Execute operation BBQ with this bad ass apron. It uses the MOLLE system to help you carry all the provisions you need to grill. It has a variety of pouches, utility loops and pockets, plus removable velcro patches at the front and back.
A good beer is a good beer, but if you're interested in pushing the envelope a little bit and expanding your beer's flavor, it turns out you don't have to do a complicated soak or extract a bunch of oils. All you need is a French press, that little gadget most of us use to make coffee.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, our friends over at The Wirecutter have weighed in on the topic of gas grills. They say the Weber Spirit E-210 is the one for your backyard, and praise it for its build quality, wide availability, and most importantly, how well it grills a nice steak.
The corner cabinets are awkward, tricky places to store your kitchen stuff efficiently. It turns out, though, that this is a great spot for tucking away your pots and pans.
Betabrand presents the most patriotic cookwear you’ll ever see. The Caperon is a star-spangled apron with a cape. It also has a spacious front pocket and a utensil holster. The perfect costume for whoever wields this spatula.
- Price: $60
Yikes, $185 for the TARDIS fridge skin kit. But it's customized to fit your specific cooler's make and model, so at least you know it will look as sick in your own kitchen as it does in the one in the photo. And if any purchase is guaranteed to withstand the test of time, wouldn't it be one of a TARDIS? I bet these adhesive attachments will still be flying mighty in the year 4789! They may even be in the year 4789 next month!
Police Box skins arrive in sections easy to apply to refrigerator doors, and slightly less easy to apply around handles. The Doctor recommends using an authorized Sonic Screwdriver for assistance--or at least momentarily setting down your Sonic Screwdriver remote control--at these hairy areas. TARDIS top sections are exclusive structures that include the sign, peak roof, and a working beacon. Optional kit add-ons include side skins, a "little phone door" that fits over ice makers and opens/closes, and a programmable audio module that sits inside the fridge and plays beloved Police Box sounds when the doors un-suction.
TARDIS skins integrate best with French door refrigerators, which most precisely emulate a Police Box in appearance and function.
When you need lemon juice for a recipe, nothing beats fresh-squeezed, but it's always a struggle to coax a lot of juice out of the fruit. As it turns out, the secret is to cut the lemon lengthwise.