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Proatmeal Kickstarts A Healthier Breakfast

Recently I’ve rediscovered oatmeal as a pretty awesome breakfast staple. I guess when you get older, you’d rather eat stuff that makes you feel good than grease-soaked foods that send you running to the bathroom an hour later. Among the latest and greatest, Proatmeal may have one of those annoying mangled together names, but it’s an organically flavored convenience food, focused on the gluten free and vegan combination of oatmeal and brown rice protein.  Taking a lead from the fitness community, which has mixed whey and oats for years, Proatmeal promises to add great taste where it’s often been lacking. Read More

Tab Your Drinks With The Bevometer

Well, how many have you had — five, 50, or both? Only by incorporating the Bevometer while you’re downing Coke, beer, or Funky Cold Medina, will you be able to tell your totals in one sitting versus all-time totals. That’s right. You can track every beverage you’ve ever had while using this koozie 2.0. You can also monitor the top number to ensure you haven’t had one too many in the present time period. A relatively simple invention but no less appealing, the Bevometer is a great way for individuals to drink more responsibly while also being a reliable scoreboard Read More

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Enhance Beer Flavor With The Sonic Foamer

Most of us who’ve been drinking beer since the first grade know by now that 75 percent of what you taste comes from the smell of the beverage above anything else. The problem with this is that the longer beer has to breathe, the more stagnant it can become. If only there was a way to recharge the gases that give off that intoxicating scent… (You know where we’re going with this.) Now there is! The Sonic Foamer uses ultrasound technology to stimulate beer gasses, resulting in a creamy head almost instantly, wherever you are in the drink. Yep. From Read More

$40 Buy

2010 Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon From Kukeri Wines

Petar Kirilov, founder of, a wine industry website that offers wine-making calculators and industry-specific tools, recently launched his own wine brand — Kukeri Wines — with the first release, a limited production of 2010 Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon. Kirilov has kept output to just 50 cases with each bottle being aged three years in French oak barrels. On the artwork front, you’ll notice a bunch of characters wearing some somewhat scary-looking masks. These are Kukeri dancers, and their masks are designed to ward off evil spirits, celebrate the beginning of the spring, and express their wishes for a good harvest, good Read More

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The Smart Lid Makes Avoiding Coffee Burns Automatic

With more than 500,000 annual burn victims in North America alone, it’s pretty clear that we as a people aren’t going to avoid the high temperature coffee spills on our own. Now thanks to the Smart Lid Indiegogo Project, we have a weapon for fighting back — a lid that changes colors to let you know when a beverage is too hot to drink, and when it is a more manageable temperature. The heat sensitive disposable warns drinkers of the hot contents by changing color to bright red above 118 degrees Fahrenheit (48oC). As the beverage cools, the lid recedes Read More

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Angus Beef Nachos At The Flying Saucer In Nashville

Many people go to Nashville with thoughts of the Grand Ol’ Opry or running in to Nicole Kidman in mind. Not us. If you ever catch us in Music City, we’ll probably have only one thing on our mind, and that’s heading over to the Flying Saucer for a plate of Angus Beef Nachos. We can’t tell you every ingredient that’s in this thing. The restaurant’s Facebook page was stingy with details. However, we can tell you that we’d be happy to inspect it to learn more going from the photo alone. Aside from this brutish plate of beef, you Read More

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The Full Bottle Wine Glass

How big is your wine glass?  Does it look right held aloft in one hand, while the other holds a turkey leg?  If not, you must go bigger with the full bottle wine glass.  Or, if you want to bet your friend Justin he can’t swallow a wine glass full of gold fish, pull out this curiosity and collect your forty dollars. It’s seamless and mouth blown and big enough to hold 750 ml of vino.  It could also be a very sophisticated conveyance for one of those giant sodas from the mini mart.  It could also hold a year’s worth of Read More

$20 Buy

3D Systems Introduces Edibles Through ChefJet Printer

You might think that food from a printer would taste a bit inky and that the paper would require a lot of water to digest. 3D Systems’ ChefJet Printer, however, uses 3D printing technology to make edible treats from sugar, water, and alcohol (for hardening). Professional bakers, cake masters, and high-end restaurateurs and caterers can then use these as decorations and small desserts. 3D Systems unveiled two models of the ChefJet at CES in Las Vegas last week. The regular ChefJet measures 8 x 8 x 6 in., produces monochrome confections, and has an expected retail price under $5,000. The Read More

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