A colander and pot in one, this smart cookware claims to streamline the pasta-making process.
Home chefs should add this handy tool to their arsenals. The maple wood pin has square holes to create ravioli with one roll.
Your iced coffee–a-day habit might not seem significant, but at roughly $4 a pop, making your drink at home could save you over $1400 a year. This Korean cold-brew machine filters ground coffee over ice to serve a chilled drink that rivals your local barista.
As summer nears, it’s likely you’ll have to tackle one of the toughest fruits to slice and serve: watermelon. This smart stainless steel tool slices watermelon flesh to effortlessly lift out a segment.
This clear countertop herb keeper claims to put an end to wilted basil or cilantro by suspending the plants in water to prolong their life. Just lift the lid and trim some leaves when you’re ready to cook.
Promising to streamline your morning breakfast routine, this neat gadget punctures a circle in the top of a boiled egg so you can pry off the shell with ease.
Want to pop a bottle of wine but forgot to chill it in the fridge first? Keep this stainless steel ice chamber in the freezer and use it to cool your vino, stat.
We’ve seen wire avocado slicers before, but this tool is surprisingly sleek and simple. The ergonomic scoop lifts avocado away from the shell and has a sharp side to remove the pit.
Perfecting a poached egg can be a challenge even for experienced home cooks, so this nonstick tool is a welcome invention. Just crack an egg in the pod, and gently drop it into simmering water. When it’s cooked, use the tool to lift it out of the boiling water.
Claiming to replace messy ladles, this batter dispenser releases pancake mixture when you squeeze the handle.
Finely dice herbs with one snip using these herb scissors, which have five stainless steel blades.
If you have Pinterest boards dedicated to cooking, this iPad fridge mount could be a genius way to guard against mess.
We know what you’re thinking: Aren’t they just ice cubes? These soapstone and marble cubes can be stored in the freezer and added to spirits to keep your cocktails cold without diluting them.
We’ve seen plastic popsicle kits before, but this stainless steel version is a sturdy rival. Pour juice and berries in the molds for an Instagram-ready summer treat best served poolside.
Pitting olives can be a messy business. This small tool removes the stone with a steel shaft and stores it in the plastic chute. Your martini game just got stronger.
Trade the store-bought packet variety for a DIY popcorn maker. Toss kernels into the pot, and heat it on the stovetop for a healthier snack when you just want to Netflix and chill.