Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Apparently it lets you brew 4 cups of coffee in just one minute out of a stainless steel faucet with just a few taps on your iPhone. Not sure about the faucet but the device is killer. No word yet on how much the TopBrewer is gonna set you back but I'm guessing more than you'll pay for coffee over your entire lifetime. Still, it's awesome that shit like this is being thought up and created, no?
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Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams have started a little something special called Feast of Fiction. It's a new weekly web series dedicated to bringing the cuisine of movies and video games into kitchens in the real world. So far they've only done two episodes featuring a Sunlight Soufflé from the game Skyrim and the famous Butterbeer from Harry Potter. Wonder what's next? Maybe something from Alice In Wonderland or Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. Mmm... No pressure guys.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 8:40 AM
I get that this is the cut that was made for TV audiences, but where's the WEB version of The Best Test Drive Ever? You know, the one where you have to consent to being over 18 just to watch it? Where you end up pointing at your screen, your other hand half covering your eyes, mouth gaping open at the shock and awesomeness playing out before you and all you want to do is tell your friends to watch 'cos you can't believe what you just saw through your fingers? Where's that test drive? Because this is the best test drive ever (allowed for the average US TV viewer, by a team of suits sitting around a stained mahogany veneer boardroom table, sipping instant coffee and thinking they understand cool 'cos of a focus group they commissioned one time). Wait. This is the web version? I really do miss the days when CP+P did MINI work.
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