Anyone who cooks knows that many recipes call for a precise amount of water. Normally that means busting out the measuring cup, but with this slick faucet that chore is history....
Water-filtering pitchers such as Brita Pitchers have become all the rage over the past few years, as they're a relatively inexpensive way to filter the crap out of your tap water. But is there an even better way to filter your water? Maybe!
What if you could carry your dishwasher like a briefcase? Or if your fridge was mounted on the outside of your home? How about a dishwasher you stick in the mud? It all sounds pretty crazy, but these four designers...
I don't spend much time standing in front of my refrigerator. But you know what? When I am, I'm certainly not being entertained. the R&R Refrigerator 2 fixes that.
Nobody likes soggy, undertoasted toast. In fact, you could call undercooked toast a toast emergency. And what do you do in an emergency? You call the paramedics.
This fancy food scale will not only tell you how much a portion of food weighs, but also what the nutritional value is of nearly 2,000 foods when they're placed on its surface.
What happens when you let engineers into the kitchen? They completely reinvent the way cooking is done, at least judging by these concept kitchen devices by the MIT Media Lab.
You know how on Star Trek Captain Picard is always going up to his replicator and coming away with tea, mug and all? Well, MIT's "Cornucopia" food printer won't create the plate, but it is designed to build you a meal from the ground up to exact specifications.
Growing your own vegetables is fun, healthy and saves money at the grocery store. The problem is, you need a garden, which makes it tough to do if you live in an apartment.
This is Russian designer Yuriy Dmitriev's take on the future of the humble refrigerator. Forget everything you know about fridges with shelves and doors and cooling. You don't need any of that. You just need a creepy green gel.