One trip to a high-end steakhouse is all you need to convince yourself of the benefits of dry aging — and one look at a professional setup will convince you it's not worth the price. Luckily, there's the Steaklocker. Billed as the world's first at-home dry-aging fridge, it uses fan forced air technology and a host of sensors to keep your meat within safe temperatures and alert you (via app, of course) if they veer off course. It also looks great thanks to a stainless steel and glass build that will look right at home in any gourmet kitchen.

  • Philips AirFryer

    Say goodbye to your deep fryer and hello to healthier food with the Philips AirFryer. As the name suggests, this nifty appliance can fry foods with little to no oil thanks to its ability to circulate hot air at temperatures up to 390 degrees. The result is extra-crispy food that's cooked thoroughly, using a tablespoon or less of oil — which of course means far less fat. Not in the mood for fried fare? Using the touchscreen, you can also set it to bake, roast, or grill, meaning that unlike your deep fryer, it might actually be worth leaving out on the counter.

  • Poler Cast Iron Skillet

    There's nothing quite like a cast iron skillet for cooking a fantastic meal — whether fireside or at home on the stove — and the Poler Cast Iron Skillet is certainly no exception. Measuring a foot across, it's plenty big to cook up a meal for everyone in your camp, no matter if you want to fry the day's catch, or make pancakes that will keep you going all morning. Dual pour spouts, a large handle, and an additional helper handle make it easy to wield while you cook, and its seven-pound weight lets you know it will last for generations. And because it comes pre-seasoned, you'll be ready to use it right out of the box.

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