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Chefjet 3D Dessert Printer

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Of all the goodies at CES, the Chefjet 3D Printer was probably the one we wanted to sneak back on the plane with us the most. It’s a game changer. The series of printers (one is a monochrome, countertop version and the other is a Pro model designed for professional pastry chefs) print 3D edible sweets that look like works of art. The printable materials come in a range of flavors (we tasted chocolate, sour apple, and mint and each tasted like a slightly more granular Pixy Stix . . . meaning they’re delicious) and each Chefjet comes with a digital cookbook so you can master the device. No exact pricing yet, but the countertop version should come in below $5,000 and the Pro below $10,000. The only issue: The desserts look so good you don’t want to eat them.

The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather
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For those who find attention-grabbing brogues and ornate details a bit too flashy but who still want a pair of attractive, well-made dress shoes, The Martin Wholecut is the answer. Handmade in Italy out of a single piece of Italian calfskin leather, the rich, supple dress shoes feel exceedingly comfortable and look sleek without being over the top. Each is outfitted with a leather lining, a matching leather sole, and is even painted by hand. Plus, thanks to the Blake construction, The Martin Wholecut Oxfords feel light and flexible.

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