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Dish Whiskey Soap

If John Wayne had time to do his dishes while crossing dangerous Apache territory, he would do them with Dish Whiskey Soap ($16) — but he was probably a little too busy protecting a stagecoach to worry about clean pots and pans. We're not saying something as simple as changing up your dish soap will make you as tough as The Duke, but it certainly couldn't hurt. This American-made soap is barrel-aged and charcoal-filtered, with a scent that conjures memories of your favorite bottle. It comes in a 16-ounce container perfect for resting next to your kitchen sink, or stuffing into your saddle bag.

  • Blomus Sencha Tea Maker & Warmer

    Rethink whatever you're using to brew and hold tea, and pick up the beautiful, functional Blomus Sencha Tea Maker & Warmer ($110). The large, easily-filled strainer lets you put in plenty of loose-leaf tea for steeping, and you can serve tea without removing it. A generous 33-ounce capacity lets you brew plenty of tea, whether you're sharing with the office, or drinking all day — and the built-in tea-candle holder keeps it warm. It features a modern design and clear glass and stainless steel construction that looks great and lets you conveniently wash it in the dishwasher.

  • Malle W. Trousseau Kitchen Set

    If you're like most of us, the stuff in your kitchen is mostly a cobbled-together assortment of hand-me-downs, odd items from the secondhand store, and a cheap set of knives from Target. While that probably gets the job done, you'll feel a lot better about cooking if you update your cookware with the Malle W. Trousseau Kitchen Set ($5,800). Typical of products from the MoMA Store, these are carefully designed items that highlight the beauty in everyday objects. Included in the set are various pots, pans, knives, cloths, towels, containers, dishes, cutting boards, assorted tools, and a leather apron — nearly everything you need for a well-appointed kitchen.