We like fun geeky gear, especially when they have an actual useful purpose (no offense, Funko Pop collectors). So we've decided to revisit our Kitchen Wares guide to find some more nerdy tools/vessels to help up your cooking game.
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Time is a flat, cheesy, circle.
I love the Power Mitt, it's so bad... at thermal conductivity.
The Eldritch Gods AWAKEN (as soon as they have their coffee).
Imbue your soups with all the flavor and tradition of the Scottish Tourism Industry.
Cooler than carbonite.
Thinking about how many Minecraft fans are now old enough to drink just made me want to drink.
It's like I've always said since I was 8, Mario would be way better with knives.
Am I the only one sick of these hyper-sexualized female kitchenware accessories?
"He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector... of my jelly beans."
Now you too can eat sandwiches just like a Cosmonaut!
Finally, I can combine my emotional eating and retro games addictions into one!
Stay in the mug, coffee!
Finally, an object that reflects how scary my obsession with anime and cookies truly is.
A fun way to rehydrate after all that salt from playing LoL.
Get your bread crispier than Anakin Skywalker's limbs/genitals.
The best way to drink your morning mudblood.
I heard the Millenium Falcom made the Kessel Run in less than 12 teaspoons.
I'm sure some of you out there still prefer to eat soup with a mouse and keyboard.
Finally, two of my favorite symbols of female oppression, in one convenient garment!
If you're a big enough fan to question why that's a BARATHEON crown, you might be a big enough fan to own this.
If this helps me cook food that looks like it's from a Ghibli movie, then I'm never taking this off!
You could probably make some kickass ratatouille in this thing.
Cook your breakfast with the help of your favorite demon voiced by Billy Crystal.
Use the force, as well as the leverage, to cut through meat and veggies.
The best weapon to calm your nerves after a 5-hour Dark Souls session.