Iron Chef is an innovative cooking competition from Japan. Originally produced by Fuji TV, Iron Chef combined the excitement of a one on one sports competition with gourmet cooking. The title Iron Chef comes from the original Japanese title, Ironmen of Cooking.Nothing is more frustrating than trying to prepare a gourmet meal with knives that can barely slice through warm butter. So why not arm the head chef in your household with cutlery that’s designed to turn food prep into a breeze! The 440 stainless-steel blades on these knives provide an effortless slice, allowing you to dice and chop with a professional touch! And this set has an added bonus: the knife rack also holds a handy wooden cutting board, so you always have a board when you need one. Makes a perfect gift for the Iron Chef fanatic!Set includes:7-in. Professional Chef’s Knife6.5-in Hollow Edge Santoku Knife6.38-in. Usuba Knife6-in. Gourmet Cleaver5.31-in. Hollow Edge Utility Knife13x8x2.25-in. Knife Rack13x8.5-in. Cutting Board
Beanie Babies® are freaky. Unlike normal plush toys, they are not filled with stuffing completely, leaving them limp. Some people call them “roadkill” because of that. They are “born”, like the Cabbage Patch® dolls (which are also freaky) , but then they are “retired”. They brought their founder, H. Ty Warner billions of dollars. Really, billions. He bought fricking Four Seasons Hotel for 275 million. I bet, right now, like Howard Hughes, he is sitting in a penthouse there, his toenails 20 centimeters long, with minions swabbing everything with disinfectant. Ok, I don’t know if he is germophobic like Hughes, but he is definitely just as reclusive. And how in hell did he make so much money with those damn dolls? I know, I know – manipulating supply and demand. But billions??