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This bottom-freezer refrigerator is the best upgrade I’ve made to my small kitchen in 2020 — it makes accessing the food I use most much e...
We tested Hisense's 17.1-cubic-foot bottom-freezer refrigerator in our kitchen. It is spacious, easy to use, and Energy Star rated.
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The chefs personally use these cooking gifts in their professional or home kitchens, so you know that they stand up to some real heat and pressure.
I baked pizzas, croissants, and cakes in Cuisinart’s toaster oven to see if it’s worth $200, and it’s the best one I’ve ever u...
Cuisinart's Chef's Convection Toaster Oven is the best one you can buy. We tested it out and baked pizza, croissants, and more in this toaster oven.
Eight married couples told us about the home and kitchen products that are actually worth adding to your wedding registry.
From refrigerators to toasters, this is every way US kitchens have evolved over the 20th century.
30 appliances and tools that we swear by in the kitchen, from a $6 fish spatula to a $350 Dutch oven
The Insider Picks team consists of home cooks of all levels. Regardless of our differences in cooking style or interest in food, what we all know is that the accessories, cookware, and appliances we use matter.
I made hot soup, pizza dough, and mocha with Vitamix’s incredible $600 smart blender, and now I get why people love them
Vitamix blenders are widely considered the best, and their price reflects their track record of performance. I was impressed with how easy the Vitamix Ascent A3500 was to use out of the box and the tasks it could complete that would normally be reserved for a heavy-duty food processor or stand mixer.
Crock-Pot has made a $70 pressure cooker to go toe-to-toe with the popular Instant Pot, and it’s pretty incredible
Crock-Pot is speeding things up — literally. The Express Crock Programmable Multi-Cooker is Crock-Pot's newest venture into the world of electric pressure cookers and away from their namesake slow cooker. I put this pot to the test for speed, ease of use, and, of course, how my food turned out.
This $37 George Foreman grill is the only reason I eat healthy — it makes a balanced meal in under 10 minutes
I have hated meal prep for as long as I can remember, but this cheap $40 George Foreman grill has made healthy eating so simple that I've eaten a balanced, home-cooked meal (that took 10 minutes to make) every night this week. I recommend it to everyone now.