• Evernote Launches Two New iPhone Apps: ‘Food’ And ‘Hello’

    Evernote Launches Two New iPhone Apps: ‘Food’ And ‘Hello’

    Today at the Le Web conference in Paris, Evernote is debuting two new applications for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The first one is called Food, and is designed to help people easily save and ‘relive’ all of their favorite meals and food experiences. The second app is dubbed Hello and basically wants it easier for users to remember people after meeting them, as well as… Read More

  • Mobile Dining Apps LocalEats & BiteHunter Announce Partnership

    Mobile Dining Apps LocalEats & BiteHunter Announce Partnership

    Mobile dining apps for foodies on the go, LocalEats and BiteHunter, are today announcing a new content-sharing partnership. Starting now, LocalEats’ users looking for a dining deal will see information from BiteHunter’s deals database, while BiteHunter’s users will see a restaurant synopsis provided by LocalEats. Since both apps are operating in the same space, but are not… Read More

  • Amanda Hesser iPad Cookbook Demo

    Amanda Hesser’s Food52 Launches A Holiday Cookbook On The iPad

    Two years ago New York Times food critic Amanda Hesser and her co-founder Merrill Stubbs launched Food52 to collect and test recipes in an effort to crowdsource a cookbook. It took 52 weeks to research and write the cookbook, but another full year before it was published. By the time they finished their second cookbook (yet to be published), they were convinced there had to be a better way. Read More

  • Recipe Search & Sharing Service Foodily Arrives On iPhone

    Recipe Search & Sharing Service Foodily Arrives On iPhone

    Recipe search engine Foodily is arriving on mobile today, with an all-new iPhone application that will allow users to search recipes while on the go, see what recipes their friends have liked and share their own recommendations via photos snapped with the iPhone’s camera. In addition to the social features, the app provides mobile access to Foodily’s recipe search engine, so you… Read More

  • DIY Sous Vide Cooker

    So you want to make fancy food like all them chefs in them fancy Franch restaurants up in the city there? Do you, fancy boy? Well then you’d best get out into the garridge and start building because me and muther aren’t buying you any Sux Vid cooker for $450 so’s you can cook eggs like some fancy Franch cook. When I was in the army we din’t have food processors, just… Read More

  • Edible Concept: Tetris Sugar Cubes

    I believe I saw something like this a year back that looked like it was created by licking normal sugar cubes and sticking them together, forming tetrads. As fun as that sounds, I’d just as soon have my Tetris pieces fully formed right out of the bag. That’s what this concept from Danil Zdorov aims to do. Read More

  • Another Canon Lens Mug! Want So Bad!

    What is it about lens mugs that gets me? Ever since we first saw that 70-200L thermos, I’ve had lens muggery on the mind. And now that classic Canon lens styling is in a more convenient mug form. It even comes with a lens cap lid! Read More

  • iDish: The iPad as a plate for sushi, steaks and dessert

    The iPad can be used for many things, and Japanese Apple geek Shiinaneko [JP] now shows us how to transform the device into a pretty versatile plate. All you need is protective film for the iPad and an Internet connection. Just access the web, get a picture of a plate that best fits what you want to eat, place your food on top of the iPad screen, and you’re set. Read More

  • Mocca Pearl concept: espresso in the wilderness

    Okay, it’s an egg-shaped version of the Moka Express stovetop espresso thing. So far so good. But how do you pick it up? Read More

  • Full-frame Canoncake is 5Delicious

    Mmm… megapixely. [via PDNPulse, Daily Front Row, Pretty Foods] Read More

  • Low-tech coffee: it's the way to go

    In the kitchen, the gadgets and objects that we use can be roughly divided into two categories: the ones that do something, and the ones that make something easier. It isn’t a judgment on their value, but a simple and fact-based division. A pan, of course, does something, as does a blender. But a Slap Chop or juicer: they don’t exactly have a purpose so much as they take… Read More

  • Pump-action salt and pepper grinders

    There hasn’t been a whole lot of advancement in the salt and pepper industry – UNTIL NOW! Yes, the “Pump and Grind Salt and Pepper Mills” cost $20 apiece and allow you to season your favorite foods with one hand. Read More

  • Ham Dogger: No post title in the world could possibly do this product justice

    Love the shape of hot dogs but hate the way they taste? Hate the shape of burgers but love the way they taste? You’re screwe—NO! WAIT! Pick up the Ham Dogger. It’s eight bucks. Bonus! Use promo code TYLRGIFT to get 15% off. Read More

  • Geek Lunch: Bacon double dog burrito

    For the record, I hate cooking. So if I’m putting a recipe up here you can be sure that it’s something cheap, easy, and quick. Like many self-proclaimed geeks, I eat purely to survive. Inspired by a whimsical little show on the Food Network called Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (I think eating takes too much time, yet I’ll watch shows about food for some unknown reason), this… Read More

  • Cup holder, schmupholder – you need a full tray for your morning commute

    What an odd array of breakfast items in this product shot: Egg McMuffin, sure. Apple juice, okay. Fries? You might be on to something there. Whatever the case, if you’ve been eating food out of a bag while careening down the highway on your way to work maybe it’s time to class things up a bit with this $11 Swivel Car Tray. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 50 piece Chicken McNuggets bucket for $10 this weekend

    Now THAT is a lot of Chicken McNuggets. Like, so many that the Hamburglar might actually consider a) switching briefly to chicken instead of hamburgers and b) paying the $10 instead of going to all the trouble of trying to conceal a gigantic bucket of chicken under his cape. Read More

  • The future, to go: Heinz reinvents the ketchup packet

    My entire life, the ketchup packet has remained a constant. Its saw-tooth edge and slightly bulbous form, enclosing not nearly enough ketchup, is something that, like a grand oak of food package design, you expected never to change. Well, my friends, Heinz has taken the extraordinary step of replacing a product everyone has been satisfied with for decades. And they may have actually improved it. Read More

  • Double patty breakfast sandwich proves that mankind has officially done it all

    We can all stop innovating now. It’s here. The double patty breakfast sandwich. If you’re an inventor, you can lock up your workshop and go home. There’s officially nothing left to improve upon as a society. Unless someone comes out with a triple patty version, that is. Read More

  • Free Wi-Fi at McDonald’s starts today. Buh, buh, bup, buh, bah, I’m lovin’ it!!!

    Ah yes. Nothing better than toting your laptop into McDonald’s and going through a handful of napkins every time you need to type something or move the mouse cursor. The food there is greasy, I guess would be the main takeaway from that sentence. Read More

  • An open letter to the creator of the pretzel dog

    Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Doug Aamoth. I’m a 30-year-old technology blogger originally from the Minneapolis area, now living in Boston. In May of 2009, I had my first pretzel dog in the Philadelphia train station while traveling for business. Shortly thereafter, I purchased and consumed two additional pretzel dogs in New York City’s Penn Station while on another business trip. Read More

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