Elevate your food game with the 5.5 quart Smithey Cast Iron Dutch Oven, a versatile lidded hero for slow-cooking, roasting, frying, baking, and mastering an open fire. Made in the USA, Smithey crafts heirloom-quality cookware that gets better over time, withstanding heavy-duty use and 700ºF temps without chipping or staining.
The makers of the Aleman pocket knife are back with another beautiful knife design. In the interest of sustainability, these knives have blades made from reclaimed antique sawmill blades and handles crafted from whiskey barrel oak and abundant Manitoba maple. Choose from a 13cm long Utility or 18cm Santoku knife.
Do like the restaurants do and cook your meats, eggs, and veggies on a smooth flat top griddle. Steelmade’s kitchen accessory converts regular cooktops into a single cohesive surface for quick and easy cooking, deliciously crispy foods, and clean up without pots or pans. They also make wood covers that double as cutting boards.
This all-in-one kitchen appliance combines a grill, griddle, and air fryer. Its grill heats up to 500ºF for searing foods, and its hood can be used open or closed for different kinds of heat distribution. Its air fryer has a 4 qt. basket for crispy, low-fat fried foods, and its grill grate is large enough to cook six steaks at the same time.
Everstt’s unique pot is ideal for small kitchens with limited storage. It works as a conventional lidded pot, as well as a steamer, fryer, grill pan, and dutch oven by reconfiguring its various parts. And since it’s made from triple-seasoned cast iron, you can even use it over a campfire at temperatures up to 700ºF.
Most kitchen timers are pretty boring. But maker VALiMA wanted something unique and modern, so they set out to create a high-tech timer that looks more like a weapon from a science fiction movie than something you’d have lying around your kitchen utility drawer. We love the clicky sounds it makes as it spins.
Do you like your birthday cake with lots of layers? Then you need a proper tool to cut through all that cake and icing. Fred’s handsaw-shaped cake cutter should do the trick quite nicely while adding a fun new item to your kitchen toolbox. Its gently-serrated edge also makes quick work of heads of lettuce.
If you’ve ever been to Hong Kong, you’ve probably encountered food vendors selling these deliciously chewy bubble waffles. Now you can make them in your own kitchen with the MasterChef bubble waffle maker. It has a non-stick cooking surface and makes beautifully-textured waffles in less than 5 minutes.
This stainless steel kitchen knife features a non-stick copper coating and a unique cutout design which reduces friction and keeps food from sticking to its blade. It has a heat-resistant non-slip handle, and its blade never needs sharpening. Save an extra 20% in The Awesomer Shop through 12.31.21 with code CYBER20.
Need to cool down drinks for guests in a hurry? The InnoChiller is a cooling accelerator that can take a six-pack from room temp to chilled in just 12 minutes. Its high-speed fan and wind tunnel work in concert with your freezer or refrigerator to speed up cooling. It has various program lengths for different drink containers.
The air fryer is one of the greatest kitchen inventions of all time. The TurboFry doubles your air frying capabilities with its two 4.5 quart cooking baskets so you can cook more at the same time. Each one has its own time and temperature controls and can be synchronized to finish cooking at the same time.
This circuit board-inspired glass cutting board is a great kitchen accessory for tech geeks. Unlike an actual motherboard, it’s perfectly smooth, so you don’t have to worry about getting bits of onion stuck in the electronics. If the circuit looks familiar to you, that’s because it’s based on the board inside the classic Sinclair ZX81 PC.
Johnsonville’s 3-in-1 indoor grill features interchangeable non-stick plates for cooking up brats, breakfast links, and sausage patties. Its cutouts ensure each piece is perfectly seared on every side. It makes minimal mess and cleans up easily with its dishwasher-safe plates and tray.
Upgrade your kitchen game with this set of eight Japanese knives. They’re crafted from 7Cr17 high-carbon steel, honed to a 15º blade angle for razor-sharp cuts. Their Pakkawood handles have an elegant look and resist warping even if exposed to moisture. An etched pattern gives them the look of Damascus without the high price.
Robinson Foundry crafted this useful brass kitchen gadget using a 3D printed measuring cube as a starting point. Like some of his other creations, he used the “Lost PLA” method to create a ceramic mold around the 3D print and then melted away the plastic. We wonder how accurate it is compared to the original.
Add flavor to butters, oils, honeys, and more with this easy-to-use countertop appliance. Place herbs in the Power Pod tray, and let its automatic time and temperature controls do the work. One Power Pod holds up to 8 grams (1/4 oz.) of herbs, and you can add a second to double your infusion strength.
Kitchen Knife Skills 101 teaches that the proper grip is to pinch the blade for maximum control instead of the natural habit of using a straight forefinger. Fiskars’ stainless steel Summit Knives make the optimum grip automatic by moving the pinch-zone up and away from the blade to the handle. Sold in a four-piece set.
Cooking food on a grill can improve its overall taste and make it more healthy by elevating it out of its grease. This lightweight accessory transforms any skillet into a cast iron griddle, producing beautiful sear marks on meat and veggies. You can also use it atop a campfire for outdoor cooking.
This countertop machine quickly turns food waste that would have gone into the trash into compost you can use in the garden. Its electric motor helps break down foods into a nutrient-dense fertilizer in as little as 2.5 hours. Just dump in your leftovers after dinner, and use them to feed your plants the next morning.