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Tilt Knife Block

Give your steak knives a presentation worthy of your cooking with the Tilt Knife Block ($60). Handmade from solid walnut with a Canadian Maple inlay for a splash of contrast, the block holds up to six knives at an angle, and features a natural beeswax and orange oil finish for added color. Looks best in clean, modern kitchens, but isn't so extreme that it can't fit in to more traditional settings.

  • Cuisinart EasyPop Popcorn Maker

    Perfect your popcorn popping with the Cuisinart EasyPop Popcorn Maker ($56). By allowing you to add your own oil and salt — might we recommend some of the bacon variety? — the EasyPop opens up a whole new universe of flavors, letting you go as healthy, or unhealthy, as you'd like. The built-in ventilation of the popping bowl, the motorized stirring mechanism, and aluminum in the base of the popping plate all work together to crank out crisp, tasty 'corn, while the brushed stainless steel base and subtle color accents keep your kitchen from looking like a movie theater concession stand.

  • 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.