Whether you host a lot of gatherings or just have a hungry crew full-time, this Double-Deck Pizza Oven ($250) will let you do double-duty on the pies with minimal effort. It features upper heating elements, sliding, stainless-steel shelves, two pizza stones, and temps up to 800°F to deliver a crispy, tender, and hot pizzas (up to 12 inches across) in just minutes.
Peugeot makes more than sleek European cars. They also make sleek European kitchen tools. The Peugeot Elis Electric Salt & Pepper Mills ($200/set) feature brushed stainless steel and acrylic construction, along with lights and one-handed operation. They feature six pre-selections for pepper and three for salt. Each mill comes with an initial supply of salt or peppercorns to get you started.
The Casper mattress is obsessively designed, but it gets covered up most of the time. The Casper sheets let you enjoy the same engineering and aesthetic. Made from super soft Supima cotton, they're crisp and comfortable but also breathable and durable. Fine details like labels on the short sides of the fitted sheet, envelope-closures on the pillowcases, and hidden openings on the corners of the duvet cover make even the process of putting them on a delight. Each set includes flat and fitted sheets, pillowcases, and you can add a duvet cover.
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Many of us forget to brush twice a day, most of us don't brush for the full two minutes and we all let our toothbrushes get frayed and ineffective. Quip is a simplified Electric Toothbrush and brush-head subscription service designed to break these bad habits. The slimmest electric toothbrush on the market, quip features a sleek aluminum handle — available in silver, slate, copper and gold — and convenient mirror mount that doubles as a travel cover. The brush's vibrating bristles pulse at timed intervals to guide an effective 2-minute cleaning, and to ensure you actually replace your brush on time, you'll get a new brush-head and toothpaste refill in the mail every three months from $5.
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Whether you're cooking your dogs for a crowd or just your family, you'll appreciate the convenience of the Waring Pro Hot-Dog Griller ($50). It features nonstick rollers that can keep up to six 'dogs at a time cooking evenly, browning in only eight minutes. It's like the hot dog rack at the gas station, only without the homeless people and gross burger/hot dog/finger combination sausages.
This isn't some crappy Wal-Mart kitchen-in-a-box. Sur La Table's Things Cooks Love Chef’s Collection ($550) includes 32 high quality kitchen tools, featuring touches like sealed solid wood handles and hand-sharpened blades. We don't have a clue what most the included tools do, but we're positive they'll get you your own Food Network show.