have gotten bigger, more colorful, and more likely to burn down your house since its conception, but unlike refrigerators
, and microwaves
, this cooking utensil just hasn't gotten much attention
over the years. Enter George Watson, a clever design guru with an engineering heart, who has crafted the best thing since
toasted bread, the Glide. This primarily white ceramic toast cooker boasts a simplified design, a single-feed toaster, and a V-shaped rack to hold the toast for use on the kitchen table. Twin hot plates heat the bread as the motorized unit pulls it through, and a handy button on the front increases or decreases the speed in which it passes -- you know, to satisfy those who like it warm, and those who like it black. Mr. Watson's invention looks to be part of a design competition, thus we're not exactly sure if GE
or Kitchen-Aid has contacted him regarding a deal, but hopefully we'll soon see these things replacing those antiquated versions we're all forced to deal with now.