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Wabi Nabe Cast Iron Pot

Lessen the number of pots and pans you're using — and thus your clean-up time — with the Wabi Nabe Cast Iron Pot ($150-$210). Drawing its names from Japanese terms for simplicity, naturalness, and one-pot cooking, the Wabi Nabe is a 1.5-quart pot designed for going straight from the stove, oven, or fire to the table, and features an optional matching trivet to protect your dining surface, as well as cast iron handles based on naturally-occurring forms of charred wood, adding an organic flair to the pre-seasoned pot. Pre-orders now open for holiday delivery.

  • Fridge Monkey

    In case you haven't noticed, most normal refrigerators just aren't built to hold lots of beer — especially beautiful, perfectly-balanced pyramids of beer. Enter the Fridge Monkey ($7). This simple, washable, rubber mat features perfectly spaced ridges that let you stack up to ten cans or bottles of soda or beer — or five wine bottles, or any combination thereof — in geometric harmony without fear of the whole thing tumbling down.

  • Dualit Vario Toaster

    After their near-disappearance from the American market, we finally found our favorite toaster company — and the toaster of our dreams. The Dualit Vario Toaster ($240-$320) offers up either two or four openings for an equal number of perfectly toasted sliced bread goodness, set by your own movements of the mechanically-functional, handmade English handle. You know how they say "the best thing since sliced bread"? Well, this toaster is the thing that made sliced bread popular. Or maybe it was just the lack of cutting. Who really knows?