Kitchen Tools

Japan Solves An Age-Old Butter Dilemma With One Simple Twist

Now if only we could translate the dang website
May 7, 2013 12:01 pm

There is officially no more cause for the destruction that can occur when you attempt to butter toast, thanks to this Japanese gadget. Or something, the translation was a little fuzzy. Check out both after the jump. 

Spring Cleaning: 5 Outdated Kitchen Tools You Should Toss Right Now

Good-bye, old kitchen crap taking up all my space
Apr 18, 2013 9:01 am

Happy spring cleaning! Let's cut to the chase: get rid of all this crap you never use that's cluttering up the kitchen. Do it. I've decided that these five things are taking up the space preventing you from spreading your culinary wings and soaring like a food eagle. 

Have You Gotten Your Stovetop Pot-Filler Faucet Yet?

Smart, luxe design with a purpose
Aug 14, 2012 11:01 am

Consider adding the pot-filler faucet into your kitchen arsenal for easier pasta-boiling, potato cooking and more. Read on for details and check out the different options after the jump.

Cooking With Wooly Mammoth Tooth. Seriously.

Knife-maker Paul Cox uses rare materials.
Jun 7, 2012 2:01 pm
Paul Cox knives

Paul Cox has made custom knives for Martha Stewart, Rachael Ray and Marc Murphy, and they are not to be kept in some display case.

Video: A Saucepan That Stirs Its Own Contents

Could this spiral design be the future of cookware?
Jun 6, 2012 1:19 pm

This saucepan is smarter than you. Its grooved, spiral-like interior actually causes ingredients to stir themselves.  

Edge of Belgravia Knives

67 layers of steel or sleek ceramic—take your pick
Apr 2, 2012 3:46 pm

Ceramic knives have been around for a while, but lately they seem to be getting chicer and sleeker! These cutting-edge chef knives from London's Edge of Belgravia come in Ceramic and Damascus Steel. With 67 layers of steel, the Damascus Steel line has an awesome edge. But did you know that ceramic is second to diamond in hardness! It's a toss up. We'll take both.

 

The Updated Omelet Pan

A classic design for today's egg perfectionist
Mar 22, 2012 10:01 am

There's much to be said for having a go-to brunch spot, but when the weekend diners are out in full force, why endure an interminable wait for what often amounts to eggs in various prepared forms?

ZX Kitchen Black Ceramic Knives

No steel necessary with this ceramic cutlery
Mar 12, 2012 4:01 pm
ZX Kitchen Knives

A few years ago, someone turned me onto ceramic knives as a better way to cut tomatoes. I haven't looked back. I still prefer my Wüsthof chef's knife and my Robert Welch utility knife for most of my chopping, slicing and dicing. But I'm a full-on ceramic convert when it comes to certain ingredients; besides tomatoes, I go ceramic when slicing eggplant, hard-boiled...

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