Masterpan’s versatile cooking tool gives you two pans in one. One side is a deep grill while the other is a griddle. Both sides have a double layer non-stick coating. The handle comes off for easy cleaning and storage.
Presto’s Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker is easy to carry, transport and clean. It has a capacity of 8 qt and has a see through lid and a whiteboard so you can easily identify its contents. It has four settings and keeps food warm for hours. It does need a 120VAC outlet though.
The June Oven lets you bake, broil, toast, reheat and more in one appliance. It has smart settings that let you fine tune its heat based on the type and quantity of food, which its internal camera can identify. You can even operate it with your voice or via its app.
Brava is a smart countertop oven that lets you cook up to three different kinds of food at different temperatures all on one tray. It heats up to 500ºF in under a second, so preheating becomes a thing of the past. Its control panel can even suggest settings based on your dish.
A compact and portable charcoal grill from Heston Blumenthal’s Everdure line of barbecue kits. The Cube is made from stainless steel with a porcelain firebox. Its chrome handles remain cool to the touch, even while cooking. It has a built-in prep board and storage tray.
By Arnaud’s Kombuis is a tiny but versatile cooking set. It weighs just 2.2 lb and its components nest inside each other when not in use. You get a wood stove, a pot, and a lid that can also be used as a pan. The lid also has a tiny spout for draining liquid.
From the “so obvious, why didn’t we think of it” file, comes a video from food expert Alton Brown, showing us a super simple way to get delicious juice from a watermelon without resorting to slicing it up and sticking it in a food processor. Cue the overly-dramatic music!
Load up Hamilton Beach’s handy countertop appliance with a tortilla, eggs, and your favorite fillings, and in 4 to 5 minutes, you’ll have a perfect (if a little small for our appetites) breakfast burrito. It also can make stuffed pancakes, and cleans up with ease.
Need to defrost meat fast? Sure, you can use the microwave, but that partially cooks food, and can encourage bacteria. The Yeti Touch claims to safely defrost rock-solid meats in half the time of air thawing by using a conductive plate that draws the cold away from foods.
Want to make a dessert that’s sure to be the talk of the party? Ann Reardon of How to Cook That shows us how to create a tasty salted caramel and chocolate cake that looks like a pot overflowing with popcorn. She makes it look easy, but we’re sure it’s not. Full recipe here.
Make a pair of perfect grilled cheese sammies without dirtying a pan with this specialty toaster from Nostalgia Electrics. Simply place buttered bread and cheese in the baskets, and you’ll have two tasty, crispy sandwiches in minutes. Add some meat or veg for extra deliciousness.
GoSun’s latest product is a significantly lighter and smaller version of its highly efficient solar stove. The GoSun Go heats up to 500ºF (260ºC), enough to cook up to 14oz of food or heat 400mL of liquid in 20 to 30 minutes. It comes with a shock absorbing case and a kickstand.
It’s hard to resist popping bubble wrap. The stuff is great for packing breakables too, but we’d never suggest using it to pull a hot pan out of the oven. Fred & Friends‘ bubble wrap oven mitt is made from heat-shielding silicone, so you won’t get burned. Sadly, it’s not poppable.
Today’s cotton candy is made by heating and spinning sugar using a motor. Eater host Clifford Endo is here to show you how to make it the old fashioned way, using a technique similar to noodles, hand-pulling inverted sugar to make thousands of hair-thin sugar strands.
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