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551. Bright Idea (revisted): the Koku Cutting Board October 4, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product, Video.
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I mentioned the Koku cutting board in a previous post (HERE). Here is a new commercial that does a good job demonstrating it in 2 minutes. By the folks at Everyday Edisons.

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529. Bright Idea: Clipware September 19, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product.
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HumBugg: placing my spatula or spoon on a spoonrest during cooking, forcing me to clean the spoonrest when I am done.

Clipware is a Bright Idea that will save me from that pet-peeve. These cooking utensils attach to any rim, with all drips falling back into the pot or pan. Via YankoDesign.

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528. Bright Idea: Mikoto Knife Blocks September 19, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product.
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This knife block allows you to put all different sized knives in anywhere you please. Made of bamboo, designed in France, made in Vietnam, with a Japanese sounding name. I just wish it were angled (like most knife blocks), to make it more convenient to access the knives when the block is stored on the kitchen counter, underneath the cabinets (which would get in the way otherwise). Buy it HERE; via BLTD.

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507. Bright Idea: the Smiley Bowl September 10, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product.
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Stylish and functional, these bowls by Eva Solo have an area for your munchies, and another partially obscured area for your discards (like pits from olives, shells from nuts and edamame, wrappers from candy, husks from seeds, wings from insects, etc). I don’t think they are for sale yet; via Yanko.

454. Bright Idea: QuickSeals August 20, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product.
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Add a zipper ziplock seal to any bag with a QuickSeal and its adhesive strips. Buy 6 QuickSeals for $1.50, or 20 for $3.50 HERE; via TheBigIdea.

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393. Bright Idea: the Koku Cutting Board July 23, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Kitchen, Product.
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On my Cutting Board 2.0 post (here), a reader kindly informed me that the Everyday Edisons‘ Koku Board has a website. This board has adjustable compartments (removable drawers) with measuring capabilities, a reversible cutting surface, and integrated graters. Check out the website HERE; Buy it HERE ($50).

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