Feb 20, 2014 9:15 AM
This Hibiscus Silicone Lid ($10) is almost too pretty to smooth onto our leftover portion of tuna or bowl of diced bell peppers, almost. We'll still reach for it long before we resign ourselves to futzing with plastic wrap, because it forms an airtight seal... [More]
Feb 20, 2014 8:05 AM
Fun and functional and affordable? Say it ain't so. Three of our favorite qualities are embodied by Q Squared NYC's Twisted Bowl ($13), a delicate and beautifully hued dish designed to hold anything from a trio of dips to keys and on-the-go accessories, from dainty... [More]
Feb 19, 2014 10:50 AM
You spend a fair amount of time in the kitchen, and while plating up a good-lookin' pasta dish is super satisfying, washing the prep dishes is anything but. Hanging this Cathrineholm Retro Kitchen Poster ($17) above the sink won't help you finish cleaning up any... [More]
Feb 19, 2014 10:24 AM
Pick your poison, err, pattern (it's probably good practice to keep poison out of the kitchen), before you check out with a set of Indigo Wood & Bone Servers ($48). All three designs - the zigzag, the circle, and the diamond - will add a... [More]
Feb 18, 2014 8:36 AM
No doubt about it, gourmet salts are a foodie's favorite dish finisher. Of course, the more pretentious the name of the salt, the higher the price climbs...unless you're working with Falksalt, a Swedish brand that pairs their sea salt flakes with delish umami flavors like... [More]
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Feb 17, 2014 8:30 AM
Is it totally type A of us to get a map involved when setting Kate Spade's Fairmount Park Uptown/Downtown Salt & Pepper Set ($30) in the center of the dining table? We'd just really like to have each shaker accurately point in the direction of... [More]
Feb 15, 2014 8:20 AM
Niki Segnit's book, The Flavor Thesaurus ($20), is not a cookbook. It's more like a cook guideline. She writes about intuition, flavor profiles, creative combinations, and exploration, and while there are a few recipes dotting the pages, the emphasis is on crafting meals that deviate... [More]
Feb 14, 2014 10:25 AM
Our only beef with the darling Homemade With Love Oven Mitts ($15 for two) is that they might get more compliments from dinner guests than the Baked Alaska we spent all day preparing. We'll get over it, though. They are super cute!... [More]
Feb 14, 2014 10:05 AM
Next time a house guest asks for a paper towel to wipe up a spill, hand them one of these. Then laugh uproariously at your own clever sense of humor. "Paper" Towels ($44)... [More]
Feb 14, 2014 9:25 AM
It's just a little piece of plastic wrap, right? Until it finds its way to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and chokes an innocent jellyfish. Stop at least one of your regular contributions to the decay of the world's oceans by using Bee's Wrap ($18):... [More]
Feb 11, 2014 9:05 AM
There's no reason your cookware has to sacrifice good looks for functionality. This ceramic Sprinkle Dot Baking Dish ($49) is both lovely to look at, and a breeze to use in the kitchen. At nine by fourteen inches, it's large enough to cook up everything... [More]
Feb 11, 2014 8:00 AM
When it comes to the kitchen (and probably a few other things), the French just do it better. So we're going to take their word for it that these linen Cuisine Dishtowels ($20), manufactured along the France-Belgium border for over one hundred years by Charvet... [More]
Feb 10, 2014 10:15 AM
Centuries of painstaking breeding helped generations of determined Welshmen carefully select for a combination of traits in their dogs - namely stumpy legs and an awkwardly elongated torso. The results are hilarious, especially when they're dancing. We bet the same look works great in oatmeal... [More]
Feb 7, 2014 8:10 AM
We don't care if you're drinking Folgers from a two-cup drip machine or a burr-ground and trade-free roast from a French press - when you sip out of a Miss Fancy Pants Mug* ($23) from Ashley Brooke Designs, you look pretty damn sophisticated. *Married and... [More]
Feb 6, 2014 11:00 AM
No, we haven't started featuring medieval torture devices. The ROK Espresso Maker ($179) is like a French press for espresso - an electricity-free means of getting your caffeine fix. Though it may be a bit of an investment, this espresso maker is made from industrial-grade... [More]
Feb 4, 2014 9:15 AM
Chop and rinse with newfound ease once you introduce the Epicurean Sink Strainer Cutting Board ($60) to your kitchen. With a collapsible colander on one end, this eco-friendly, wood-based, and machine-washable cutting board lies halfway over your sink, so you can cut and slide your... [More]
Feb 4, 2014 8:01 AM
While possibly definitely a bit on the sacrilege side, we can't think of a single kitchen item that gives us as deep of a belly laugh as this Cheesus Christ Cheese Grater ($7). We think it'd make a great white elephant gift, but you'd have... [More]
Feb 3, 2014 10:10 AM
Hosting a party? The Super Bowl, perchance? Sure, you can fill up your guests on appetizers and finger foods, but a big 'ol steaming pot of chili will probably be met with more cheers than a fourth-quarter fumble by the opposite team. Toss your meat... [More]
Feb 3, 2014 10:00 AM
Bake your way into someone's heart this Valentine's Day and gift the goodies in a Valentine's Chalkboard Cookie Jar ($20 for two). It's cute and it's sassy - perfect for holding your scrumptious treats. Twenty bucks gets you two jars, so go ahead and package... [More]
Feb 3, 2014 9:10 AM
The trick is to always sneak into the kitchen first and start chopping up the dinner veggies. Unless, of course, you'd gladly tackle dishes every night if it meant you didn't have to go near the stovetop! Tea(m) Towels ($35) from Blackbird Tees... [More]
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Until a couple of weeks ago, marshmallows weren't exactly on our radar as a fancy treat. The only kind we were really familiar with were the kind you buy in bulk for s'mores and promptly forget about in your pantry.
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