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Tuba Cucina

New item for the environmentally friendly megachef.
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The Tuba Cucina might remind someone of ET: extra terrestial, directed by Stephen Spielberg and written by someone who dosen't get enough credit. Remember that quarantine tube at the end? Yeah. Just take that, put either end on a sturdy stand, make them very easily collapsable, and also give the stands telescopic flexible booms. Now, you can do lots of things with fans set up at the ends of the tube.

On a purely environmental plane, you can vent your dishes from the dishwasher during the summer.

In a culinary vein, you can smoke one dish from the fumes of another. I think this would be particularly fun and creative.

daseva, Sep 18 2007

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       Come again?
awesomest, Sep 18 2007
  

       Cocina?
normzone, Sep 18 2007
  

       This is an electrically assisted wafting machine?
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 18 2007
  

       You'll be needing a wafty crank.
baconbrain, Sep 19 2007
  

       so, does it play music or doesn't it?
k_sra, Sep 19 2007
  

       I thought this might be a new Italian porn star. A bigger one.
bungston, Sep 19 2007
  

       No music, no pornstars...   

       Electrical wafting, yes.
daseva, Sep 19 2007
  

       I was thinking of a vacuum cleaner which had no bag, but used a duct such as you describe and the bernoulli effect to jettison the dust and hair down the duct to somewhere else. The attached duct could be placed out a window, into an attic, into a neighboring apartment, etc.
bungston, Sep 19 2007
  
      
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