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Explore - Kitchen
A strong and unique-looking blender, with 600 watts of power, a 56-ounce glass jug, one simple push control button, and nice cord storage.
600 watts of power in a stainless steel or matte-black finish base, with a 50-ounce glass container. Includes a built-in five-minute timer.
Five speeds, multiple color and finish options, and clean touch-control pad. Includes extra-long ice-crushing blades and a handy speed-control guide that walks you through which speed to use when.
Manual piston machine made of chrome. Takes ground coffee.
Manual piston machine made of triple-plated chrome. Takes ground coffee.
Semi-automatic machine with a brass boiler. Takes both ESE pods and ground coffee. Available in a wide range of colors.
Semi-automatic machine made of heavy-gauge stainless steel. Takes ground coffee.
Super-automatic machine made of ABS plastic. Takes whole beans and ground coffee.
While their hand-drawn graphics may depict the most delicate of dandelions, these vinyl coasters from Brooklyn-based Simrin can withstand beading from any beverage you choose.
Encouraging your guests to use a napkin instead of the tablecloth might be as easy as putting out the (recycled) paper goods in this stainless steel holder from Alessi. It’s guaranteed to get...
Doing the dishes by hand may be tedious, but drying is an even more precarious affair, balancing sopping saucers on slippery platters and bowls. One false move and your game of culinary Jenga...
This ingenious mug handily brings together what is, perhaps, the greatest, most comforting, and perfectly delicious duo of our time: tea and biscuits. Eliminate the need for a pesky plate! Just...
City dwellers that we are, 15,000 BTUs would more than cover our pasta pot–boiling and pork chop–searing needs. We like the spartan feel of the design, but to be truly nit-picky, the...
Induction technology heats the pot with magnetic energy rather than firing up a cooking surface. It is impressive, but we’re not entirely sure it’s worth the cost. That said, a report...
Knobs continue to be the big issue with cooktops. Miele’s six-burner model offers the preferable control panel on the side—but who really needs six burners? We like that Miele offers a...
No knobs to contend with here, but the elaborate electronic interface might prove challenging while dealing with an boiling-over pot. The Zonesmart technology, which senses the size of the...
For the cookie connoisseur who believes that a baked good deserves better display than a paper plate, this tray should give your chocolate chips and snickerdoodles the proper presentation. It's...
Perform a cool culinary balancing act with these silicone spoons and spatulas. Their notched handles rest on the rim of your hot pot or pan, allowing you to taste, stir, and taste again without...
Don’t let their thick skins fool you: Bananas are a delicate bunch, easily bruised on the road to ripeness. Banish the big brown soft spots with this special Split (sans ice cream) from Umbra...
Do not adjust your magazine. The Technicolor graphics on this porcelain bowl are just a test of the Emergency Breakfast System. For Origo’s tenth anniversary Alfredo Häberli remixed the...