Tag Archives: Kitchenware

Origami Cutting Board Turns into A Colander And Strainer In A Second

Thinking of reducing your kitchen’s clutter? I know right, who wouldn’t? If that’s what you desire, you may want to start with Oriboard. Designed by French designer Yannick Hesch, this origami-like kitchenware lets you cut, collect, rinse, drain and pour the ingredients straight into the frying pan – all from a single innovative kitchen gadget. Thanks to its innovative folding design, it can transform from a cutting board, AKA chop board, into a colander that holds the ingredients for rinsing and draining of water, so the ingredients can go direct from preparation to the pan. Continue reading Origami Cutting Board Turns into A Colander And Strainer In A Second

Edge of Belgravia’s Latest Kitchen Knives – No Two Blades Are The Same

Remember Edge of Belgravia, the purveyor of intricate and expertly crafted kitchen knives? Well, if you believe that chef knives are more than mere pieces of sharpened steel, then you will be glad to know that the UK kitchen knife maker has a new set of knives to please the connoisseur in you. Called Kuroi Hana Japanese Knife Collection, they are, as hinted by the product name, fusion of two cultures: the meticulous craftsmanship of British chef knife designer/maker, and the supreme quality of Japanese steel known as AUS-10 that boasts a hardness range of 58-60 HRC, promising to delivery superior toughness, sharpness and good corrosion resistance. Continue reading Edge of Belgravia’s Latest Kitchen Knives – No Two Blades Are The Same

Cookie Box That Can Only Be Opened By Two Person Is So National Treasure

This is a Cookie Box and it could very well be a Da Vinci worthy creation. Why? Because, unlike the cookie jars you know, this box has a complex mechanism that needs a little team work, unless you’re born with three hands, to reveal the precious treats stashed within. About the third hand… it means you need another willing person and no, that one in the middle, to the south, doesn’t count. It need digits to work the magic. Continue reading Cookie Box That Can Only Be Opened By Two Person Is So National Treasure

If You Want A Perfect Joe, Then You Will Want This High-tech Kettle

Some say the best coffee brewing temperature for water is at 205F or 95 Celsius. Knowing the temperature is one thing, but how you get that exact temperature and maintain it for the pour is another thing. That’s not to mention the all-important pour ritual that will also effect the taste of the coffee. A master brewer with the right machine could pull it off, but for everyone else, there’s the Stagg EKG Electric Pour-over Kettle by Fellow. Building upon the company’s Stagg Pour-over Kettle, EKG is essentially the electric version, or if you like, a Stagg on steroid. Continue reading If You Want A Perfect Joe, Then You Will Want This High-tech Kettle

This Stovetop Pizza Oven Lets You Make Pizzeria-Quality Pizzas In Minutes

If you have a thing for crafting your own pizzas and do not own an oven, here’s a nifty kitchenware called Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven that will let make your own Italian pie. Brought to you by the same folks who designed the portable pizza oven, this a mouthful product has no burner or whatsoever, but relies on your existing stovetop to get the heat it requires to cook a delicious pizza. A Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven cooks one pizza at a time and it is designed to reach heat of over 600F, so you can fill your stomach sooner – like in a matter of minutes. Though it is worthy to note that “matter of minutes” also depends on the power of your stovetop. The higher the BTU of your stove, the quicker it gets preheated and ready rock. I think you get the idea. Continue reading This Stovetop Pizza Oven Lets You Make Pizzeria-Quality Pizzas In Minutes

Batman Egg Cup Makes An Egg Looks Like Humpty Dumpty in Batman Costume

Breakfast, if you ever have time to enjoy it, is hardly consider fun for adults. Can you even imagine what it is like for kids? I am sure you can, but luckily, there’s a quite a few way to spice up your breakfast time, or that of your kids, and this DC Comics Batman Egg Cup and Toaster Cutter is one such way. If really think about it, egg cup is one of those things for Scrooge McDuckians who are of overly obsessed with table etiquette and hence, it is, in our humble opinion, totally optional. However, if you really have to have a receptacle to hold up an egg before shoving it down your throat, then this adorable egg cup should be right up your alley. Continue reading Batman Egg Cup Makes An Egg Looks Like Humpty Dumpty in Batman Costume

Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set: Now, That’s A Military Cut !

We hate to stereotype, but you can’t deny that an object such as an ammunition box aka ammo box offers a loud, manly and rugged statement. That said, if you desire to have a kitchen that embodies those qualities, then the 10-pc Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set is a good place to start. The cutlery, i.e. the knives, are pretty much standard, but the knife block is an entirely different story. The knife block, if you did not already notice, is inspired by military ammo box, complete with the army green colorway and the trademark hinged cover found on any small caliber ammo boxes. I’d be lying if this thing did not have my attention. It did, completely. Continue reading Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set: Now, That’s A Military Cut !

Ponti Studio’s Kitchen Utensils For Ommo Are Both Fun And Functional

If you appreciate good kitchenware, you will appreciate what Hong Kong-based Italian designer Andrea Ponti has came up with. In a project for Ommo, a design-oriented brand, Ponti Studio introduces three lovely guys: Diga, Koma and Torus. Using curve lines and colors, the trio is as fun as it is functional. There’s no form follow function or vice versa; it is just form and function, and minimalist at the same time. The first of the three, Diga, is a duo tone melamine salad bowl that hides a nifty feature beneath: a disk located at the bottom of the bowl allows the it to lock in water for washing vegetables and with a twist, it can be opened to drain out the water. Closing the disk, the bowl can continue to be used as a salad bowl, which is what Diga is. Continue reading Ponti Studio’s Kitchen Utensils For Ommo Are Both Fun And Functional

Dune Flatware Set: Silverware Turns Artistic And Personal

To many, fork and spoon are just fork and spoon, but to Hong Kong-based, Italian designer Andrea Ponti, it is something more ‘personal’. They are not merely ‘tools’ for introducing food into your mouth; they are ‘tools’ to your culinary experience and this ideology is boldly expressed in Andrea’s latest creation, dubbed Dune Flatware Set, destined for a private collection. Andrea opted for aluminum as the material of choice for the cutlery as opposed to the more conventional steel or titanium for the lightweight property and sleek look, and completing the set with anodized finishing for durability and easy maintenance. Continue reading Dune Flatware Set: Silverware Turns Artistic And Personal

Bolo Reinvents Kitchen Knife, Has Circular Blade That Rolls To Slice

Not only computer-dependent office workers will have wrist issues. Chefs, or anyone who cook often may be susceptible to wrist injuries too and the culprit? Kitchen knives. Unbeknownst to us, the chopping and slicing we have known and been doing all this while are not as efficient as we may have perceived and those actions could even put undue stress to the wrist. However, that won’t be so if Bolo has its way. Bolo is a true evolution of knives, bringing together two most important inventions in mankind’s history: the knife and the wheel, to create the ultimate kitchen knife that rolls to slice instead of the usual pivot-style cutting action we have adopted. Continue reading Bolo Reinvents Kitchen Knife, Has Circular Blade That Rolls To Slice