Georges Braque would have loved the tiny ice cubes that come out of the lid of this plastic box, but then he was a cubist. You'll like them just because they're cute. Pop (20) 15/16" cubes out of the tray, then store them underneath in the 7" x 6-1/4" x 4-1/8" plastic box.
Folding Frying Pan
Sound like something you’d see on TV at 3 a.m.? Too right, you insomniac. This non-stick steel omelette pan is 9” across before you fold it in half so you don’t have to try to flip your omelette and get gooey eggs all over the stove and wall again. Also comes with a trio of poached-egg holders in a tray. Very minimal assembly required and you may need to wiggle/bend it a bit to make it flush. (Surplus!)
We’ve never seen it on TV, but it ought to be there. Push down on the 8” wide plastic handles to activate one of the (4) cutting, slicing, dicing, chopping blade inserts and Robert’s your mother’s brother in the reducing-veggies-to-small-pieces game. The vegetables will never have a chance. Dishwasher safe and it skwooshes down to just 2-3/4” tall for storage.
We’ve all seen coffee cups designed to look like toilet bowls, but this, we are proud to say, is easily the most dignified, tasteful toilet-bowl in the world. In white ceramic (much like the real thing) it’s 5.75” tall x 6” wide and holds 14 oz. Nice big grip under the tasteful tank, too. Sorry, no discount for a service for 8.
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