Food & Drink

  • Star Spangled Spatula: For Patriotic Grilling

    Star Spangled Spatula: For Patriotic Grilling

    Grilling is already one of the most American pursuits that exist, at least according to patriotic grillers. And no patriotic griller with his or her ground chuck should be with out the Star Spangled Spatula, a grill spatula crafted in the shame of the iconic stars and stripes. The Star Spangled Spatula looks like a […]

  • Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Unless you’re in the habit of throwing your kitchen knives into your cutting board—pirate-ship style, so the blades embed in the surface of the board—you probably have a separate place for your knives. But why? With Chop Cutting Boards, you can always keep your cutlery right at hand where you do your cutting. Chop Cutting […]

  • Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    In the western world, hangover cures tend to carry a subliminal undercurrent of penitence, as if to repent for your bad behavior you have to subject yourself to something horrible like an egg-and-Tabasco smoothie in order to avoid the even worse punishment of a hangover. But in South Korea they have a different approach, as […]

  • Wayv Adventurer Handheld Microwave (Video)

    Wayv Adventurer Handheld Microwave (Video)

    As impossible as it may seem, the people at Wayv Tech have introduced a handheld microwave, which the company says serves as “the world’s first Portable solid-state RF food heater ‘microwave.’” It’s called the Wayv Adventurer (not to be confused with the Wavy Adventurer, which I think is a kind of clown). The Wayv Adventurer, […]

  • Reese’s Stuffed With Pieces: Prepare Yourselves

    Reese’s Stuffed With Pieces: Prepare Yourselves

    One time I was trapped in my one-bedroom apartment during a citywide blackout. It wasn’t safe to leave and I couldn’t have gotten any food even if I did want to chance it, and the only food in my house was a bag of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and a few things of Reese’s Pieces. […]

  • ‘Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch’

    ‘Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch’

    Late last year, a book on spicy cuisine was released, potentially saving millions from the scourge of bland food. It’s getting a little bit of renewed interest on the internet now, which is why I bring Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch by James Beard Award winner Amy Machnak to your attention. Machnak […]

  • Chocolate Chip Bourbon Bombs From No. 4 St. James

    Chocolate Chip Bourbon Bombs From No. 4 St. James

    The latest entry in the culinary genre of drunk desserts is a specialty from Houston, TX that can be shipped right to your door. They’re Chocolate Chip Bourbon Bombs from No. 4 St. James, addictive chocolate chip cookies made with Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey by the Garrison Brothers Distillery. Described by No. 4 St. James […]

  • The Bruery Share This Coffee Stout

    The Bruery Share This Coffee Stout

    If you’re looking for a way to give back to your community while enjoying the fail-safe pastime of drinking beer, the folks at The Bruery have introduced a new series that’s seemingly tailored for you. The first in that series is The Bruery Share This Coffee Stout, which, like future installments to come, highlights a […]

  • flatev Artisan Tortilla Maker

    flatev Artisan Tortilla Maker

    The wave of automatic smart kitchen appliances that make one thing really well continues.  It started with the famous Keurig coffeemaker, most recently crested with the Juicero juicer, and now barrels on with flatev, an “artisan tortilla maker” that does for tortillas what Keurig does for coffee. Unless you’re in the habit of whipping up […]