The smart pitcher from Brita does more than just remove the toxins and microbes from your drinking water, it also tracks your water intake and orders its own filter replacements through Amazon’s Dash Replenishment service.
As long as you’ve got a gas stove in your kitchen, this stovetop pizza oven will turn you into an at-home pizza chef. Its domed design quickly reaches a cooking temp of 600-degrees to cook your 12-inch homemade pies in just 6 minutes. It features a steel base & hood and comes with 2 cordierite pizza stones, ensuring crispy crust every time.
If it’s hot, put one of these under it. These Brooklyn-made cast concrete trivets will protect your counter or table when you’re slanging hot treats fresh out of the oven. They’re sealed with a non-toxic food safe sealer and have cork pads on the bottom. They store neatly in a nesting stack.
Featuring black zirconium dioxide ceramic blades, which are stronger than white ceramic ones, Keramikus brand offers three styles of their bacteria-resistant kitchen knives, one for slicing, one for chopping, & a small paring knife. All feature black faceted handles for a secure, comfortable grip.
The PrimaDonna Elite is the first “smart connected bean-to-cup coffee machine.” It can create hundreds of different drinks and it stores your preferences. Queue-up your desired drink on the app or the unit’s color touchscreen with custom controls for the taste, aroma, temperature and quantity of coffee you want as well as the density, creaminess, temperature and quantity of the milk.
Maybe you don’t eat breakfast burritos very often but that would change if you had this thing. It cooks your eggs & tortilla at the same time & has ’em ready in 5. It also makes omelets, stuffed pancakes, crepes, personal pizzas and more.
Pico is the automatic coffeemaker of brewing beer. Using pre-made ingredient kits called PicoPaks, it couldn’t get any easier. You pour in the pak, add water and wait. 5-7 days later, your beer is done & you’re a home-brewer. Another funded Kickstarter.
Keurig has turned their beverage automation expertise to soda. The Keurig Kold system turns out carbonated drinks with the push of a button & works much like their coffee makers: fill it with room temp water, pop in a capsule, and it dispenses cold, fizzy Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, and other drinks instantly. Unlike Sodastream machines, Keurig Kold requires no CO2 canister.
This Japanese toaster oven has something the others don’t: a unique humidifying function that makes all your toastables soft & fluffy on the inside while giving them the crunchy toasted exterior you crave.
Will you cook the meal or clean up after? If you had the Master Pan, you’d always pick the latter. It’s a large non-stick skillet with compartments for all the items on your menu, so when dinner is done, there’s only one pan to wash. Yes, please. via
Unlike regular ice, nugget is easily chewable and absorbs flavor in addition to keeping your drinks nice & chilled. The Opal nugget icemaker is a sleek, countertop machine that will make nuggets with the push of a single button at the rate of 1 pound per hour.
June is a high-tech countertop oven. It has a quad-core NVIDIA K-1 processor, a 1080p HD camera & it’s wi-fi & app connected. All these features make it easier to cook for yourself, as in, the camera watches your Bagel Bites so they don’t burn & sends you an alert when they’ve reached optimal golden-crispyness. Now you’re a chef.
Made for hot or cold drinks, the design of the Haori Cup brings together two traditional Japanese crafts. The cup is made of Japanese clay, the key ingredient in Hasamiyaki porcelain and wrapped with a bentwood cedar sleeve through a process called Hakata Magemono. The result is a simple, elegant & stackable vessel for your drinks.
Ikawa is the world’s first digital micro-roaster, a compact countertop unit that allows you to roast your own coffee at home for maximum freshness & flavor. The Ikawa App provides roasting recipes for a variety of beans that the company offers for delivery or use your own beans to create a custom homemade roast. A funded Kickstarter project.
You could call it a “kettle” but really the MIITO just works like one. It uses an induction hub and a steel rod to heat the exact amount of water in your particular vessel: a glass or cup, bowl, coffee pot—basically, anything that’s non-ferrous. Currently funding on Kickstarter, MIITO has already won a James Dyson Award in the Netherlands and a nomination for Design of the Year from the Design Museum London. via