Keep It Simple, Smart Person
Kitchen gadgets are fun, but they can also be a little overwhelming.
Like, did you know that InstaMegaCook4000 you got for Christmas last year can not only pressure cook, but also air fry, sous vide, can, jar, un-jar, deep-freeze, write sonnets, and administer CPR? That is, if you have the attachments. Because there are always at least thirty-five attachments, some included, some not.
It’s enough to send you into a bit of a panic. Like, was this a smart investment? Are you using it to its fullest capabilities? Is this a metaphor for your life? Are you living up to your potential? Or are you sailing through the years blind-folded, a roiling sea of missed opportunities in your wake?
It’s a lot, right?
But you know what’s not going to give you that kind of anxiety attack? This Mealthy Glass Kettle.
Here’s how it works:
- You put water in.
- You press the button.
- The water boils.
- Cool, now you have boiled water.
Use it to make coffee or cocoa or tea or ramen. It doesn’t care. It just boils water and looks pretty cool doing it.
Now that’s the kind of simplicity we could use a bit more of, don’t you think?