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Hobart Classic Woody Wagon Mixer

That's right boys: a mixer. With all the proceeds going to the Careers through Culinary Arts Program, which works to prepare underserved high school students for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry, the Hobart Classic Woody Wagon Mixer ($TBA; Auction) is a perfect excuse to hone your folding, beating, and whipping skills. Based on a mechanically restored Hobart A200, this one-of-a-kind kitchen helper has been stripped and refinished with an automotive-style, clear-coated acid green sparkle finish, genuine Wagoneer "wood-esque" trim and hints of vintage auto chrome. Perfect for the man that sees his kitchen as a garage... of food.

  • 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.

  • White Mountain Ice Cream Maker

    Tired of paying $4.57 for your daily pint of Ben & Jerry's? Try making your own sweet stuff at home with the White Mountain Ice Cream Maker ($170-$230). Available in manual or an electric version with a 12,000 RPM motor, these rustic looking kitchen tools are handmade from white pine and can output four quarts of ice cream or frozen yogurt in just 20-40 minutes. If you're considering getting one, we'd recommend the manual model, because lord knows if you're buying an Ice Cream Maker that you could probably use the exercise.