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Explore - Kitchen
An ideal tool for prepping instant coffee, tea, oatmeal and ramen in seconds—particularly in a crowded office kitchen around lunchtime. It dispenses up to 60 cups of 190°F water every hour.
An undercounter double-basin sink boasts a nine-inch depth—nice and roomy for stockpiing dirty dishes when you're not quite ready to end the dinner party, but want to make room for dessert.
Done with the dishes? This flat-pack plastic rack will keep your plates and bowls aligned while they dry. Excess water drips off into the draining tray, which can be easily poured from the small...
If we lived it Portland, it would be tough not to spend a lot of time browsing the wares at Elsa + Sam, a local dishware boutique featuring most anything you could possibly need (or want)....
It's Friday (huzzah!), and we resolutely plan on spending the afternoon daydreaming about a leisurely weekend brunch spent in pajamas with the paper and a fresh brew. Bauer's classic 32 ounce...
Can the shape of a spoon enhance your enjoyment of a home-cooked meal? Cutlery maestro David Mellor's modern Odeon collection is a classic set of stainless steel pieces, sure to make eating in a...
This updated kitchen classic enhances the cooking process by evenly distributing heat and locking in the optimal amount of moisture. With ergonomic handles and an advanced interior enamel that...
If you enjoy the experience of preparing food as much as you do the meal at the end of the process, an Aga might suit your tastes and habits perfectly. The cast-iron cooker is always at the ready,...
Okay, we'll admit that it's pretty rare that we'll pop the cap off a beer we can't finish. In the rare occurance we decide to save some for later, this nifty little bottle opener will not only open...
Finally, a Turmeric jar for the numerically inclined. These earthenware containers come numbered zero to nine, each with a cork top to keep your spices fresh and countertops in order.
Repurpose your used glass jars into a brand new set of functional kitchen containers. Each set of tops comes with five different types—sugar, milk, chocolate/flour sprinkling, oil/vinegar and...
Just a quick glance at this bright timepiece-and-timer help let you coordinate how much longer the turkey needs in the oven and when the guests will begin to arrive for dinner. Bai design has a...
This beautiful glass piece looks a bit like a unique carafe, but is, in fact, a dropper designed for doling out soy sauce. Simply cover the little hole at the top of the bulb with your fingertip...
Too hungry to take the time to heat up your leftovers? Pile these melamine plates high, and you can just pretend your food is coming straight off the gas cooker coils (turkey sandwiches taste...
Is that a little devil in your pocket, or are you just happy to see beer? Alessi's Diabolix is a playful bottle opener that will easily pop off a cap with a bite and a smile.
It has that postwar appliance feel, without the fickle temperature ranges and funky old wires. Three years in the making, the Big Chill Retro Stove joins the Boulder, Colorado–based company...
These porcelain and cork salt and pepper shakers were named for the latitude where Denmark meets Norway, but designed for the dining table at the intersection of mashed potatoes and green beans. We...