For those of you out there that like to cook, here's a little something to help determine if the meat that someone slaps on your grill is safe to eat. With the push of a button the SensorfreshQ Freshness Meter will let you know if meat is fresh (green light), must be used soon (yellow), or nasty (red). Apparently red is defined as when "the bacteria colony count exceeds 10 million colony forming units per gram." I don't know what that means but it sounds frightening. As a side note, I tested my meat and got the yellow light, so time is limited ladies - to the basement (but be quiet, my mom is sleeping).
Electronic Meat Sniffer [Cooking Gadgets]
This is a pirate treasure chest BBQ grill made by Etsy seller firesculptureart. You may even THINK it's a pirate chest, but it's not, it's just a grill that LOOKS like a treasure chest. *shaking finger* Tricky, tricky! One time I found a gold coin on the beach. "That was... / Continue →
The $70 Grill Alert Talking Remote Thermometer is a talking remote thermometer for your grill. You just jam the temperature probe in your choice of meat, push some buttons, and then sit in a hammock and guzzle beer while deliciousness deliciousizes itself. When the meat reach... / Continue →
Spotted at QuakeCon 2008, some guy modded his computer to fit inside a barbecue grill. It (as if you couldn't tell) is the awesome. I especially like how the cooling fans glow to simulate fire. Nice touch. Now I dare someone to slap their meat on it.
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