BBQ Branding Iron

BBQ Branding Iron

So you’ve got a few dozen friends over for a little summer grillin’ and your grill is covered in steaks and burgers each with a special request on how done your friends want them to be.

After friendly request number 15 you’ve probably lost track of which steak is who’s. Good thing the BBQ Branding Iron is here to save the day!

This grilling gadget lets you create a custom branding iron so you can burn your friends name (or how well their steak is done) right into that slab of meat!

LampLamp – The double ended lightbulb


Lightbulbs have led a fairly boring life. Until now. It’s subtle, but the LampLamp is actually quite interesting once it’s in use.

At $28 a pop, they are a tad expensive though.

Build a drinking pipeline with Strawz


Mom always said not to play with your food, but this is just too cool to pass up.

Strawz are a set of straws and connectors that let you build a pipeline to their drink…or multiple drinks!

A set of Strawz is $15.

Gun Egg Fryers

Gun Egg Fryers

Growing up we’d get together every year with a bunch of family friends and have a big breakfast together. Occasionally they’d be “themed” in some way.

If we ever got back together to do one of these breakfasts, I’d definitely suggest we make it western themed so we could use these killer gun egg fryers (pun intended).

If we replaced all the guns on earth with gun-shaped fried eggs, I’m sure it’d be a happier place.

You like to drizzle? Fo’ shizzle?

Drizzler There are kitchen gadgets for just about any task. Thankfully another one has made its way to the market.

The Drizzler was created to help you do just that. Drizzle.

Sometimes deserts require that icing be drizzle on top. Previously you had to go the somewhat awkward and messy route of piling the icing on a spoon and then letting it drip of. No more!

Pick up a Drizzler for a reasonably priced $9!

Concrete Bulb Hook

Concrete Bulb Hook

I’m quite positive one of the things you’ve always wanted is a concrete hook shaped like a lightbulb. Lucky for you, I’ve found it.

Moder Dose has a concrete “hook” for sale that is the shape and size of a standard light bulb.

They are made by hollowing out a lightbulb, filling it with concrete, letting it cure and then turning it into something you can screw in to your wall!

Each of these bulb hooks will cost you around $25.