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Explore - Kitchen
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...
Space can be tight in modern kitchens, so it's always nice to find a handy product that will look good sitting out on the countertop if there's no storage for it in the cupboard. Herbs and spices...
The Stages line of kitchen sinks, part of the Chef inspired Collection, was developed in collaboration with professional chefs in order to meet the needs of the serious home cook. The large, deep...
This set of six prep bowls comes included with the Stages 33" and 45" Sinks. Based on the mise en place method of cooking used in restaurants, the prep bowls allow the user to gather all...
We've long admired the teapots on offer from Japanese brand Beehouse—which come in all sorts of classic shapes, sizes, and colors—and when we spotted a sweet collection on display at a...
Handmade in Morocco from locally sourced materials using a traditional, 150-year-old technique, these encaustic cement tiles from Popham Design are durable and non-toxic. We love the bright kelly...
If you are lucky enough to own a candy-colored KitchenAid countertop mixer, this attachment could be a good choice. The size of the bowl is definitely an issue if you have a small or overstuffed...
The lid on this machine has the blade attached, which lowers the risk of misplaced parts, but it also makes for a messy process if you must pull the lid off a few times as you fit the bowl to the...
This Cuisinart model certainly looks like it should outshine its baby brother, with its steel exterior, significant weight, and built-in freezing mechanism. However, it was a disappointment all...
As an activity for kids, this concept is pretty brilliant. They forget that they’re waiting for dessert, they get a little exercise, and when the ice cream is done, they have the satisfaction...
Let this machine be a lesson that the most expensive option is not always the best. We were delighted to discover how well this model stood up to its costlier competitors. The motor is quiet and...
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...
These hand-crafted earthenware cups by Chicago-based Susan Dwyer been individually dipped in yellow rubber, giving them a bit of grip and a burst of bright color.
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...