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Gourmet s'mores are sweet and dandy, but sometimes you just want to make them your way. Leave it to Cuisinart to find a way to make it easy, whether in your toaster oven or on the grill.
This is the kind of kitchen organizing anyone can get behind. When you want to bake a cake, all you need to reach for is this set of nested bowls and measuring spoons, a pan and you're all set! Now where did you put that spatula?
A kitchen scale is a must-have for anyone who cooks, so no excuse is needed to buy a pretty retro model. Available in a range of colors, this blue is a versatile, neutral shade on the more saturated side of steely. It has a very compact design yet holds up to 5 kilograms of ingredients in the...
With an old-world design in bright colors, this will bring a pop to your kitchen when propped against the counter.
Poppy Ring Rolling Pin
Experiment in the kitchen with this set of beaker measuring cups. The spouted tops make pouring easy, and the bright colors will please all of the food scientists in your home.
I think the strong hues of these measuring cups are gorgeous, and the four tones are helpful for distinguishing which measuring cup to grab.
These icing pens make it easy for kids to be a little more precise with their decorating! You can also use fruit jam in this little gadget.
It would be fun to use these to decorate cookies and doodle on the skins of fruit I pack in the kids' lunch boxes.
How cute is this vintage-inspired squirrel nutcracker? He'll have a place of pride in your host or hostess's home. Why not give them a bag of pecans or walnuts to go along with this beautiful gift?
I'm no baker. I'm a horrible accurate measurer. Perhaps those things are connected? Measuring cups are a must for me and these look just my speed.
John Lewis Playnation Measuring...
I'm obsessed with a good s'more, and I like how this gives me the option of toasted graham crackers over an open fire or in the oven.
I actually have this timer. Sure my oven comes with one, as does my microwave, but how could I resist the vintage charm? Of course, with my stainless steel fridge, I have this timer delicately balanced on the two inches of space on the side of the fridge sticking out of the wall.
For snipping fresh herbs, check out these kitchen scissors. They are perfect for clipping delicate vegetation.
Herb Kitchen Scissors
Have a variety of whole spices ready to be ground for your favorite dish. This grinder has a finely honed ceramic grinder that clamps on each compartment, allowing you to perfectly grind spices every time. I really like this item because the grinder is adjustable, allowing you to select the...
Mastrad Spice Grinder
A recipe book holder, like this one from Pottery Barn, will help you stay organized while trying a new recipe.
Cucina Recipe Holder
A fun little nesting group of measuring cups you'll want to leave out on the counter or an open shelf all the time.
Matrushka Measuring Cups
The best use of my counter space is stacking vertical. I love my stackable cookie cooling racks. They work great to set hot pans on too.
Cut the carrots and not your fingers with this Safe Slice knife guard. It isn't designed specifically for kids, but I imagine it would work for big and small hands.
Almost every drink tastes better with a colorful straw. Your kids will love the bright red stripes. My favorite trick is to trim the straw with scissors so that it's more proportional to the cup.
From straining pasta to rinsing fruit, colanders that sit up off the sink with feet are great. Bonus if they're also dishwasher-friendly.
If you've never used a large spoonula for making scrambled eggs, you're totally missing out. Best. Invention. Ever. They have tons of other great uses too; they're very versatile.
I'm won over by an infuser that makes your tea even nicer as well as adding charm to your cup. The stainless steel basket is microperforated to prevent the tiniest bits of the leaves from tainting your tea. The long stem and leaf handle make it easy to remove the infuser when it's finished...
I recently rediscovered push-up popsicles. You can make cake or parfaits in these, but the classic frozen dessert in a tube wins everyone's heart.
While I most often just use my standard rolling pin, this one with the rings is especially handy when you start out baking to make sure you have consistent thicknesses. This rolling pin comes with a ⅛-inch ring (great for pie crust and thin cookies), a ¼-inch ring (my standard for cookies) and a...
There's no need to do complicated fractions in the kitchen. I love this magnetic recipe divider that does all the grunt work for you.
Add a new twist on the kitchen timer with this tool. Watch the tape decrease with this 60-minute kitchen tape timer.
I've heard that spherical ice cubes are best as there's less surface area, meaning less meltage into your expertly-crafted cocktail. But let's be real — you get them for how cool they look, right?
Spherical Ice Tray Set
My mandolin is one of my favorite tools in the kitchen, but I'm kind of in love with this green one.
Ceramic Julienne Slicer
It's quite simple: Spices absolutely make or break a meal. If you feel the same, this large spice grinder holds a large supply of rock salt, pepper or any other spice you use often.
You would be cooking up dinner in style with this steam tower. It's a modern alternative to a traditional Asian steamer and is even oven safe. This is a great way to cook healthy and fresh meals in no time at all.
This mortar and pestle is a great example of how design can make an item which we use every day and make it beautiful. Just stunning.