Anyone who have used a pair of chopsticks will know how versatile it is. However, no one knew that it could fun too as demonstrated by ChopChucks. You heard that right. Fun. Chopsticks.
We rarely do cutting board aka chopping board. But when we do, you know it is either Star Wars-related, or crazy cool and fun, or exceptionally functional. Well, latter is what TidyBoard Bamboo Cutting Board is.
Have you ever seen Han Solo or Chewbacca cooked onboard the Millennium Falcon? I don’t they ever did. Anyways, if they did, I am sure Han would be proud to be using the Millennium Falcon Wooden Cutting Board.
For a chef who demands the best in cutting and slicing, there is certainly no lack of options. But for a chef who also demands style and reliability in performance, there is the Porsche Design Universal Kitchen Knife.
What you see here is a custom Hattori Hanzo Cutting Board by Brother in Wood, aka Broinwood. Yes. It is a wooden cutting board/butcher block, and it is also a crazy work of art. Honestly, I cannot imagine whoever ordered this custom cutting board would bear to put a knife on it.
You are not seeing things. What you see before you is a giant-ass pepper grinder, aka pepper mill, from Peugeot. Yes. That Peugeot. Apparently, this more-than-a-century-old company started out making coffee mills and bicycles.
Tupperware party is still somewhat a thing. However, the TuppSoho is not a fancy name for a Tupperware party. In fact, it is not a party at all. It is a limited time, pop-up store – the first pop-up location in its 70+ years of existence.
For those who are serious about cooking, you may want to check out this chef-grade kitchen knives called TheChefClub Powder Steel Kitchen Knives. Made from Matrix powder steel, a process pioneered by NASA, these kitchen knives provide a perfect balance between strength and durability.
Tofu. The soy-based food is best known for its tenderness. It is so soft that even a person without teeth could eat it. Having said that, it is hard to imagine this Asia popular food could be shaped, sharpened and formed into a fully functioning kitchen knife.
Obviously, the Sith Lord himself, Darth Vader, doesn’t drink tea. In fact, he does not even ingest solid food. His life is dependant on the life-support armor that feeds his body with nutrient fluids. And so, clearly, this man needs no kettle, even it is one that is designed to look like his iconic helmet, …