezing a spritz of juice to a cocktail. The pocket can also be easily hung on the edge of one's glass. as a response to the difficulties of advertising the spirits that are used in a cocktail.
Instead of "Pass the salt" to spice up food, say "Lend a hand". These handmae beech wood salt and pepper mills ($60) are inspired by the manikins artists with fully articulated and jointed fingers, and a ceramic grinding mechanism.