Tag Archives: kitchen implements

  • Skalpel: A Steak Knife That Looks like a Scalpel (Video)

    Skalpel: A Steak Knife That Looks like a Scalpel (Video)

    I’ve often wondered if surgeons ever feel tempted to use their tools for other purposes at home. I still don’t know whether they do or not, but I do know that there’s now a steak knife especially for those who have long desired to cut through a tough piece of meat with a scalpel. It’s […]

  • Folding Steak Knife From Kai

    Folding Steak Knife From Kai

    I have a fondness for products that double as sight gags, and it’s been a blue moon since I saw one as funny as the Folding Steak Knife from Kai. I mean, just think of it.  Why in the world would you ever need to unexpectedly produce a steak knife? But, being prepared means expecting […]

  • Master Pan: Make an Entire Meal in One Pan

    Master Pan: Make an Entire Meal in One Pan

    Imagine that you make an entire meal in a single pan, and when people ask you what you’re eating, you just reply, “don’t worry, it’s all part of the Master Pan.” This scenario and more can come true thanks to a new product with that name being available for sale. The Master Pan is made […]

  • Toasting Knife Invented by Colin Furze (Video)

    Toasting Knife Invented by Colin Furze (Video)

    We all know the expression “the best thing since sliced bread,” but isn’t it about time that bread slicing itself got an improvement? Inventor and host of Furze’s Invention Show Colin Furze has made that improvement in the form of the Toasting Knife, a homemade knife that toasts bread as it slices. Before you get your hopes […]

  • Machete Spatula: The Most Badass Spatula Imaginable (Photos)

    Machete Spatula: The Most Badass Spatula Imaginable (Photos)

    Spatulas are not a very intimidating or impressive kitchen implement. No one’s ever been killed with a spatula to my knowledge, probably because no murderer has ever mustered the total lack of dignity required to wield it as a weapon. That is officially no longer the case, though, thanks to the Machete Spatula from Firebox. […]