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Heat Conducting Ice Cream Scoop

Scoop That II is a clever solution to an annoying problem - scooping rock hard ice cream. Using thermodynamics to transfer heat to the edges (Biodegradable liquid transfers heat from the handle to the scoop head), this ice scoop cuts through ice cream like butter thanks to it´s sharper blade and warming handle. No electricity, batteries, or hot water required! The award winning design also features a special coating in the scooping bowl that keeps the ice cream from melting, and a see-through handle that make it a functional work of art.

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360-Degree Rooftop Infinity Pool

UK-based pool manufacturer Compass Pools has revealed plans that are underway to build the world´s first rooftop 360-degree infinity pool to tower above London. Slated to sit atop a 720-foot 55-story building, the 600,000-liter pool is entirely made of cast acrylic, allowing swimmers a clear view of the city skyline, as well as the five-star hotel underneath. The bottom of the pool is also designed to be transparent, so it could act as a skylight. At night it will l...
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WHERE CHEFS EAT 2015

After the huge success of its predecessor, book publisher Phaidon have released the newest version of the Guide to Chefs Favorite Restaurants. The book features recommendations by ore than 600 of the world’s leading chefs, listing their favorite places to eat in all major cities around the world, from neighborhood eateries, burger joints, late-night snacks to high-end restaurants. It´s like having a top chef as your best friend to give you advice whenever you need t...
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INSIDE CHEFS FRIDGES

Inside Chefs’ Fridges is a new book that shows you what goes into the personal home fridges of 40 of Europe’s top chefs(with nearly 60 Michelin stars shared between them), revealing their dependable fridge contents (with illustrations of all 40 fridges), their favorite local ingredients, as well as two of their most treasured home recipes. You also get a list of addresses of each of the celebrity chef’s restaurants. Available in Europe here...
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