Four funnels (two large, two small) that handily collapse down flat to fit in a kitchen drawer.
These measuring cups’ unique magnetic feature keeps them neatly stacked together and allows you to easily remove one at a time.
100 recipes and an assortment of ingenious kitchen hacks that show kitchen beginners how to throw together great food without any fuss.
This flattened-colander-on-a-stick is one utensil that comes in handy way more often than you’d think.
These make quick work of slicing basil, parsley, chives, cilantro, and any other herb you like cooking with. They’re dishwasher safe too.
Once you’ve tasted homemade tortillas from this bad boy, you’ll never go storebought again.
This press pushes out the excess fat in burgers or chicken, eliminates the curl in bacon or ham, and retains the heat in grilled sandwiches.
Perfect for camping, tailgating, roadtrips, and everyday outdoor use.
Slices effortlessly through pizza crusts (both thick and thin) while giving you ideal leverage and control for portioning pies.
This signature infusion of New York wildflower honey and Brazilian chili peppers creates a perfect balance of sweet followed by a slow building heat.
A quick and safe way to easily core and slice an apple.
Keep your butter fresh and spreadable for up to a month — no fridge required.
This dual-compartment insulated cooler bag will keep your cold stuff cold and your sandwiches un-smushed.
A set of eco-friendly chopsticks made from aerospace-grade titanium.
No knife skills required. Go ahead and throw out that old jar of minced garlic while you’re at it.
Weird statement incoming: This might be the best plastic wrap you ever buy.
This handy (see what I did there?) tool makes extracting citrus juice a breeze.
Cores and slices apples quickly and perfectly, every time.
Recipes that take a journey all the way from India by way of the American South to California. (Releases October 2nd, 2018.)