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Fruit and Vegetable USB hubs

Posted in USB by Tam Yue on May 14th, 2014

Fruit and vegetable usb hubsCheck out these fruit and vegetables USB 2.0 hubs. They come from Dospara and each one has four USB 2.0 ports.

You have your pick between; mango, banana, peanut, a large or small eggplant, pepper or a carrot. Each one supports either Windows or Mac operating systems and is also backed by a two week warranty. For 499 Yen (or $5 each) you can have one or all to add a little pzazz to your work space. Maybe you could put them next to your grapes.

via TechFresh

Cupcake ATM Launches in New York

Posted in Food by Darrin Olson on March 28th, 2014

Cupcake ATMYou read this correctly and are more than justified in being excited. This week New York has joined cities including Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Las Vegas and Beverly Hills to have an actual vending machine that puts out fresh cupcakes made to order. Simply use the touch screen to choose from nine flavors (black & white, chocolate coconut, Cuban coffee, dark chocolate, lemon meringue, red velvet, strawberry, vanilla or vanilla milk chocolate), swipe your card to be charged $4.25 per cupcake and your tasty baked good is produced from a door next to the screen.

Sprinkles via USA Today

Cookie Genius

Posted in Food by Tam Yue on March 8th, 2014

Milk and CookiesAre you heading to SXSW this year? If you are, please go find these! Master pastry chef Dominique Ansel will be selling these little shots of bliss along with his infamous cronuts at SXSW.

Freshness timer strips help you to avoid spoiled food

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2010

It happens to the best of us. There’s always something in the back of the fridge that should have been eaten a long time ago. But now, whatever it used to be, is furry, moldy and putrid. That’s an easy call. Just toss it out. But what about something you are unsure of. It might be safe, might not be.

Designer Yeom Ha-na has come up with the Foodmer, which is basically a custom programmed expiration date reminder for all your fresh food. Not many details about how it works, but apparently you can program each strip with a freshness duration, and the red line will slowly get longer until its throw away time.

Swivel Car Tray, juicebox not included

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

Tired of having your food fly everywhere after you make a sudden turn? Worry no more. You are a large human mammal who needs to eat at all times, even when behind the wheel of a two ton killing machine. Thankfully some comapnies understand this and even encourage your gluttony with new products.

The Swivel Car Tray parks in your cupholder and allows you to shovel food from it’s built in tray to your hungry Jabba mouth while you roam the commuter wastelands looking for your next caloric adventure.

Fridge Locker locks up your food for life, shelf life

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2009

Fridge Locker locks up your food for life, shelf lifeOk this is clearly for you folks who have obese roommates that steal all of your food. Which you pay for. This thing ought to keep your food secure and out of Jabba’s grasp. Great for helping you or someone else stick to your diet too.

Sure it looks like food jail, but your food is being protected not punished. And it’s only $20 and fits inside your refrigerator, secured with a chrome metal lock which you can set to any combination you want.

Joseph Joseph Fold Flat Kitchen Grater

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2009

Joseph Joseph Fold Flat Kitchen GraterThe grater is an essential kitchen tool. But there are so many essential kitchen tools, that putting them all away and keeping the kitchen neat can be hard. Graters have always been a problem. Their squarish form is great for food prep, but not for storage in the cabinet.

Well, that just changed thanks to this Fold Flat Kitchen Grater from Joseph Joseph. It does what it says and folds flat for easy storage. There’s even a grip handle on the side for grating over food. The Fold Flat Grater features coarse stainless steel blades and is dishwasher safe.


Hot Dog Rotisserie puts a little 7-11 in your kitchen

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on August 30th, 2009

Hot Dog Rotisserie puts a little 7-11 in your kitchenMan, hot dogs are such a pain to make. First you have to open the package, spill nasty hot dog juice all over the place, put them in the pan and boil them. Who has time for all of that work and clean up? Not you and not I. That’s why you go to 7-11 and get them off of their rotisserie.

Well, now you can do it the way 7-11 does it with this Hot Dog Rotisserie. It cooks 4 hot dogs on the non-stick rollers and can warm two buns at once. The fat from the hot dogs or sausages drips down into an easy to clean tray so you stay nice and healthy. Well, as healthy as you can be eating hot dogs.

The Go Plate parks your food on your beer

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2009

The Go Plate parks your food on your beerAs men, we really only need a few things to be happy. Two to be exact. Food and beer. But it isn’t always easy to juggle them both. Now, thankfully you can carry both in one hand thanks to the Go Plate. A Pack of 42 will cost you $49.

They let you hold your beer and food in one hand, while your other hand is free to text, smoke, twitter, whatever. It’s a plate that fits over your bottle, cup or can. When you want a drink, just lift the plate off. Don’t be that guy who goes to take a sip and dumps all of your food all over yourself.

If you download IE 8, Microsoft feeds someone for $0.14

Posted in Microsoft by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2009

If you download IE 8, Microsoft feeds someone for $0.14While downloading Internet Explorer 8, users found the following message: “Only complete downloads of Windows Internet Explorer 8 through browserforthebetter.com from June 8, 2009 through August 8, 2009 qualify for the charitable donation to Feeding America. Microsoft is donating $1.15 per download to Feeding America up to a maximum of $1,000,000. Meals are used for illustrative purposes only. Meal conversion is effective until June 30th, 2010.”

When you do the math and split $1.15 among 8 users, it means $0.14 per meal. How is that feeding anyone?

Electrolux’s Laser Oven concept cooks food fast

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2009

Electrolux’s Laser Oven concept cooks food fastThe Laser Oven concept by Electrolux may be the future of cooking. It will cook your food in no time at all by using three laser beams that pew pew pew your dinner. The Electrolux Laser Oven has a sleek, compact design that makes it look futuristic too.

A single laser can’t cook anything, but crossing the lasers can cook the food easily. In Ghostbusters crossing the streams are bad, here it’s a good thing. It will allow you to choose the desired texture of your food, and even scans it before cooking. Forget timers and thermometers, the Laser Oven stops cooking when the food has reached the texture that you want.


BeltzBib helps you get grip on the drip

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

BeltzBib helps you get  grip on the dripListen, if you actually need this, there is no hope for you at all. You are basically an overweight baby who can’t figure out how to control your food and stop spilling all over yourself. Chances are you have food stains on your clothes, all over your car’s interior and so much ranch dressing on your dash board that you can barely read the odometer. Frankly I’m surprised you don’t have a carbonite frozen Bounty on your wall at home.

Anyhow, the BeltzBib helps you “place your food in the pouch of BeltzBib and continue your journey without worrying about stains and spills.” If you have that much of a problem, you are eating too much. It will cost you $13.95.

Best Star Wars cake ever

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2009

Best Star Wars cake everIt shouldn’t come as a big surprise to our readers that we love cake. After all, we brought you 20 awesome robot cakes, 25 awesome geek cakes and 25 more awesome geek cakes. This one…wait for it…really takes the cake.

Jennifer Luxmore of Sin Desserts in Providence, RI made this amazing AT-AT cake. Awesomely detailed and obviously delicious. It’s what the rebels on Hoth ate in celebration after fleeing the ice planet. I would tie string to my fork and fly my utensil around it’s legs like a snowspeeder, bringing it to it’s knees so that I may devour it.

Star Wars cookbooks

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

Star Wars cookbooksYou’ve got your Fancy replica lightsaber, your pajamas and you attend all the conventions. You cross dress and wear your hair in Leia buns. Remember that surgery you considered to make yourself look more like Jar Jar? Despite all of that you can’t actually live in the Star Wars universe. But you can eat like you do.

With the help of the Star Wars cookbooks, you’ll be making Wookiee Cookies, Jedi Juice Bars, Dark Side Salsa, Boba Fett-Uccine, and more. Rachael Ray ain’t gonna show you how to make these dishes. Two volumes full of recipes from a galaxy far far away.

Food Face plates make playing with your food acceptable

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2009

Food Face plates make playing with your food acceptableAs a kid, how many times were you told to stop playing with your food? Probably a lot. Well, playing with your food on these plates is totally acceptable and even mandatory. The Food Face is a mid-size, hotel-quality, food-safe plate.

It’s time you had the freedom to play with your food. Your parents were just too uptight. Make a hat full of peas, or a beard full of corn, maybe put some carrots as the eyebrows. No price yet, but I imagine they will be available soon.