Duh, simplehuman makes the best trash cans, assuming you’ve got the space and the money. But, if you’re running a garbage disposal (you should be) and recycling (you should be), you may be able to get away with just simplehuman’s in-cabinet can, and get a bunch of space back in the process.
Snappy, treat-studded chocolate bark is a holiday treat that is always met with much enthusiasm. (Williams Sonoma is able to charge 30 bucks per pound for their peppermint iteration, making it more expensive than organic rib eye.) There is, however, no reason to spend a bunch on bark, as it can be made in your kitchen…
Pie is one of those things that some people just have a knack for. I am not so blessed. For those like me, there’s a lot of stress surrounding the dessert, and these people should embrace galette.
Sous-vide was already a stupid-simple way to make incredible meals with minimal fuss, but Mellow’s sous-vide cooker has features that redefine convenience.
There are candy makers, and there are candy eaters, and I am firmly in the latter camp. Though I don’t mind a cathartic candy-crafting sesh, my main goal—during the holidays especially—is to churn out the treats. This is why this fudge, which takes less than five minutes of your active time, gets made every single…
Poached eggs are the super stars of brunch and the heroes of salads that eat like a meal, but many a home cook is put off by the process of cooking one. If you are skittish about dropping a raw egg into simmering water, relax, it’s not as hard as it’s cracked up to be.
Hello, and welcome back to What’s Cooking?, the open thread where you get to share your brilliant thoughts, advice, recipes, and opinions on all things food-related. This week I want to talk about cleaning, or rather, those things you don’t (or rarely) clean.
Cold brew coffee is basically the only kind of coffee I like, and when there wasn’t a Starbucks readily available, I’d been using the popular Takeya cold brew pitcher for over a year to make it at home. That all changed when my mother-in-law got me OXO’s alternative as an early Christmas gift to help me through a…
Thinking of finishing off that soft boiled egg in the microwave? Or quickly heating up that already hard boiled egg because it’s too cold? Don’t do it unless you want insanely hot egg on your face.
Made by one of our best-selling brands, these two All-Clad skillets are selling for the lowest price ever today. The 8-inch and 10-inch skillets are nonstick, scratch resistant, and oven safe up to 500 degrees.
The best vegetable is a roasted vegetable, and the best roasted vegetables are finished with fish sauce. The pungent, salty, and sweet sauce is the perfect companion for all sorts of earthy plant parts, from starchy potatoes to cruciferous sprouts.
The last big innovations in drip coffee machines were showerhead-style water distribution and attempts at SCA-approved temperature consistency, and those happened in 2012. While factors like build quality have improved since then, companies like Bonavita and Technivorm are essentially making the same machines they did…
Upgrade all your bakeware in one purchase with this 10-piece nonstick set from Calphalon. It includes all the essentials like loaf pans, cookie sheets, a muffin tin, a cooling rack, and more. This set has been hovering between $70 to $95 for the last 6 months, but is just $52 today, an all-time low price for Amazon.
RTIC’s top-selling 30 ounce vacuum insulated tumbler just got a design refresh, and the new model is down to an all-time low $8 on Amazon right now. I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who didn’t love these things, so it’d make a great little gift.
Pizza stones help you quickly achieve crispier crusts (or crispier anything) in the oven, and the best one you can buy has a rare discount today, just for our readers.
When you think about it, or look at it, or smell it, a fabric dish drying mat is a pretty gross idea, even the microfiber options. The OXO Silicone Drying Mat is available in three sizes (including one intended for stemware), stable, ribbed for better aeration (and your pleasure), rollable for storage, and when it…
Let us dash, arms flailing from the path of minimalism just for a moment, to say that two of the products from Gizmodo’s 2013 oddly-specific kitchen gadget roundup may be worth your drawer space.
Contrary to what you might have heard, you don’t have to risk burning down your house to fry a turkey this holiday. This Butterball electric fryer doesn’t use an open flame to heat the oil, so you can set it up on the counter in your kitchen.
Great news, everyone: I have ordered us a Christmas goose to sous vide. This means that you won’t be helping me pick what we sous vide for Christmas, but you can help determine how we will sous vide it.
Hello friends, and welcome back to Will It Sous Vide?, the column where I usually make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator. This week we’re cooking a tasty little crustacean—the shrimp—in a myriad of ways.