Gadgettes Podcast 156: The Gourmet Gadgette

It's hard to keep us out of the kitchen, for no other reason than we just really enjoy food! Today we offer up a dilectable assortment of gourmet gadgets.

It's hard to keep us out of the kitchen, for no other reason than we just really enjoy food! Today we offer up a dilectable assortment of gourmet gadgets.

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EPISODE 156

Cocoon Cooker Grows Meat In Your Kitchen (thanks Bill!)

Ultrasonic dishwasher cleans your plates with waves of sound (thanks Sam!)

Ravi cools wine at the very moment it is poured

Cosentino turns minerals and woods into truly unique surfaces

LED Grabbing Tool Picks Valuables From Where Fingers Fear To Tread

Taylor Digital Measuring Cup Scale

A Propos (of) Nothing
Twelve Sided IQ Pentagon Puzzle

Bling RX
Swarovski Light Sock: The Chandelier Re-Imagined? (thanks Dr. Karl!)

It’s About (tool) Time
Ora watch (thanks everyone!)

It’s Potty Time
A bidet wherever you go

PRETTY
Piet Indoor Stove by Fredrik Hyltén-Cavallius

E-MAIL
The better mousetrap from Hammacher Schlemmer

And I quote: “the receptacle holds up to 10 mice before it has to be emptied.”

ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Have you ever smelled that one dead mouse that crawled behind the baseboard & died. Now multiply that by 10. Ewww!

Susan the tech from VA


Mes Gadgettes,

I am neither a doctor nor a woman so I am, of course, ideally suited to comment on the various offerings in the recent “Lady Parts” episode.

Toradol tampons?

Well, Toradol is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to relieve moderately severe, acute pain with side effects including ulcers, internal bleeding and fluid retention. Not to be used for more than five days in all, by the way.

Somehow, it doesn’t sound like a good idea to park this drug anywhere near your reproductive system any time of the month.

And don’t get me started on Latisse. Hypotrichosis sounds like another made-up “disease” to be cured with an “off label” drug use.

Remember, Thalidomide? It was prescribed to pregnant women to prevent nausea and how’d that work out?

But the rest of the show was a gas as usual.

Michael in Akron

 

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