Thank you, Gizmodo, for introducing us to the Bugatti of toasters, literally. The “Bugatti Noun” is a toaster made out of glass and chrome, and if you want one in your kitchen you’ll have to cough up $1,000.
The high-end kitchen appliance scraps traditional heating elements for semiconductors that are embedded in the glass. The toaster, which is operated through a smartphone app, is designed in a way that allows you to cook basically anything, as long as you put it in a heat-resistant bag.
The Bugatti toaster will be available in the US at the beginning of 2015.
Here’s more interesting stuff we came across today:
Man stabs Taiwanese shop owner 150 times in the neck with a chopstick [The Shanghaiist]
Jellybean milk is a thing [Fox News]
A look at how an Argentinian ranch has maintained the old ways of managing grass [The Perennial Plate]
A pizza chain in New Zealand has put up a controversial billboard plastered with real rabbit pelts [Eater]
10 Clever ways to reuse stale bread [Foodbeast]