You know those fancy Teppanyaki restaurants where they cook on a hot plate in the middle of the table while throwing knives around?
Well now you can duplicate the experience at home with Cook-N-Dine tables (preferably without the knife throwing – leave that for the experts).
How does it work? well some fancy techno-gizmo heating system causes the special steel in the center of the table to form a concave pit that holds all the food and juices in one area while keeping the surrounding metal table cool.
Want one for your boat? well we’ve got you covered: their new “MarinYaki” boat table features a 20″ x 15″ cooking surface….. just don’t try using it while underway unless you want a pile of boiling hot stir-fry chicken vegetables and sauce dumped in your lap by an unexpected wave.
Teppanyaki style grilling via appliancist
This folding grill is the latest example of not completely thinking through your great new product idea.
It’s a portable grill that you just fold up and carry with it’s convenient carry handles…… carry handles that probably get very hot when the grill has been used recently.
I can see it now, guys get together for an party at the beach, grill some burgers and hotdogs, have a few beers, time to go home, grab the grill, sizzle! time to call the paramedics. Way to ruin a perfectly good party.
I see no massive warning labels on the grill. This is America – I guarantee one of the first 10 owners of this grill will be dumb, burn themselves, and then sue the grill manufacturer.
Currently available for Â£19.99 ($40 + $160 shipping) from gadgetshop.com.
Folding Grill via Dvice
Sharp has created a new type of oven that uses 570 degree fahrenheit superheated steam to melt fat out of food being cooked.
Sharp claims the AX-HC1 Electric Superheated Steam Oven removes 8 times as much fat from a steak than pan frying cutting calories by 13%.
It is only planned to be sold in Japan at the moment, and will cost $1150.
I just hope it doesn’t take away the flavor with the fat!
Press release and scientific mumbo-jumbo
Don’t struggle to open wine bottles, it really ruins the moment , I have used a gadget like this for a couple of years now and it makes opening wine bottles so easy. These used to cost well over $100 but now the Insta-Pull All Metal Gear Wine Opener is just $19.95 at Amazon.com.