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La Plancha Cast-Iron Griddle

La Plancha Cast-Iron Griddle

Whether you're baking, broiling, frying, or just generally skillet-ing, the La Plancha Cast-Iron Griddle ($80) can come in handy. Made from heavy-duty, evenly-heating cast iron, the La Plancha sports a raised back and sides to keep food from falling off, a 14 sq. in. cooking surface, enamel coating for easy cleanup, and the ability to be used on the grill, in the oven, and on the stovetop, or pretty much anywhere else you can warm the thing up.

  • Magimix Vision Toaster

    "That's about as fun as watching bread toast." Okay, so that might not actually be a saying, but toasting has never been as fun as with the Magimix Vision Toaster ($300). This unique toaster offers a viewing window that lets you watch as your bread browns thanks to four quartz heating elements that heat evenly, four preprogrammed settings for toast, bagels, reheating, and defrosting, extra-wide slots, and stainless steel construction. Next up? See-through rice cookers. Because who really knows what the hell is going on in there?

  • Elektra Micro Casa Lever Espresso Machine

    Do you live in a modern-day marble and gold palace, or simply need something so over-the-top gaudy that it distracts from the fact that the rest of your kitchen is a dump? Then the Elektra Micro Casa Lever Espresso Machine ($1,450-$2,100) is for you. Available in three finishes, this decidedly high-end espresso machine offers Bakelite handles, a boiler water level sight glass, an old-school pressure gauge, spring-piston operation, an Internal pressure regulator for automatic temperature control, and a brass boiler for creating micro foam.