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Published January 1, 2014.
Which product would you trust to protect your iPad, Kindle, or other tablet in the kitchen?
We rounded up three red-wine-stain-removal products and put them to the test.
Published December 1, 2013.
From Beer Savers to Avocado Keepers, we put six new food storage gadgets to the test.
Published November 1, 2013.
Adjustable measuring cups make sticky, wet ingredients much easier to both measure and handle.
French press coffee makers are not only elegant, but they also can potentially deliver a thicker, more full-bodied cup of coffee.
A stand mixer is one of the most expensive appliances in your kitchen, so it had better do it all—from whipping a single egg white to kneading thick pizza dough.
We tested five models to see which lived up to the promise of consistently delivering uniform cookies.
Published September 1, 2013.
This device turns canning jars into hipster-y beverage cups.
Published July 1, 2013.
Charcoal storage bags promise to seal out moisture so your leftover coals are ready for the next grilling session. Do they deliver?
Published May 1, 2013.
A fine citrus mist has never been easier to coax from your favorite fruit.
Published April 1, 2013.
We tested cotton and linen kitchen twine as well as two brands of silicone food ties.
Obviously a good salad spinner needs to get greens dry, but that's just for starters.
Published March 1, 2013.
Butter keepers promise to keep sticks fresh-tasting, so we stored unwrapped butter in seven keepers ($5 to $35) for several weeks and tasted them daily.
Gardeners might enjoy this mushroom growing kit, but it didn’t quite deliver on its promises.
Coffee enthusiasts love manual pour-over brewing devices because they let you control water temperature and steeping time—both key to a good cup.
These stainless-steel capsules regulate the temperature of hot beverages, provided that you use them in a travel mug.
Published January 1, 2013.
Eggies are plastic, egg-shaped containers for hard-cooking eggs without the shell so you don’t have to peel a thing—or so we'd hoped.
Egg toppers neatly slice off the tops of eggs—a faster, neater, and more precise method of breaking the shell.
We found three innovative wine chillers priced from $25 to $50. Could they beat the ice bucket?
Published November 1, 2012.
Leave a pan of milk or cream on the stove long enough, and it’s sure to foam up and boil over. Boilover devices purportedly prevent messes in a few different ways.
Published July 1, 2012.
Why do some peelers skin produce with ease while others barely make the cut?
A strawberry huller may be just the cure for the paring knife blues when it comes to prepping strawberries.
Published May 1, 2012.
They may be cheaper than nonstick cooking spray in the long run, but are they better?
If you have your heart set on fresh pineapple in a hurry, a dedicated pineapple cutter may be just what you need.
Published March 1, 2012.
Pasta forks are designed primarily for serving long-stranded pastas like spaghetti. But are they just a one-trick pony?