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Chop Chop

Millercuttingboard

The smart design of the Miller Cutting Board, made of laminated bamboo, includes a removable stainless steel bowl for sweeping away the errant garlic peel or collecting your finely chopped shallots. $28, including three bowls, at Furni. Via outblush.

Listed by Josh Friedland on Nov 29, 2006 in Gadgets | Link | Comments (1) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post

Go Postal

Stamps

The Crops of America postal stamp series created by artist Steve Buchanan is based on photographs of crops indigenous to the Americas -- corn, chili peppers, beans, squashes, and sunflowers. $39 for a roll of 100 at USPS.com. Via bookofjoe.

Listed by Josh Friedland on Nov 17, 2006 in Art and Paper | Link | Comments (2) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post

Tricky Trivet

Propellertrivet

Space-starved New Yorkers, take note: the nifty Propeller Trivet by Danish design firm Menu collapses on its axis, so you can stow it away in a kitchen drawer. I spotted the silicone gadget at at the Milan branch of Italian housewares mini-chain D CUBE, but you can also find it stateside at the Museum of Modern Art. $18 at the MoMA Store.

Listed by Josh Friedland on Nov 8, 2006 in Gadgets, Tableware | Link | Comments (1) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post

Coffee for One

Coffee for One

Why suffer through undrinkable office coffee, when you can make your own individual brew? Perfect for the workplace, the Coffee for One coffee-maker comprises a ceramic french press pot with a matching, stacking mug. One pot brews 14 ounces of coffee. $26 in red, blue, black, and aqua at wishingfish.com.

Listed by Josh Friedland on Nov 1, 2006 in Coffee, Gadgets, Tableware | Link | Comments (1) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post