While Tori Spelling’s marriage may be going down in flames, that doesn’t mean her meals have to do the same. Though her husband Dean McDermott is a scoundrel, he’s actually a pretty good home chef and host of the Canadian “Chopped.” One tool of the trade is a low-grease multi-cooker, the T-Fal Actifry, which McDermott used on the May 6 episode of “True Tori.” This nifty gadget also won over Kerri Washington, Marc Forgione and Michelle Trachtenberg. Bed, Bath and Beyond. $199.
With his twins growing like weeds, Nick Cannon’s memories are passing him by daily. That’s why the TV personality — sometimes referred to as Mr. Mariah Carey, but not to his face — iIs storing all his photos and videos with a new device called LyveHome which is powered by the Lyve app. The high-capacity device features new technology that gathers a consumer’s collection (from every and all devices) and organizes it into one master index. $299; www.mylyve.com
Saturday is, hands down, the best day of the week. And it just got better over at the Mondrian South Beach, which has rolled out a Do-It-Yourself Bloody Mary Bar to accompany its indulgent so-called “Dig In” brunch. The smorgasbord style table is stocked with everything you need: fruits, pickles, jalapeños and olives and a variety of hot sauces. A few trips to the DIY station and you’ll forget how bad your week was. Reservations: 305-514-1940.
For $285, it better smell good. We would expect no less from Giorgio Armani, whose new Prive unisex fragrance Myrrhe Imperiale was “inspired by the legendary gift of kings,” reads a release. No wonder the celebrities love it. With notes of pink peppercorn, saffron and (toned down) myrrh, this is one perfume that leaves an impression. 100 ml bottle. At counters or www.giorgioarmanibeauty.com.