Look a little tougher while baking with the Tattoo Oven Mitt. The lightweight mitt is adorned with a sleeve of intimidating tattoos that’ll help make you look tough when reaching into the oven. Even if it’s for a quiche. Available here.
Here in ‘merica, cats are nothing more than a poor substitution for a dog. In Japan, when placed atop a bed of sushi rice, cats become Neko-Sushi – a majestic creature akin to a unicorn. Still, dogs rule.
Created by Japanese company Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts, prints of the Sushi Cats are available for purchase, as well as a mobile app for some reason.
If you’re the type who obsesses over the accuracy of your batonnets, or you’re a culinary student whose chef instructor doesn’t tolerate uneven brunoises — The Obsessive Chef Cutting Board is here to help.
Part kitchen tool, part OCD-encourager, the cutting board includes guides for the most important cuts. And it should help impress your dinner guests with your knife skills, or to avoid getting yelled at in French. Now made from bamboo, and back in stock at The Foodiggity Shop.
The Art Toast Project gives boring toasted bread a much-needed upgrade. Brought to us by Norwegian artist Ida Skivenes – famous works by Monet, Van Gogh, Pollock and others are recreated using various food items with toast as the canvas.
And it’s all documented on Instagram… See more of the project here.
Ice Cream… It helps make hot summer days tolerable, improves pie, and makes little kids lose their mind upon hearing a truck that carries the stuff. Now, it will help keep your door open.
The ScOOPS! Ice Cream Doorstop, although not suitable to put on a pie, is authentic-looking enough that it might actually fool a few folks coming through your door. Sorry if the image of a dropped ice cream cone makes the kids cry. Check it out here.