Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block

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If you need to slice a pepper, cut bread, or attack a large space station, the Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block is here to help.

Luke’s spaceship of choice includes a cook’s knife, bread knife, carving knife, utility knife, and paring knife. Targeting computer and the dead jedi voice to help you cut, not included.

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Splash Cutting Board Bleeds Off Your Countertop

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Hopefully this isn’t a sign of things to come… But The Splash Chopping Board looks as though it’s bleeding off your countertop.

Designed to remain stable while you work, the durable surface will hold up to all of your cutting needs. And, the ‘drip’ is easily removable for cleaning and storage. Available at The Foodiggity Shop, $21.99.

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Foodiggity’s Music Lover’s Gift Guide

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Are you, or someone you know, a culinary rockstar? Do you pretend to play guitar with your utensils while your sauce simmers? Do you use the new cookware as a drum set, with wooden spoons as drumsticks?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Foodiggity is here to help. Whether for yourself, or a music-loving cook in your life, we have some stuff that’ll cater to everyone’s culinary and music skills — or lack thereof. Please enjoy.

 

 

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Flipper Guitar Spatula

Flip that omelette like a rockstar. The Flipper Guitar Spatula can take the heat, and help turn over your favorite food item with style. 100% Silicone. Dishwasher safe and tested up to 500º. Available in black. [$11.99]

 

 

Amp Mug

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Finally, the caffeine-addicted guitar player has a proper morning drinking vessel, with the Amp Mug. Designed to look like a vintage amplifier, you can crank up the sugar and cream and get the morning rockin’. [$11.99]

 

 

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Guitar Salad Servers

Nothing says, ‘Rock and Roll’ quite like a good salad. So, Rockin’ Guitar Salad Servers make perfect sense. Beautifully-crafted and made of beechwood, they’ll help rock your next bowl of mixed greens, or anything that needs a little mixing. Rock on, salad eater. Two guitar-shaped spoons. Made of beechwood. [$14.99]

 

 

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Turntable Kitchen Timer

Just because you’re timing an egg, doesn’t mean that you can’t rock the house in the meantime. The Turntable Kitchen Timer will take you back to when vinyl ruled — albeit for no more than 55 minutes. [$13.99]

 

 

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Tattoo Oven Mitt

It’s pretty hard to look tough while baking. But perhaps it’s because you’ve never had a Tattoo Oven Mitt. It’s the perfect way to protect your hand and look badass while doing it. Unless you’re pulling a quiche out of the oven. No oven mitt can help you there. Outer front is 100% Nylon. Outer back is 100% Neoprene. All badass. [$14.99]

 

 

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Record Coasters

Although most of your guests have probably never used vinyl, they could start by protecting your furniture with Record Coasters. Created to look like vintage 45 RPM records, every drink at your next party will be a hit. CDs never did that… remember those? Box of 4 coasters. Made of thick durable silicone. Dishwasher safe. [$11.99]

 

 

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Rockin’ Veggie Peeler

Hello, Cleveland!! Are you ready to peel some vegetables?!! Now you can rock out with your cuke out, with the Rockin’ Veggie PeelerMade from ABS plastic with stainless steel blade, dishwasher safe. [$7.99]

Food Fighters, Boxing Glove Oven Mitts

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If you’re training for the big bake-off, then you’ll need some proper gear. Food Fighters are oven mitts designed to look like boxing gloves. So you’ll now be prepared to spar with those cupcakes, or go a few rounds with a bundt. Food Fighter Oven Mitts are cotton with polyester filling, and machine washable.

And, be sure to check out some less pugilistic kitchen gear over at The Foodiggity Shop.

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Kitchen Accessories Plus Body Parts Equals Art

Shuttling Shakers by Christine Chin

New York-based artist Christine Chin brings us Sentient Kitchen. The series, “which examines the convergence between technology and biology,” borrows from both human anatomy and everyday kitchen tools — creating a few thought-provoking and mildly disturbing sculptures. Got milk?

Milk Jug by Christine Chin

Tasting Spoons by Christine Chin

Toothed Tongs by Christine Chin

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