Holiday season is creeping up quick! Looking for gift ideas for the at-home cooks in your life, but don't want do bust the budget? We've dug up 18 of our favorite cooking stuff finds, all on Amazon, and all for under $40. Keep reading for awesome gift ideas for chefs!
It's hard to believe that it's that time of year again, isn't it? Time to scour the stores and internet for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list. Well if you need a present for a lover of tech gadgets, we've got you covered. Click through to check out our picks ranging in price from $20 to $200.
We live in an era where the innovation to help us live a little easier comes out monthly. Technology for the home is not lacking and here are a few good ones that really can make living life at home a little more easier, enegy efficient, and safer.
Father's Day is right around the corner (June 16th, mark your calendars!). If you're planning on making your old man a gift this year, here are 25 DIY gift ideas that are sure to make the occasion a memorable one!
Sure, there are earbuds available with a few pops of color on the ends, but the cords are always white or black. BORING. Add some personality and flair (and help keep them tangle-free) with this easy DIY project -- you may even find yourself wrapping all your gadgets in string!
I'm bracing myself for an impending heatwave this weekend (with a yet-to-be-determined end date) and am realizing now just how gosh darn hot my office gets -- without a heatwave! In anticipation, I've been looking at possibly adding a small fan or two to my space, when BAM! I spotted this adorably minimal DIY desk fan. Isn't it just the cutest?
...or wallet, or pencil holder, or mouse pad!
Man-gifts: leather, wood, bacon, and tools for the great outdoors (or life). We've rounded up 20 gifts that would make any dad proud. Happy Father's Day!
It's time to celebrate the hardworking moms (wives, sisters, and even grandmas) in your life! To help you out in the gift-giving department, we've rounded up 20 stylish gift ideas any lady will love. Happy Mother's Day!
This DIY goes out to all the design-minded, technically inclined, color-loving Mac geeks. You are a beautiful and unique snowflake -- and so is your laptop!
Holy cow, it's December 22nd and you don't have a gift for that person who has everything!! First, take a deep breath; fret not. And then bust out some basic sewing skills and make them a two-toned gadget case!
In celebration of Father's Day and of father's who also happen to be DIYers, I've assembled some cool hand tools that just might have you scratching your head. Can you guess what they are/what they do?
I've noticed that there are two reasons why some kitchen gadgets need explanation. One reason is that they are use-specific for things I don't do or find unnecessary; the second reason is that their designs are so fresh it's hard to see through to their utilitarian nature at first glance. Here are ten such gadgets. Utilitarian yet unique, can you guess what they are? And, yes, some you might find
It's not really called the Alien Food Pod, but it looks very alien. It's simply the Food Pod, available through A + R, an all-in-one cooker, blancher, drainer made out of silicone. Our good friends at ShelterPop
If you're a bit obsessive compulsive about divvying up your pizzas into equal slices, you need the Equalizer, a multi-blade rocker pizza knife. Available in 6" to 20" models, these babies aren't cheap.
Sometimes when I see a new kitchen gadget, I wonder how I've ever lived without it. House Beautiful has put together a list of 'indispensable' what-nots for aspiring chefs. Here are some of my favs. To see the rest, head on over to HB.
So, there still may be snow on the ground, but soon enough, your plants will be going into the ground. Here's nine cool products that may come in handy for you this season.
1. Garden Cart/Lawn Buddy
2. Coil Hose
3. Hose Connectors
4. Watering Wand
5. Multipurpose Electronic Soil Tester
6. Garden Staples
7. CobraHead Weeder
8. Quick-Ties Velcro Tape
9. Compound Action Tree Pruner
This is a guide (as compiled by my brother, the cocktail barman) to the gadgets and goodies that you really need to stock your home bar/cabinet where you keep the booze.
1. A SHAKER
Elliot recommends a Boston shaker, these are the ones with the glass top. They are apparently better than the three-piece 'traditional' shaker. When I asked why this was Elliot stared into the middle distance with a look of abject horror on his face and...