Looking for a nice location to have dinner with some friends? Ever thought of dining way up high? Above Las Vegas for instance? Here is an innovative idea!
Dinner in the Sky, as you can read on the homepage, is hosted on a table suspended at a height of 160-180 feet by a team of professionals and may accomodate 22 people around the table at every session with three staff in the middle.
By now Dinner in the Sky is available in more than 35 countries worldwide. Curious how the guest get lifted up? Then watch the video from „Sin City“!
Do you like Italian food and pizza is your favorite choice? Soon you can get yourself one in less than three minutes. According to an article on pizzamarketplace.com Let’s Pizza, a European company will be debuting pizza vending machines in the US this summer.
The machine which creates pizzas from scratch was the idea of Claudio Torghel and is distributed by A1 Concepts, based out of The Netherlands.
It „contains a specially developed bag of flour and a bag of mineral water. Every time you order a pizza, the machine will start making the dough, then shape it into a crust, and top it with organic tomato sauce. Next, one of the toppings is placed on top and the pizza is ready for the oven“, A1 Concepts‘ CEO Ronald Rammers says.
Did it ever happen to you? You had someone over for coffee and you asked the person if he likes the coffee with milk and sugar. The answer was: „Milk please and half a spoon of sugar.“ And there you were trying to figure out how to make the coffee not to sweet.
Another example: According to a recipe you had to add half a spoon of something and you asked yourself how can I measure it right. Well, here is the answer, and it is simpler than you might think.
Do you like Oreos? Or any other kind of sandwich cookie? Then you will also like the dipr.
But what exactly is it? The dipr is a spoon that holds your sandwich cookie while you dip it in milk, coffee, or any other liquid. It cradles the cookie by the cream and prevents the cookie from crumbling in the liquid when dunked, Bobby and Julie Haleluk, the creators of the dipr say.
Here you can listen to their hole inventing story:
Do you like barbecues? Steak and grilled chicken… sounds delicious… but did it ever happen to you that you got the wrong piece of meat because the cook mixed it up?
Leslie Haywood can tell you about it. „While sitting down to eat at a dinner party I was hosting, my husband served me an extra hot Jamaican Jerk piece of chicken instead of a mild one because he had forgotten which pieces were which. After this very memorable and very spicy light bulb moment I have felt what I can only describe as a compulsion to insure every American gets what they want – how they want it – hot off the grill“.
The charms come in different boxes. While the steak collection includes the letters R (for Rare) MR (for Medium Rare), M (for medium) and MW (for Medium Well) the spicy collection has designs of peppers representing varying degrees of heat (Mild, Medium and Spicy).
And that´s how it works:
Before you grill, you Grill Charm your meat with the desired charm. While cooking, the grill master knows which ones have to be cooked to which temperature. When dinner comes off the grill, there is no more cutting to find the one you want, no more guess work, or settling for something you don’t like.
You simply look for your Grill Charm. Bon appétit!
Do you like pancakes? As an American you almost have to… Here´s a plate that makes it much easier to enjoy them.
In his quest to create the perfect plate for devouring pancakes, designer Jon Wye broke down the elements of what makes a pillowy stack so comforting. After a lifelong love affair with breakfast, Wye pin-pointed the crux of satisfaction: syrup.
Designed with a raised edge that gently slopes the plate toward the diner and an ingenious reservoir for pooling loose syrup, this plate was made for slicing, dipping and delighting in each bite of pancake goodness. But the best part? This plate enhances any saucy dish down to the last drop.
Can you believe that? To produce dinnerwear you only need two things: fallen leaves and water. VerTerra shows how, because the company´s environmentally-friendly plates, bowls and serving dishes are made from these two ingredients.
The innovative idea was born from the most simple and unexpected encounter. As his car bumped its way down a dirt road in rural India, Michael Dwork saw a woman soaking leaves in water, then pressing them in a crude waffle iron. She pulled out what looked like a plate and served food on it.
Though he can’t remember what he ate, that simple organic plate started Michael on a journey to refine what he saw that day into a stylish, durable and truly environmentally-friendly line of single-use dinnerware.
Founded on the belief that it’s possible to combine high design with the highest standards of environmental responsibility, VerTerra now redefines what stylish, sustainable and compostable disposable dinnerware can be. The company offers a chic touch of nature to each table.
Durable and versatile the dinnerware is lightweight yet sturdy and stands up to hot foods, hot/cold liquids, the hot sun and can even used to bake in the oven, store in the fridge and reheat in the microwave. And since VerTerra is all-natural there are no concerns about plastics, glues, lacquers, veneers or any toxins to leach into foods.