concrete-kitchen-products

Bringing concrete into the kitchen sounds like a recipe for disaster (pun very much intended) and, perhaps, a very dry biscuit.  Luckily this is not the latest gastronomical craze found in Manhattan’s most avant-garde restaurants but rather the backbone of the kitchen products Culinarium sells.  Normally we’d use concrete for outdoor projects like installing a driveway basketball hoop for way too physical games during holiday get-togethers, but Culinarium uses it to produce salt containers, coasters, towel cleats and other kitchen staples.  Since they use an advanced mixture (unlike the bags we pick up at the hardware store or co-op) the products come out strong but smooth and resemble more of a ceramic than a concrete item.  Plus, because of the way the concrete cures the stuff you pick up will become more durable as time goes by kind of like Mickey Rourke.

LPM-Lock-Pick-Training-Kit-1_576x576

You don’t need to be an international man of mystery for there to be value in the ability to pick a lock. Whether you have a penchant for forgetting your keys or just want to be there for friends and neighbors, learning to pick locks is a worthwhile skill. But that doesn’t mean you should go practicing on your front door; officers might not like that. Instead, get yourself this Lock Pick Training Kit, which includes a set of tools and a see-through padlock so you can watch what’s happening while you practice.