This Bugatti Toaster Costs 1K, But It Can Cook Steak and Shrimp

And more awesome stuff other people did on the Internet today.

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.

Photo: Gizmodo

Photo: Gizmodo

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]



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