you know what is plaguing today’s kitchen? clutter. that’s what. these necessary evils, including fridge, storage cabinets, dishwasher, microwave oven, cooktop et cetera, all constitutes to the clutter. however you try tidying it, it will still be clutter. that is the problem which the Stealth Kitchen by Resource Furniture aims to eliminate.
while there are coffee makers that make life a little more convenient when you needed a cup of joe, there are some connoisseurs who prefer to take the more traditional route, like dripping them over a mason jar. well, if that sounds like right up your alley, then the Pour Mason…
by the virtue of the product’s name, you should already know what the K-pod is. instead of buying a Keurig K-cup machine that adds to your kitchen clutter, the K-pod turns your existing coffee maker into a K-cup brewer.
monitor the temperature of multiple food simultaneously with the iGrill2 by iDevices. like its predecessor, the iGrill, this sleek little device now supports monitoring of temperature of up to four food via the use of probes and a free iDevices Connected app from up to 150 feet away (46 meters).
for those who practically lives off watermelon, then you probably want a specialty knife like the Kuhn Rikon Melon Knife Colori to be part of the melon life. no kidding. this is the knife that is specially designed for chopping up perfect slices of watermelon each and every time.
need a serious touch of luxury in your kitchen? well, it helps if you have the space to spare (and deep pockets too) cos’ you will be needing it to fit this lavish GE Monogram French Door Built-in Refrigerator in there. apparently, French door configuration fridge is flying up the consumer purchasing chart which, in an individualist’s
before we come across the Bonaverde Roast-Grind-Brew Coffee Machine, we never thought that our ‘fresh’ coffee really is about six-month fresh. who would have thought of that? well, except maybe for the farmer co-op and the coffee commodity trader and the coffee trader hedger and anyone in between
how many of you here remember Subbuteo? the tabletop iteration of soccer where we use our fingers to flick those tiny soccer players on half spheres around? though the modern iteration was launched in the 60s, it was still a hit in the 70s and being kids of those days, i was totally all over it, but alas, i wasn’t fortunate enough to acquire one.
contradicting to popular believe, a cold cuppa of coffee isn’t just an ice-mixed caffeinated beverage. the only way to go about getting the perfect cup of cold brew is through a complex and often expensive process of cold dripping. but that ‘complex and often expensive process’ would be things of the past – thanks to Cold Bruer Slow-Drip Coffee Maker.
avid beer drinkers would love to have a micro brewery right in their man caves, but most would settle for some home brewing kit which comes standard with a few issues. firstly, the taste of the malt might surprise you; second, it is often flat; and third, you will never get that crisp, cold brew you had at your local watering hole.