ToastSpotting? a concept toaster that connects to the Internet and lets you toast a scanned image to your bread
Nordic Rock - "ice cubes" made of un-polluted rock from sweden that (obviously) doesn't melt. just freeze for an hour before slipping into your kool-aid
Aerodynamic 1950s die-cast meat slicer from Australia
with all the brown of autumn setting in, kind of love the last little bit of brightness from "rainbowlicious" kitchen tools as chosen by HWTM on simplystated
Verterra's reused (made from leaves) and reusable (microwave/fridge-safe) tableware [via: BoingBoing ]
Food can be funny! Sometimes brand names from other countries make me laugh. These Italian hot dogs are called Wupi!
The world's most expensive jam is made from hand-seeded red currants. See my interview with the man behind this 700-year-old product prepared with goose quills - once a favorite of Kings and Queens.
Emma Smart's very cool way to pack a lunch - a sandwich shaped box that opens into a plate
I just visited Manhattan's candy mecca, Economy Candy.
Bringing your lunch has never looked so adorable.
Jewel-colored foil covers bite-size salt water taffy, covered in deep, rich, dark chocolate. There's a surprise in each bite.
Archer Farms Cereal: Multigrain with Yogurt Cranberries
Agar-Agar based mooncakes with assorted flavours!
never worry about office lunch thieves again with the Splotched Lunch Bag. nsfTS (not safe for TasteSpotting) part cropped out
Reviewing Ingrid Hoffmann's Simply Delicioso. Pictured is her Tropical Pineapple Gazpacho, topped with macadamia nuts.
Brunost / Gjetost - Norwegian brown cheese tastes like caramel
Local, organic ginger grown in Massachusetts.
Sugar-almonds covered in edible gold and silver, from my private tour of the famous Braquier dragées-makers in Verdun, France.
Mmm.. maple bacon lollypops!
Wow. Yes. Our prayers answered -- bacon in the microwave that tastes freshly broiled
my 2nd favorite shape - a perfect ball! make perfect 2" ice spheres to chill your cocktail
25 Servelats per Swiss per Year?? It has to be more for sure. Interesting facts about a Swiss institution.
if you're serious -- not just serious, but SERIOUS -- about peanut butter (or any nut butter for that matter), make it at home with the peanut butter machine [via: outblush]
Sept 14 is Mid-Autumn Festival. Mooncakes have been given a new twist to the tradition.
This dessert, Miles of Chocolate, is beyond. Beyond delicious, beyond ridiculously delectable, just beyond.
Now vegans can have their meringue and eat it, too!
Slices of Fra'Mani's savory salumetto
Shirataki "Miracle" Noodles have no carbs, almost no calories, so you're paying for...air pasta. Hungry Girl endorses air.
CRAVE? Mashed potatoes covered w/roasted seasoned top round beef, aged cheddar, more taters & special beef gravy.
Learn how to love your Cast Iron Skillet.
Peabody's Pumpkin Bread --> just reminded me...CB's adorable pumpkin shaped servers for the fall table (though it sure feels early to be using such things, doesn't it?)
Using a heating core while baking can produce perfect cake layers.