Kitchen Drawer concept packs bachelor’s kitchen into a trolley

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When I think of my dormitory days, creating vacuum seals on keg bungs and bird dogging girls gone wild, I find myself yearning for a sort of culinary Swiss Army Knife: a gadget in which the toaster, waffle iron, skillet, microwave, refrigerator, blender, tea kettle and stove top gloriously converge.

The Kitchen Drawer, designed by Nojoe Park for the Electrolux Design Contest, makes the first plodding steps towards that bachelor’s ideal. The concept packs four kitchen essentials into a small trolley: a hot plate, an electric stove, a dish drawer and a mini-fridge.

Unfortunately, I have a relatively well-stocked kitchen these days, so the practical yang of my soul fights its booyeahing yin: no, I will not buy one of these and tuck it in the small nook to the left of the toilet, along with the toilet brush and the pornography.

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3 Responses to Kitchen Drawer concept packs bachelor’s kitchen into a trolley

  1. Enochrewt says:

    Kind of interesting. I’ve been looking for a countertop dishwasher anyway, and my cooking needs are minimal.

  2. Not a Doktor says:

    Is it vomit-resistant? That is the question.

    I’m sure this would be nice in my montana bomb making shack.

  3. SomeGuy says:

    I find it interesting that there is much hand-wringing commentary over the pink Blackberry Curve post on today’s BB Gadgets but nary a word about the implied sexism in suggesting that this is a product that should appeal to bachelors.

    In fact, they’re only half-way there with this design. They’ll have to build it into a Lazy Boy recliner if they REALLY want my hard-earned $$.

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