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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Gama Go Brings Cute Overload to The Kitchen

Posted By on Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 2:00 PM

click to enlarge Pot holder and Buddha butter dish by Gama Go.
  • Pot holder and Buddha butter dish by Gama Go.

Gama Go should seriously not be allowed to have such cute products. It's like a willful impulse buy-provoking temptress. And nowhere is this San Francisco company more guilty of cute overload than in the kitchen department. Any one of the items ($8-20) would make for a memorable, lighthearted, and totally original holiday gift.

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It's unlikely that someone will buy themselves a Buddha butter dish or a pot leaf pot holder, but chances are you know someone who needs one of these items. If not, you know someone who would appreciate an Eighties rock guitar spatula, a telephoto lens-shaped kitchen timer, or a unicorn corkscrew. A unicorn corkscrew, for heaven's sake.

Be sure and look beyond the kitchen section as well for related items. We're particularly coveting the vinyl record-shaped coasters, if anyone's in the gifting spirit right now.

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