Food and Drink
This "Food and Drink" section of our site features all the interesting and innovative food and drink products from around the globe as well as all the products for making, serving, storing food and drink items on InventorSpot.com.
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No holiday is quite the paradox as Easter. Where else can you find the mix of religion and rabbits? Of conviction and confection? Of pastels and pennance? For most of us growing up in America, Easter meant one thing...Easter candy! Today we're looking at the top 5 Easter innovations and not surprisingly, candy dominates the list. We'll be exploring the history and ingenuity behind the quintessential Easter products and learning a little about the holiday itself. So call off that dentist appointment and strap yourself in for a hop, hop, hoppin' good time. read more »
There is a new solar concept that could help you look sexy and keep you cool at the beach without an effort. What is it? It is the Solar Powered Bikini.
Designed by Andrew Schneider, the Solar Powered Bikini is part of his iDrink line. This standard medium-sized bikini with a USB connection provides new and fun possibilities with solar power. read more »
The oven comes with an easy-to-do recipe book that would be a help for first time users.
The reviews of the product are mostly favorable.
The only requirement is a few trails before one gets it right. One needs to turn the food over during cooking to even out the process, inbuilt electronic signals help make the cooking process easy. read more »
Don't worry folks. At that price, you get the entire pie... not just a slice. Whew! That was a close one. Because there are eight slices to a pie and an $8,000 pizza would just be excessive. Don't you think?
The world's most expensive pizza was made by Nino’s Bellissima Pizza. The 12-inch pizza is topped with creme fraiche, chives, eight ounces of four different kinds of Petrossian caviar, four ounces of thinly sliced Maine lobster tail, salmon roe, and a little bit of wasabi to complement all the fish. read more »
The Dog Flask keeps food warm and the water fresh and portable.
Open up the containers for a snack, lunch or drink!
I can already hear the mutts barking with joy. Warm home-cooked meals and fresh water for them too, on your next road trip! read more »
A must-do on every child's list is to play with food. Spinach can transform into ‘yucky mush', peas into footballs, fries and ketchup into bloodied swords...WOWIE!
Who said food is meant to be eaten?
Definitely not a kid. read more »
Have money to burn? How about paying $18,600 for a fork? Alright, you caught me. I'm exaggerating. For that meager price you get a dinner fork, dinner knife, soup spoon, salad fork, and teaspoon. Five entire eating utensils. Wow. I can smell a bargain from a mile away.
Malmaison Classique Flatware by Christofle features sterling silver cutlery with handles trimmed with diamonds of exceptional quality. The collection includes knives, forks and spoons with diamonds embellished in the front and back. read more »
The Gamila Company has created a Tea Stick that promises to bring back the lost joys of tea drinking. Connoisseurs of tea will love this innovative new product. A slim, sleek stainless steel tube with perforations along its body, it is the ultimate infuser for tea enthusiasts. read more »
The Tinchilla Instant Can Cooler works with most 350 ml cans and gets them to ice cold from room temperature in under a minute.
All it requires are two AA batteries and as I mentioned a handful of ice.
The Tinchilla Instant Can Cooler works 240 times faster than a conventional fridge. read more »