Without the oven mitt, fingertips would be forever singed, palms would bear the wounds of meals made over a hot stove, and handling hot pots and pans would be an act of faith. Fortunately, these cotton gloves not only protect your hands from the perils of preparing food, but look cool hanging off the side of the oven or fridge when they're off-duty. Envelop has a bunch of great designs to choose from.
A departure from the traditional silver gravy boat, Ikea's modern rendition is more like a tea pot—and will hold up to 24 ounces of the good stuff. The best part: its double walls will keep the gravy warm throughout the meal so they'll be no need to run to the microwave or turn on the elements again.
A Carrara motif is applied to fine bone china for this delicate take on the trend.
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 palettes of the otherwise horizontally inclined line with a slight vertical adjustment.
The journey from cutting board to cooking vessel is often treacherous, but Chop 2 Pot by Joseph Joseph will ensure all of your freshly diced veggies stay off the kitchen floor. With a quick pinch of the handle, the sides of the colorful cutting board flip up and smoothly guide chopped food down the handy chute. Available in various colors and sizes.