Have you ever been in the midst of cooking, mucked up hands and all, and needed to get to spices? Pull open the drawer and try to find the one you need. Next thing you know you are trying to open that new jar of paprika by stabbing it with a massive chef’s knife only to have butterfingers take over and yep – paprika shower. Dealing with those little spice jars stinks. Having spices readily accessible and easy to measure definitely makes a difference.
Here at Coolest Gadgets we have reported on camera goggles, night vision goggles and even beer goggles, so today I thought I would introduce you to Onion Goggles, made specifically to help keep the tears away while preparing dinner.
I often wonder who cut up the first onion, had a horrendous tear jerking reaction and decided to eat the darn things anyway, but I guess I’m glad they did.
Your tears are caused by irratating compounds being released when the cells of the onion are damaged by the blade of your knife. The tears that follow are released when your body attempts to dilute the stinging chemical.
There is nothing quite like a nice cup of coffee for millions around the world to start off their day the right way – and just as there are many different kinds of coffee, so too, are there numerous other ways to make the perfect cuppa. Enter the $89.99 Vacuum Brewer, where it is said … Read more
While not every one is able to indulge in chocolate due to allergy issues, most folks I know absolutely love anything and everything that there is to the world of chocolate. After all, it has been said that good quality chocolate has a decent level of antioxidants, and it can also function as an aphrodisiac. Well, eating too much chocolate is not a good thing, since life is a careful achievement of balance regardless of the matter. Having said that, if you not only love to eat chocolates, but want to learn to make a living off it through a bakery class or anything of that sort, you might want to consider the chocolate printer that you see here.
UK scientists have managed to come up with a prototype chocolate printer sometime last year, and according to them, they have successfully perfected it. The very same group of scientists hold out the hope of seeing this machine hit store shelves sometime at the end of this month. While commendable, it is a shame in some ways since that would mean missing out on a potentially high sales figure due to the Easter egg rush.