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Goldfish sandwich bags

Posted in Kitchen by Tam Yue on May 12th, 2014

Gold Fish Sandwich BagsImagine the shock on your friends faces at the lunch table when they see these. These full color sandwich bags will definitely get the attention at the lunch table. Your friends will wonder if you will be pulling out a live goldfish and eating it for lunch.

Upon close inspection they will figure out it is just for fun. Either way, these could be a great conversation starter for not only the kids in the family but the adults as well. Well worth the $4.99 at Perpetual Kid.

Cook and Stack Kitchen Utensils

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Tam Yue on May 7th, 2014

Cook and Stack UtensilsYes, please. This is really amazing way to save space in those cluttered kitchen drawers. Yes, you can get some kind of random jar to hold your utensils, but that’s what all of the regular old normal people do.

These are not utensils that someone just glued a extremely familiar shaped brick onto the end of a spatula. Those bricks are actually a part of the utensil. The set comes with the grey base plate, a spatula, ladle and pasta strainer. You can purchase this set for 34.99 here, which we feel is a little bit spendy. But if you are the chef in the house, this may come in super handy and should be well worth the expense.

Death Star cookie jar

Posted in Kitchen,Star Wars by Tam Yue on May 5th, 2014

death star cookie jarIn keeping up with our tradition of all things Star Wars here at SlipperyBrick, here is the ultimate addition to your kitchen counter top. This ceramic Death Star cookie jar is one of the cooler Star Wars kitchen accessories we have seen in awhile.  All that is needed is a never ending supply of cookies and you will forever have the cool house on the block!

via Mad Zombie

Darth Vader Toaster Gets an Upgrade

Posted in Star Wars by Tam Yue on March 31st, 2014

Darth Vader toasterIn 2008, we did an article about a Darth Vader toaster that was considered a must have for Star Wars junkies. Well, the toaster just got an upgrade.  The new version is shaped just like the Dark Lord’s helmet and is the ultimate addition to your kitchen counter.  The toaster burns the Star Wars logo on one side and the image of Darth Vader on the other.

This new toaster is coming out in July and can be pre-ordered from Bigbadtoystore.com to have proudly displayed on your kitchen counter for a mere $44.99.

Philips DC6210/37 Flip-down Kitchen Clock Radio

Posted in Philips by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2011

Here’s an interesting kitchen accessory for those who spend a lot of time preparing meals. The Philips DC6210/37 flip-down kitchen clock radio lets you listen to your favorite music while you toil away over a hot stove.

It is designed especially for the kitchen so it is easy to clean and comes with a built-in kitchen timer. The Philips DC6210/37 also features a docking station for your iPod and iPhone. Martha Stewart would love this.

Gorenje iChef oven with touchscreen

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on January 23rd, 2011

Gorenje’s iChef oven sports some finger-friendly controls and it’s more than just time and temperature. It has sixty-five preset dishes it can cook automatically, 150 slots for you to program your own, and you can even bake in three separate stages for those who actually know how to cook.

The touchscreen is filled with pictures of food to make it even easier. The oven hits Europe this spring for a crazy amount of money that neither you or I can afford.

Window Fridge lets you decide before opening

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2010

It’s a common practice around the world. You open the fridge and then just stand looking at all of your choices. Problem is you are wasting electricity and letting the cold out. The Window Fridge is a concept that eliminates the need to open the fridge, by providing a window.

That helps save the environment while you ponder whether you would like a Coke, Pepsi or Dr. Pepper. The fridge has a tube design that makes it easy to open the panel and spy on all of your food inside.


Lids Off Jar-Opener

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

Your grandmother wants this for Christmas. Be a good grandson or granddaughter and get it for her won’t you? This gadget is so much more than just a giant mech-suit for your jars. It can help those with arthritis(and the weak) open jars with ease.

The rest of us can just use cloths or run our jars under hot water. And if your jar doesn’t fit in this huge contraption, you probably should ease up on your food portions. Come on, grandma deserves this. Whether she can figure out how to use it is another matter entirely.

Screwed by Wall Street Corkscrew

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2009

Screwed by Wall Street CorkscrewWell, the name says it all. Who hasn’t been screwed by Wall Street? Now you can relive that screwing and know that you are SOL with this cool Wall Street themed corkscrew. It will cost you just $25. Which you probably don’t have thanks to these Wall Street fat-cats.

Feel free to curse and call them names as you uncork the bottle, pretending that you are sticking it in some banker’s ear…Or other orifice.

Salt and Pepper Bots

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

Salt and Pepper BotsWhen you are eating dinner do you get sick of asking others to pass the salt? I bet they get sick of doing it too. Well, that problem is solved, as usual with robots. When you need the salt, it should walk to you right? Well, now it can.

That’s just what these Salt and Pepper bots do. Just wind them up and pass the salt or pepper. They will cost you $33. Now all we need are some condiment bots for things like ketchup and mustard. Maybe a sugar bot.

Thermochromatic Pot changes colors with heat

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2009

Thermochromatic Pot changes colors with heatHow many times have you burnt yourself on a hot pot? There’s just no way to tell visually if it’s hot or not, which really sucks. And hurts. The Thermochromatic Pot can prevent such things from happening. It changes colors depending on how hot it is.

When you see the Thermochromatic Pot turn red, that means hot so don’t touch it. When there’s no trace of red at all it’s safe to touch. This could have saved us all some burnt hands had it been released a few decades earlier.


Media Chef digital cookbook

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2009

Media Chef digital cookbookRemember how mom always had those hand written recipes on 3×5 cards? Well those days are gone. Now mom watches all of those fancy cooking shows on the food network. So it makes sense that Belling’s new Media Chef digital cookbook actually contains 48 cooking instructional videos from chef Brian Turner on its 8-inch screen.

You get an included remote control and the device can also function as a general media player, calendar and photo frame. It will retail for about £170 ($271 US). We don’t know when it will be available though.

Lego Cookie Cutter

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2009

Lego Cookie CutterThis one is a win/win. You can’t go wrong with Legos and cookies. Lego cookies are awesome because theoretically you could build with the cookies and then eat your creation with a nice cup of milk. Assuming that it works of course.

According to one review, “the dough sticks to the cutter and is nearly impossible to get it off without ruining the shape”. But that’s what a little flour is for. Anyway, if it works, this is an awesome product for kids and adults alike.

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.

Mug for the blind prevents spills

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Mug for the blind prevents spillsFilling a mug is something that people with sight take for granted. For the blind it presents a challenge. Spills can happen when you can’t actually see the level of liquid. Of course clean up is challenging for us all and something that we would rather avoid if possible.

Well, this Braun Bell concept mug solves the problem in a unique common sense way. It chimes when the liquid hits one of three levels within the mug, allowing a blind person to know when their cup is filled to the level that they want.