There are those who like burgers because they are a quick and easy meal, and then there are those who are burger connoisseurs. The difference? Quick and easy mealers are not bothered by the puddle of grease that gathers beneath their burger. In fact, they will even sop it up with the bun. On the other hand, a burger connoisseur would declare such an encounter a meal-ruining travesty and demand a new burger. Like a bridge over dribbled slaughter, the stainless steel Burger Lift provides the perfect rescue for your sop-sensitive palate . For $15, a backer gets a pair of the sandwich accessories. Expected delivery is August 2014.
Why should smartphones have all the fun? The fork and knife finally have their own dock. For those who want someplace to lay their eating utensils during mealtime that doesn’t involve a napkin, the edge of their plate, or just on the table, Uten-sil Fork & Knife Rest might just make your day. The high-grade plastic and silicone wedge raises utensils slightly above the table’s surface so that there is less mess, potentially also keeping silverware free of tabletop germs. Prehaps the bigger benefit is keeping the tablecloth a little cleaner, assuming, o fcourse, that the utensils don’t get too covered in dropping substnaces such as sauces. For a pledge of at least $10, backers will get a two-pack of Uten-sil in their choice of black or white and an expected delivery of July 2014. Other colors and amounts are available for a higher donation, and it does appear to be a one-of-a-kind idea.
Lazy Susans have a bit of a problem and it doesn’t stem from their lack of exercise. The longer they wish to extend, the wider their diameter must be. That really ground the gears of Witchita’s Nam H. Le, who has enabled more flexible placement with the Puzzo Susan, a system of wooden toothed wheels and connectors that offers more flexibility in terms of placement. As a bonus, the gears act as coasters. Of course, if someone else’s search for Mrs. Dash moves your desired NuSalt out of the way, you’ll just have to wait your turn. A modular product, Puzzo Susan should be past its teething phase in configurations starting at $50 in February 2014