Description: This whimsical pouring vessel is a comical take on the western slang "Sake Bomb". The inspiration is a juxtaposition of the Fugu Fish (Blowfish), the most opulent of sashimi cuts and a WW II sea mine.
The small drinking cups perch neatly on the spines making it a compact entertaining tool. Decanter and 4 cups, comes in a cool box that explains it all. Comes in white. Go below the fold to enter!
We're in the final week of our 2010 Holiday Giveaway. From Monday to Friday of this week, all the remaining gifts will pop up for you to win. After that, it's all over until next year. Check out the freshest crop:
Description: Designed by architect Matteo Thun, ZWILLING ONE has a new semi-curved bolster shape, giving the thumb a safe lead on the blade.
Combined with perfect balance and an ergonomic handle, this provides safe, comfortable and precise cutting. The knife also is made with a new sharpening technology, which produces a slim wedge-shaped blade with a thin edge and a broad back, ensuring better cutting performance. The unique geometry of the wedged blade provides optimum stability and ease. Go below the fold to enter!
Description: Blend a delicious smoothie or thicken a savory soup with ease with the De'Longhi Hand Blender with Variable Speeds. The unique Triblade (triple blade) design delivers quick and efficient results, while offering the benefit of splash-free blending.
Choose from variable speeds to ensure the most efficient chopping and blending of any ingredients. The ergonomic grip with one handed pulse operation allows for uninterrupted, controllable blending. Dishwasher safe parts. Includes chopper, whisk, beaker and extra large pan blender. Go below the fold to enter!
Description: Tahir Mahmood's Mortar & Pestles are made of dalbergia sissoo wood (native to the Indian Subcontinent, often referred to as "Indian Rosewood") and are shaped using the ancient technique of lathe turning.
Inspired by the Punjabi agricultural calendar, the collection of eleven designs is handmade by artisans in Tahir's studio in Lahore, Pakistan. Vibrant colors are created with a sap-based resin and applied with palm leaves. A successful graphic designer, new media artist and product designer, Tahir's work has been featured in numerous publications including I.D. Magazine, Canadian House & Home and the National Post. His work is sold at several retailers in Toronto, at The Future Perfect (New York City) and online at Caviar20.com. Go below the fold to enter!