The long-awaited followup to my infamous Crumb-Buster design, a kitchen gadget that will help make Blizzards or McFlurries at home. Technically those desserts can be made with a blender but I wanted something that was easy to use, easy to clean, and was manually operated.
Continue reading ➞ Homemade McFlurry Maker
Recently I grabbed one of those Glade plug-in air fresheners because my neighbors smoke like Hobbits. The device has a pleasing flowery scent but honestly my first choice would be the aroma of french fries. It would run on oil refills, feature a USB outlet, and the sign is back-lit so it can double as a nite-lite too.
I’ll be the first to admit that this idea is very impractical, extremely dangerous, and a bit too crazy (even for this blog). So why on earth do I want one? Do people never outgrow their childhood love for Nunchuks? Whatever the reason, it would look cool hanging on the kitchen wall.
This is a homage to the Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine, a toy that’s been around for over 40 years. I’m not a fan of Snow Cones, but Ice Cream? All day every day.
Time to get controversial? I believe it’s good we’re making some strides towards eliminating single-use plastics, it’ll be very interesting to see how companies innovate and adapt. That said I’d like to highlight some products that could do better.
Continue reading ➞ War On Plastic
This cooler design has Ghostbusters branding so it can be called an Ecto Cooler. Get it? Never mind. The Ghostbusters stuff is not important, it’s just decoration here. This cooler does something different, do read on.
Continue reading ➞ Beach Cooler Design
I’m a little embarrassed to post this, because it has that “seen on TV gizmo” vibe, so apologies in advance. This is my take on cereal Tupperware containers, and it combats those small crumbly bits that taint the last bowl of Cheerios.
Continue reading ➞ Crumb-Buster Cereal Container