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Pizza On Your Gas Stovetop? Yes, It’s Possible

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Getting a good pie requires a few elements, the most important of which is a really hot pizza oven. It’s not ever over that reaches the 600F that usually yield great results, but with the Pizzacraft PC0601 Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven you’ll get there in 15 minutes flat… as long as you’ve got a gas stovetop. If you do, once the temp is reached, your pie will be baked in as little as 6 minutes!

Most conventional ovens can only achieve temperatures of 500 F and require up to an hour to reach those heats. The Stovetop Pizza Oven can heat up to 600 F in about 15 minutes, allowing you to cook your pizza in as little as 6 minutes. The Stovetop Pizza Oven uses one of your stovetop’s gas burners to reach cooking temperature. Simply place the oven on top of your burner and turn it on. The oven’s heat-efficient design traps and reflects heat to create the optimal pizza-cooking environment. Dual cordierite baking stones absorb the direct heat from the flame and redistribute it evenly, eliminating hot spots. The stones are separated by a layer of air to diffuse heat, and the bottom stone has a cutout for improved airflow. The built-in thermometer lets you know when it’s time to cook, and the moisture vent in the top prevents your pizza from becoming soggy. With the Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven, you can get pizzeria-perfect pizza in your own home.

The device will yield 12 inch pizzas reliably, and costs a very reasonable $161.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Werd ]

Took Long Enough: Sriracha To-Go Packets

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We’re not sure why it’s taken this long, but Sriracha is finally releasing to-go packets of its famous, delicious, almost addictive sauce. Over a year ago we told you about the Sriracha2Go Keychain Bottle, and that was pretty cool. But let’s be honest, who’s going to really carry some hot sauce on their keychain? So it makes a lot more sense to get these, which come in boxes of 50 or 200, for $15 or $35 respectively.

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Japanese Company Makes Sliced Chocolate

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Your cheese (or cheese “product”) comes in convenient, individually-wrapped slices. So why not do the same with chocolate? That’s the thinking behind Japanese company Bourbon’s “Nama Chocolate”. Each slice is about 2mm thick (0.08inches) and offers “a rich, creamy confectionary that’s not as sweet as fudge, but more intense in flavor than ordinary milk chocolate”. You’re free to make pretty shapes with it, or simply slap it between two pieces of bread. It’ll save you the step of having to spread your chocolate, and gives you a bit more freedom to do stuff that you wouldn’t normally be able to do with regular hard chocolate. It’s 3,240 yen, or US$27 for bulk packs.

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You Can Buy A Remote Controlled Wienermobile

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Some people are pretty passionate about their hotdogs. We’re fans of Oscar Mayer’s wieners as much as the next guy, we just don’t know that we’d want to buy a remote controlled Winermobile. We bet some people will, though. It’s a smaller version of the largish off-road RC toy they came out with last July, only you can actually buy this one. It’s $25 and can actually carry two hotdogs, so it’s a toy with a practical use beyond entertainment. Getting your hands on one will be hard though, since the company plans to sell them in batches, and you’ll have to follow their Twitter account to know when the next batch is up for purchase. Pretty clever, as far as a marketing ploy to get people to follow them is concerned.

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Death Star Waffle Maker

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It’s very tempting to make an article filled with Star Wars puns and references, but you’ve likely read them all and wouldn’t be able to stop rolling your eyes at one more. At least, that’s how we feel if we read something like “you won’t need the Force to eat these waffles”, or “these are the waffles you’re looking for”. It’s like every blogger on the Internets just has to tie that into his writeup somehow. So we’ll just tell you simply: you’re looking at a waffle maker that makes waffles that look like the Death Star. There. That’s all there is to it. Waffles. Death Star. $40. The end.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Geekologie ]

FoldFlat Is Like Tupperware Doing Origami

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Plastic containers, whether from Tupperware or any other manufacturer, are great for storing leftovers, cupcakes, or any other comestibles that you don’t want going to waste too fast. But once you’re done using them, storing the containers themselves becomes a hassle sure to waste some space in your pantry. Unless of course you get yourself a FoltFlat container. When opened up, it’s a 1.6 L (54 oz) container that’s also 65 mm (2.55 in) deep. When folder however, it slims down to a very manageable 21 mm (0.82 in) thick, or about the thickness of a paperback novel. It’ll store easily, ready to unfold whenever you need it next. It’s BPA-free, like most plastic these days, and is dishwasher and microwave safe. Getting one will cost you a $20 pledge, with shipping in April 2016.

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Finally: Kellogg’s To Release Maple Bacon Pop Tarts (And Other Flavours)

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Everyone knows one of the most fantastic flavour combinations known to man is Maple-Bacon. If we had our way, there’d be Maple-Bacon pie, cheese, candies, edible underwear, lube… Heck, everything would be that flavour! So we’re happy that everyone’s favourite breakfast is finally being released in that particular flavour combination. As a matter of fact, Kellogg’s has announced the release of five limited edition varieties, including maple-bacon.

Maple Bacon: Mid-December 2015
-Watermelon: Mid-December 2015
-Chocolatey Caramel: Mid-December 2015
-Frosted Spring Strawberry: Early 2016
-Pink Lemonade: Mid-April 2016

Yeah, sure, the others sound decent too. But they’re a little vanilla as far as we’re concerned. We’re not sure which markets these are for, but if they don’t come to Quebec (where Yours Truly is sitting), we’ll be shocked.

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With The GoCube, You Can Just Chew Your Coffee

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Running late and don’t have time to wait for your scalding coffee to cool down? Just have a GoCube. It’s a chewable gummy cube that packs the equivalent amount of caffeine as half a cup of coffee.

GO CUBES are made with real cold-brew coffee and come in 3 delicious flavors: Pure Drip, Mocha, and Latte. (Note that each package of GO CUBES contains a random assortment of all 3.)

We are working directly with one of the largest and most reputable confectionary factories in the USA to produce GO CUBES. We’ve been through over 20 rounds of testing to pinpoint the exact right taste and mouthfeel profile, and have landed on something that has unanimous approval from the team.

The Go Cubes are developed with cognitive performance in mind, and as such don’t only pack caffeine: “We’ve crammed in a full nootropic stack in each GO CUBE. B complex (accelerates metabolism), L-Theanine (an amino acid found in green tea), and other compounds that stack well with caffeine.”

As far as costs are concerned, one of the packs the company offers contains 40 cubes for $50, which works out to $1.25 per cube, or about half the price of a fully equipped Starbucks creation. The IndoeGogo campaign is fully funded, so you can go on and place your order now.

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Meater Is The World’s First Truly Wireless Meat Thermometer

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You know, a well-done steak is also known as “overpriced beef jerky”; anything above medium-rare is just a travesty. Now, it’s true that you can avoid ruining a beautiful cut with an array of tools: experience as a cook, using fancy techniques like sous-vide cooking, or getting a meat thermometer. Bringing some innovation to the field of thermometers, Meater bills itself as “The World’s First Truly Wireless Meat Thermometer”, and has enough features to make its purchase palatable. Each thermometer connects to your smartphone and instantly transmits the internal temperature of the protein it’s inserted into. Simply tell the app what you’re cooking, and as soon as it’s reached its desired internal temperature, you’ll get a notification. Gone are the days where you have to stay by your food’s side, obsessing over whether it’s ready, freeing you to entertain your guests or prepare some other dish.

The electronics won’t overheat since they’re insulated by the surrounding meat, so you can safely use the probe in the oven or on a grill. The external probe even monitors the ambient temperature, perfect for smoking or long BBQ roasts where maintaining the external cooking temperature is extremely important.

It’ll cost you a $59 pledge for 1 Meater probe and its charger, or $148 for the Meater Block (which provides multi-storage for the probe, Wifi range extension, as well as a display) and two probes.

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