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Breville Single-Cup Coffee Brewer

Breville Single-Cup Coffee Brewer

Satisfy your java cravings with the Breville Single-Cup Coffee Brewer ($250). It features a brushed stainless steel exterior with a programmable one-touch control LCD screen that customizes coffee to 4 cup sizes and any preferred temperature, a 60-oz. water tank that brews up to 10 cups of coffee before refilling, a charcoal water filtration system, and uses widely-supported K-Cup packets, even including a personal, reusable K-Cup for brewing your own favorites. If you're looking for something a little less pricey, the Keurig B40 Elite does away with some of the Breville's features, but does K-Cup brewing for $150 less.

  • Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillets

    Some of the best home cooked meals must be prepared using a cast-iron skillet. But it takes dozens of uses in order to season one, as the food you cook slowly ads its essence to the skillet, creating that famous, non-stick black coating. Seasoning a pan this way can take years... until now. Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillets ($10-$40) ship pre-seasoned, the result of a secret process that uses vegetable oil and high temperature gas ovens to create the perfect patina. Grills ($140) and Dutch Ovens ($40-$100) are also available. Just don't tell Grandma that you cheated.

  • Mypressi TWIST

    When most people think of espresso, they think of large, hulking machines bolted to marble countertops. But it doesn't have to be this way. The new mypressi TWIST ($129) is an elegant, compact, and completely portable espresso machine, offering up intense, caffeinated goodness from any location. Powered by standard gas cartridges, the TWIST can use either your favorite ground coffee or any ESE pod to create the perfect expresso shot time after time. Now you'll be able to satiate your caffeine addiction anywhere you go, without the nuisance of batteries or power cables. [Thanks, Jerry]