Cooking Tools

Darth Grater

darth grater

The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the cheddar. Now I am the grater.

Star Wars Darth Vader Silicone Cheese Grater ($17.99)

unicorn kitchen top

Measure out one cup of glitter and one cup of sugar – mix with unicorn tears and pour the mix into the cupcake pan. Bake in the sun at the end of a rainbow.

But the icing is the best part…

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Technology has finally found a convenient way to quickly freeze water (and treats) in your fridge and it’s called “FreezTHAT!”

The tray employs a “unique triangular freezing design and internally sealed cooling gel. The cooling fluid stores up coldness from the freezer and rapidly releases it back into the tray, making fast-freeze possible.”

The 100% food-grade silicone tray can reportedly make ice cubes in a mere 10 minutes while also preventing odors from seeping into the final product. It is also said to be effective on fruits, herbs, and even hot drinks.

Check out the demo video below.

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hannibal recipe box

While I do not endorse the methods in which Hannibal Lecter obtained his delicious meats in his hit show (which ended far too early), there’s no denying that he had impeccable taste. Now, you can own some of his property thanks to the Prop Store‘s latest auction featuring a cavalcade of pieces from Hannibal set. Check out some select items from collection below, and start planning your table.

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Looking to appease the Great Old Ones? Well, you could help them conquer humanity, or you could whip up some Cthulhu-themed cookies with this silicone baking tray.

Just so you know, Cthulhu has quite an appetite, so you might want to whip up a couple million cookies if you want to avoid being slaughtered.

Cthulhu Cookies Silicone Baking Tray: ($12.99)

lolita lappin

The Japanese Lolita-style has many iterations in fashion, but I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve ever seen it cross over into cutlery. Two new “Lolita” blades made-to-order by fourth-generation Japanese blacksmith Shigeki Tanaka are being offered by Takumi Armory and they’re gorgeous.

The black Gothic-style “Juliette” has a butterfly-adorned blade etched with roses while the pink “Lappin” has hearts both etched and molded into the blade.

Given the prices, I’m sure the blades themselves are as sharp as they are pretty, but I’m not sure I’d have the heart to actually use them.

Check out another pic below.

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In an effort to make the task of handling boiled eggs more simple and fun, Monkey Business created this device that transforms them into ninjas.

The “Egg Ninja” comes in a set of two and is reportedly able to accommodate most egg sizes (we assume ostrich is excluded). They will also allow your eggs to partake in some cosplay before they are destroyed and consumed… that is unless they are able to get away using the art of ninja stealth.

Product Page: ($13)


It goes without saying, but you should get two of these oven mitts and give yourself the T-Rex head hands that you’ve always dreamed of.

This ambidextrous, silicone tyrant lizard uses teeth ridges to grip your pots and trays and is ready to brave the elements for you, being dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe. As an added plus, it will ask for nothing in return for its services – although this might just be an indication that it hates your cooking.

Product Page: ($15)

Critical Hit Cookie Cutters

critical hit cookie cutters

If D20 Critical Hit mini cakes are a bit too much, there’s now a more sensible option for game night. Cookies!

Each set of Critical Hit Cookie Cutters comes with six of the most random cookie cutters you’ll ever meet. You get a d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and d20. Want two d10s for your percentile dice? Not a problem. Bake two. The Critical Hit Cookie Cutters are a great treat for you, and a critical hit at every party, whether it’s a party of the celebration sort or the adventuring sort. Or both.

Product Page ($14.99)

slimer timer

If you like Ghostbusters, cooking and rhymes, this slimer timer is for you. Just don’t be surprised when food goes missing.

The green blob has a 60-minute range and is said to be helpful for keeping track of how long your pizza, fried chicken, or meatloaf needs to cook. However, there’s no word on whether or not your meals will end up with an extra topping of ectoplasm.

Product Page: ($12.99)