Coffee people are so desperate in the morning that even if they’ve only got enough time to make coffee from a pod package, they want a double shot. That’s why the new and improved Senseo pod brewer from Philips is a double-barrel. Great idea.
This oversized, non-stick griddle is so big you can throw the whole meal on there and cook it all in one shot. One pan also means less to clean up when you’re done. Just throw it in the dish washer and head to the couch
Have you ever had carbonated milk? How about carbonated maple syrup? With this automatic home soda making system you could turn your kitchen in a laboratory concocting all kinds of strange bubbly beverages. Or your could simply turn tap water into fizzy soda water with the push of a button. Available this Fall. Source
You know your obsession with pizza is getting serious when an implement like this finds its way into your life. But this chromed-out pizza slicing device isn’t just elegant, it’s functional. A free-rolling blade distributes pressure perfectly across your pie or flatbread for perfect slices every time.
Sure sign of a well-equipped kitchen: good knives. And this 6-piece precision set from Wüsthof definitely qualifies. High-carbon steel blades with PETec blade technology means they’re super-sharp & straight. The set includes: 3 1/2” paring knife, 8″ chef’s knife, 9″ bread knife, honing steel, kitchen shears, and a hardwood storage block.
What if you could “grill” a steak right on your stovetop? No going outside, no firing up the grill or waiting for the charcoal to start glowing … Surprise, you can. This stovetop grilling unit fits right over your stove’s burner using gas or electric power to heat up its lava rocks for smoke-free indoor grilling. Simple, adjustable, mess-free design means more meat with less effort.
George Foreman just got knocked the F out. The Cuisinart Elite Griddler is just a leaner, meaner cooking machine. The 3-way design allows for pressing, grilling and griddling all with easy adjustments and mess-free nonstick surfaces.
If it looks a bit like the equipment you recall from your days in Chemistry Lab, that’s because Bodum has coffee-making down to a science. Their new vacuum coffee maker is designed to keep the aromatics completely intact in the glass globes as well as extracting all the oils from the beans throughout the brewing process, ensuring a technically flawless cup every time. Source
A little quick web research and you’ll soon realize that instead of Teflon coated pans, you should be cooking your meals in cast iron pans, like they did in the old days. The option of having one shaped like your favorite U.S. state completely blows the top off the nifty scale!
Instead of the standard four burner set-up, this induction cook-top from Siemens allows you to arrange pots and pans any way you want on its surface for a custom cooking configuration. Unfortunately this model still requires cleaning after you’re done making your feast. Source