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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 to book a reservation...

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WATERMELON TAP KIT

At your next backyard summer BBQ or party, wow your guests with this cool watermelon tap kit! The setup process is fairly easy, simply cut off the top and bottom of your watermelon, hollow it out, make a hole for the tap with the included stainless steel coring tool, and you´re good to serve your favorite alcoholic concoction or other refreshing beverage with the one-of-a-kind drink dispenser. Also ideal for use on a hollowed-out pumpkin. Available for purcha...
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ARCTICAN

Meet your new best friend - Arctican, it keeps cold cans cold for up to 3 hours! Arctican keeps 12-ounce drinks cold without making your hands cold. Simply freeze the cooling core, twist it on and enjoy ice-cold drinks for up to 3 hours even out in the sun. The magic is possible thanks to the 2-layers of vacuum insulated steel and the twist-on cooling core filled with proprietary freezing gel that keeps drinks colder, longer. Never deal with lukewarm drinks and swea...
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PANTONE HOTEL | BELGIUM

Whether you´re a Plastic Artist, Architect, Designer or Advertiser, you´ll probably already be familiar with Pantone. The Pantone global color authority has announced several interesting projects to disseminate the hue and brightness of  their colors ... one example is this wonderful hotel in the region of Brussels, Belgium. The Pantone Hotel was designed by architect Olivier Hannaert, while the colorful and flashy decor was by interior designer Michel Penneman...
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