Anyone short on kitchen counter space will appreciate this compact digital scale by Joseph Joseph. The TriScale folds to a unit so small you can store it in a drawer right next to your spoons and forks. It has the ability to measure in gms, lbs, ozs, fl.ozs and mls with max capacity of 5KG/ 11lbs.
Made especially for chefs at home who like to follow a recipe on their iPad, this stand can hold up your iPad in two viewing angles. But here’s the good part, feel free to smudge it all you want as it’s dishwasher safe and can be thrown in there with the dishes. Bundle it up with the Chef Sleeves that cover your iPad without distorting the screen and starting experimenting all you want without worrying about your gadget.
Cherry pitting will not seem that difficult a hurdle in your kitchen encounters anymore once you have this innovative Cherry Pitter by Casabella in your set of kitchen accessories. It’s a cherry pitter that works with a one-handed operation where you just need to load it with one cherry at a time and press the button. The stainless steel post removes the pits whereas the splash guard prevents the juice from getting splashed around.
After the range of various robots we’ve seen around, it’s time we could go for a change with this humorous yet intelligent Eggbot on the breakfast table. Otherwise a simple egg holder, it’s the design which makes Eggbot a bit different from others.
“Bold geometric shapes turn common cutting boards into functional works of op-art. Brooklyn-based designer Tammer Hijazi of BOWER was inspired by the work of grafitti artist Barry McGee, whose use of color and line gives flat surface surprising dimensionality. Each maple wood board has a split personlity: The natural underside serves as a sturdy cutting board and can be used to serve prepared food with panache, while the painted front can be mounted on the wall for display when not in use.”