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Great Jones wants to make luxury cookware accessible — here’s what we thought after putting its pots and pans to the test for a month
Great Jones cookware aims to compete with legacy brands like Le Creuset and All-Clad, but it's half the price.
These non-stick baking pans are a game changer for home bakers — we put them to the test and will never return to metal pans again
Silpat's new line of bakeware includes non-stick pans for muffins, mini loaves, madeleines, & mini flute cakes, sold exclusively at Williams Sonoma.
Breville’s Barista Express is the best all-in-one, semi-automatic espresso machine you’ll find for under $600 — here’s everyth...
The Breville Barista Express all-in-one, semi-automatic espresso machine is the best you'll find for your home for under $600 right now.
Food processors can make prepping and cooking super easy, so we've rounded up the best food processors in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges.
I’ve used KitchenAid stand mixers for more than 18 years and this one is the most powerful — I’d recommend it to anyone who loves to...
KitchenAid stand mixers are some of the most useful appliances you can have in your kitchen, and its Pro Line is the best we've tried.
This rolling pin has measuring discs that help roll pastry dough to the perfect thickness — here’s how it works
I'll never go back to a regular rolling pin after using this one from Joseph Joseph.
I didn’t realize how much time I was wasting chopping and dicing vegetables in the kitchen until I bought this tool.
An espresso machine is a must-have for any coffee aficionado. We've conducted tests and research to find the best espresso machines you can buy.
OXO’s 3-in-1 avocado tool opens, pits, and slices avocados effortlessly — it’s the only single-use gadget I’ll allow in my kit...
If you love avocados but hate preparing them, you need OXO's 3-in-1 avocado slicer. This tool makes opening, pitting, and slicing avocados easy.
We spoke with a Brandless employee to find out which of the 350+ Brandless products are worth buying. Surprisingly enough, they're all under $35.