Whether you host a lot of gatherings or just have a hungry crew full-time, this Double-Deck Pizza Oven ($250) will let you do double-duty on the pies with minimal effort. It features upper heating elements, sliding, stainless-steel shelves, two pizza stones, and temps up to 800°F to deliver a crispy, tender, and hot pizzas (up to 12 inches across) in just minutes.
Peugeot makes more than sleek European cars. They also make sleek European kitchen tools. The Peugeot Elis Electric Salt & Pepper Mills ($200/set) feature brushed stainless steel and acrylic construction, along with lights and one-handed operation. They feature six pre-selections for pepper and three for salt. Each mill comes with an initial supply of salt or peppercorns to get you started.
Made up of military-issue surplus tools, our Everyday Carry kit provides a few essentials that'll always be close at hand. The tiny, USA-made tool set is built to government specs, and includes a small steel pry bar (good for a variety of uses), black oxide steel tweezers (splinters and ticks, be gone), a micro grappling hook (don't ask), a pair of small screwkeys (one phillips, one flathead), and a capsule lighter (maybe the world's smallest). It's all strung up on a stainless steel aviation cable that's carried with a custom machined belt loop clip. Just add keys.
Made in Italy from 100% aluminum, the Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano Bank Spinner 55 is a carry-on-sized masterpiece ready for any adventure you throw at it. Designed by award-winning industrial designer Mark Sadler, the cabin suitcase features leather handles and interior straps, maxi butteryfly clasps, integrated TSA locks, a zippered pouch, divider, and silent, stable wheels — plus the added bonus of being able to pick out your bag amidst a sea of dark-colored cloth rectangles.
Height: 21.26" / Width: 14" / Depth: 10.25" / Weight: 12 lbs. / Volume: 1.3 cubic feet
Whether you're cooking your dogs for a crowd or just your family, you'll appreciate the convenience of the Waring Pro Hot-Dog Griller ($50). It features nonstick rollers that can keep up to six 'dogs at a time cooking evenly, browning in only eight minutes. It's like the hot dog rack at the gas station, only without the homeless people and gross burger/hot dog/finger combination sausages.
This isn't some crappy Wal-Mart kitchen-in-a-box. Sur La Table's Things Cooks Love Chef’s Collection ($550) includes 32 high quality kitchen tools, featuring touches like sealed solid wood handles and hand-sharpened blades. We don't have a clue what most the included tools do, but we're positive they'll get you your own Food Network show.