Useful for making burgers, stuffed burgers, and sliders.
A set of trivets — which can snap together or be used separately — that protect your table while serving food in hot cookware.
A double-ended grinder that can store both salt and pepper (or two kinds of salt crystals, if you like).
A cookbook of 75 actually-edible burger recipes inspired by the hilarious cartoon series, Bob’s Burgers.
3.7 pounds of fresh Kit Kat bars, delivered to you straight from the factory.
An upcoming guide to the best pizza places in 48 countries.
A vintage-style cast iron skillet with a modern twist.
A documentary by Kevin Pang that follows a master chef in his relentless pursuit of excellence — whatever the cost to his personal life.
Makes perfect popcorn every time, with or without oil, and without needing to buy an extra kitchen counter appliance.
A comfortable-to-use can opener that securely locks onto cans, easily cuts them open (without leaving too many jagged edges), and allows for hands-free lid disposal.
A block of pink salt that lends a delicate but complex salty flavor to foods cooked and/or served on it.
A set of various mixing bowls, strainers, measuring cups, and a tablespoon that stack together to form a colorful and easy-to-store kit.
A more-than-capable stand mixer for any home kitchen.
A Star Wars-themed pizza wheel that bleeps and bloops when pressed down.
A beautiful, self-healing, chef’s quality cutting board made from end-grain wood. Pass it down to your grandchildren someday.
A travel bag for transporting 4- to 7-quart oval-shaped slow cookers, keeping their contents hot or cold along the way.
Dehydrated marshmallows to add to any cereal. Also good for hot cocoa, ice cream, and baked treats.
A chef’s knife that aims to redefine kitchenware essentials, starting with premium materials, thoughtful design, and honest pricing.
A grand tour of the science of cooking explored through popular American dishes, illustrated in full color. Brought to you by Serious Eats’ culinary nerd-in-residence.