Sur La Table: Expensive, Accidentally Sexy Cookware

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Yup, it's a second Today In Catalogs. (We couldn't resist). Now up: Sur La Table, the culinary/cookware retailer that likes to think of itself as the "Art And Soul Of Cooking." We just got the holiday edition of the catalog, and after taking a quick glance, began to notice that the company is shilling kitchen items that could easily be confused for sex toys. (So it's all the funnier that Sur La Table is a fave of Oprah, and on a few occasions, her audience members were even "treated to gift bags filled with products" from the company.) After the jump, our dirty minds assign different, ahem, uses to upscale cookware.

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Cuisanart Smart Stick Stainless Steel Hand Blender or Electric, rechargeable vibrator with clit tickler and vulva-caresser attachments!


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Crystal decanter or G-spot stimulator glass dildo!


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Cookie press or Suction pump (for him)!


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Barware set or Over-sized bullet vibe with various attachments!


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Crystal decanter or Double-penetration glass dildo for anal and vaginal insertion!


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Holiday spatulas or Holiday spanking paddles!

DISCUSSION

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sabbaticalplease

@hortense: I know. Me too. I just say it phoenitically (sp.) because I can't handle unnecessary accents(I think it comes from the embarassing way my grandma rolls her letters when she says ordinary places in CA like San Jose and Santa Rrrrosa.) I just say table and my mom corrects me every time— I know mom, I took 8 years of french, just can't do the tab-lah when it's right next door to The Gap.