FF: The English Muffins of Stone & Skillet

stoneIf you think you have ever eaten an English muffin and have never had an English muffin from the fine folks at Boston-based Stone & Skillet

…then I can honestly say you have never really had an English muffin.

Seriously, the English Muffins of Stone & Skillet are THAT good.

Find the English Muffins of Stone & Skillet here.

So did I win a prize for the post with most uses of the words “English muffin”?

Learn more about Stone & Skillet here.

FF: The Wooden Pelican Stir Stick from the Lettered Olive

peliMeanwhile, the fine folks at Lettered Olive produce some very fine Letterpress Invitations – which is their core business. However, they also make a line of wooded “stir sticks” – like the Wooden Pelican Stir Stick – which I just love.

About The Wooden Pelican Stir Stick from the Lettered Olive:

“These rectangle wooden stir sticks feature a custom hand drawn local pelican printed in grey. Every hostess needs them on their bar. Sold in a set of 6.”

Find the Wooden Pelican Stir Stick from the Lettered Olive here.

See the Letterpress Invitations and other fine products from Lettered Olive here.

FF: Flic – “the Wireless Smart Button”

flicOk, I don’t know how to describe this find, just that I think it has the potential for being really cool or being a total bust – the “wireless smart button” called Flic.

Basically Flic, from the Sweden-based Shortcut Labs, is a button that you can program to do just about any function your smart phone operating system (or other operating system). Thing like – hit the Flic button and dim your lights, take a picture, unlock your doors, or whatever else is controlled by your various devices.

Like I said, could be really cool…

Learn more about the “wireless smart button” Flic here.