With a heat resistance of almost 1000°, you can literally put out a fire with these BBQ gloves. They’re also cut resistant, so if you’re as out of control on the cutting board as I am, these gloves are for you. They’re perfect for BBQing, tending the fire, cooking on a wood stove and putting out fires of course. If there’s one gift you should get the BBQ lover in your life, it’s these firefighter-grade BBQ gloves.
This Star Wars R2D2 pizza cutter will slice your pizza like a astromech droid while subtly saving the galaxy. To add to your adrenaline rushf, it’ll also make robot sounds while doing it. It’s an awesomely geeky gift for a pizza loving Star Wars fan.
Express your undivided love for music in the kitchen with these awesome retro record placemats. They’re a creative alternative to traditional LP wall decor, and since they’re made of silicone instead of vinyl, you can even throw ‘em in the dishwasher after a messy meal.
There’s nothing more satisfying than making a drink at home for one fifth of the price you’d pay at the mall. This bubble tea kit includes everything you need for delicious DIY bubble tea. If you’re looking for original party snack ideas, set up a bubble tea station and watch your guests flock over like Canadian geese.
For some reason, laboratory equipment tends to look much cooler in the kitchen than it does in a chemistry lab and this Chemist's Spice Rack is a perfect example of that. Made of wood and glass, the spice rack fits five spice-filled test tubes and comes with a periodic table containing 36 reusable labels for your spices or herbs (example: Rm = rosemary and Gr = ginger). Each test tube is sealed airtight with a green silicone stopper to preserve spices’ freshness and flavour. There are lots of cool and decorative ways to display your spices in the kitchen and this has to be amongst our favorites.