For the one day each year that you actually help make the meal, keep in mind you can easily avoid those hens crowding the kitchen on Turkey Day by plugging this 2.5 gallon rotisserie fryer/steamer into the wall in your man-cave, garage, basement, anywhere you can get a glimpse of the game or get away from all that annoying family-time small talk.
If you want an amazing iced coffee in the next 3 to 12 hours, this unique cold brew system will give you what you’re very patiently fiending for. Once you’re done watching the paint dry and the grass grow, you can go back to the kitchen and while away the afternoon as your black gold drips from one chamber to the next in exquisite simplicity. And if you’ve ever enjoyed a cold brewed cup, you know it’s worth the wait.
This anodized aluminum, wall-mounted, Donkey Kong-inspired Nespresso coffee pod display unit will make brewing your morning cup of instant coffee a lot more entertaining. And before you send your spent Nespresso Pods to the purgatory of the landfill for the next 1000 years, remember that at certain retailers, Pods are actually collected for recycling.
It’s easy to feel like half the man you used to be when you’re wearing an apron & properly pronouncing endive. One possible antidote to Kitchen Emasculation would be to get your dishpan hands on this set of Samurai sword knives. The set of 4 includes a bread, utility, & paring knife as well as a chef’s meat carver. Chop Chop!
Ever dreamed of turning your iPhone into a meat thermometer? No, not the start of a joke. An actual product. Range Smart thermometers plug into your phone & not only monitor the precise temp of whatever you’re cooking but it also creates graphs and charts you can use to perfect your recipes. Of course if you’re a microwave-only chef, as many of us are, you will not need this.
Vermont native Chelsea Miller handmakes these knives one at a time using local materials. The knife blades are made from discarded farriers, a tool used in the shoeing of horses and the handles, made of Apple, Spalted Maple and Cherry wood are also sourced in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Based in Syracuse, New York, Borough Furnace specializes in handmade cast iron cookware. If you’ve heard the health benefits of cooking with cast iron or you’re aware of all the chemical residues released by coated cookware, Borough’s heavy, cast iron skillets will look even better.
Not only is it hot, it’s also smart. The Dacor Discovery IQ is a premium, built-in wall convection oven that’s also got a Samsung 1GHz processor and a 7-inch LCD screen, basically it’s an Android-powered PC, that will handle cooking time, temp, let you download recipes, cooking apps, plus you can control it from your mobile devices.
You might still need a cookbook to prepare proper ice cubes but get your hands on the Ice Box & you’re making progress. A silicone cube tray doubles as the lid for this box which holds 132 cubes. Just add water. Seriously, that’s it.
British “cuisine” is a joke: Bangers & mash? Beans on toast? C’mon. The rest of us who are equally as clueless in the kitchen should thank British TV chef Jamie Oliver for developing this home cooker that automatically chops, stirs, & cooks your dinner, then turns itself off without burning anything. via