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T-Fal OptiGrill

Finally, an electric grill for the culinary impaired among us who wouldn't know how long to cook a chicken breast if it came with directions stamped into the meat. The T-Fal OptiGrill ($210) comes programmed already with the ideal time and temperature for a range of common grill items — everything from fish and steak to poultry and sandwiches — taking the guesswork out of indoor grilling. It features a cooking surface that's large enough to accommodate a meal for an entire family (or one really hungry guy), as well as non-stick removable grill plates, a floating hinge that lets you fit large cuts of meat, and a large drip tray that makes cleanup a breeze.

  • 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.

  • Stelton Vacuum Jug

    You won't hear us judging you for your coffee addiction — even if you need to drink it all day just to function — we're right there with you. Keep your supply of coffee hot all day with the Stelton Vacuum Jug ($75), a one-liter, vacuum-sealed thermos that's as aesthetically attractive as it is functional. Made from ABS plastic with a glass filler, this jug is finished out in matte black. It's also washable and reusable, which gives it one up on all of those paper cups and cardboard sleeves filling your office wastebasket.