From the creators of Modernist Cuisine comes a five-volume book chronicling the history and science of bread-making in depth.
Designed to be the perfect spoon for extracting every last bit of peanut butter from the jar. #nobutterleftbehind
Ridiculous? Yes. Necessary? Also yes.
Stop wasting plastic baggies.
A super compact stove stystem that’s perfect for backpackers and campers who prefer to travel extremely light.
Andrew Rea’s cookbook for movie lovers is hitting shelves today.
You’ll never want to buy another outdoor/camping stove, this thing is that good.
Premium stainless steel cookware at an honest price.
Thin mats that let you grill just about anything your heart desires, without having to worry about all that annoying cleanup later.
For less than $30, you get a no-frills, decently sharp knife that feels comfortable in your hand, all without breaking the bank.
A reproduction handforged iron skillet with a 6″-diameter bottom and an 8″ handle that folds into the pan for easy storage.
An elegant salt cellar with bamboo lid that keeps your favorite seasoning close by for easy access while adding a touch of class to your cooking space.
Culinary historian Michael Twitty offers takes you on a journey through African-American culinary history in the Old South.
This telescopic roasting stick features interchangeable attachments for cooking hot dogs, s’mores, and more over a campfire.
A complete meat- and brisket-cooking education from the country’s most celebrated pitmaster and owner of the wildly popular Austin restaurant, Franklin Barbecue.
Works like any stainless steel box grater you’ve ever owned, but sports an attachable container for catching, measuring, and storing the grated foods. A small difference, but a handy one.
A book filled with foolproof recipes and a fresh take on the history of American desserts, from chocolate chip cookies to toaster pastries.
Melt, fill, excavate, and build your own edible, 6″-tall chocolate T-Rex in minutes.