Jar Openers

Published July 1, 2015.

We tested seven jar openers and tested them on jars of all shapes, sizes, and materials to find the best all around pick.

Jar Openers

Insulated Shopping Totes

Published July 1, 2015.

We tested six insulated shopping totes in order to find an easy-to-carry tote that could keep our groceries at a food-safe temperature for at least an hour.

Insulated Shopping Totes

Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Published July 1, 2015.

We tested 7 cold brewing products, as well as our DIY method, using our favorite medium-roast coffee.

Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Grillbot

Published July 1, 2015.

Could a robotic grill cleaner be the answer to your grill-cleaning woes?

Grillbot

Knife Sharpeners

Published July 1, 2015.

What if you could buy a sharpener that not only repaired the new breed of ultrathin chef’s knives but also honed the wider cutting edge of more traditional blades?

Knife Sharpeners

Shrimp Peeling Tools

Published June 1, 2015.

We tested five new tools that promised to make the chore of shelling shrimp and removing their veins easier.

Shrimp Peeling Tools

Ice Cream Scoops

Published May 1, 2015.

We tested seven classic and innovative ice cream scoop designs, as well as a portion scoop, to find the best model for scooping high-quality, dense ice cream.

Ice Cream Scoops

Remote Thermometers

Published May 1, 2015.

Remote thermometers allow you to monitor, from a distance, the temperature of food cooking on the grill, the stovetop, or in the oven. We tested six models to find out which ones could take the heat.

Remote Thermometers

Mason Jar Adapters

Published May 1, 2015.

Mason jars make great food-storage containers, but the traditional lid offers limited functionality. We tested two products that promise to make mason jars more versatile.

Mason Jar Adapters

Pizza Cutters

Published April 1, 2015.

The Kindest Cut: We tested 15 pizza cutters to find the best.

Pizza Cutters

Jar Spatulas

Published March 1, 2015.

We tested nine models to see how well they could scrape out jars of marinara sauce, molasses, mayonnaise, honey, and Nutella.

Jar Spatulas

Thermal Food Jars

Published March 1, 2015.

We tested six thermal food jars to see if any could keep their contents not only palatably hot or cold but also food-safe for several hours.

Thermal Food Jars

Rust Erasers

Published March 1, 2015.

Rust erasers promise to rub away the unsightly corrosion that can build up carbon-steel knives. We tested five models to see if any would be worth buying.

Rust Erasers

Laundry Stain Removers

Published March 1, 2015.

Stain removers abound, all guaranteeing spotless results on the first try. The reality? When it comes to getting out stubborn food stains, almost none of them work.

Laundry Stain Removers

Warming Trays

Published January 1, 2015.

Warming trays can be a godsend for serving and entertaining—but do they really keep food at a safe temperature?

Warming Trays

Bowl Stabilizer

Published January 1, 2015.

Having trouble keeping your mixing bowl stable when mixing or whisking ingredients? This useful gadget addresses that very problem.

Bowl Stabilizer

Apple Corers

Published January 1, 2015.

We used six new apple corers as well as our old favorite to core bushels of apples.

Apple Corers

Marinating Stick

Published November 1, 2014.

This product promised to deliver more marinade, deeper into the meat, with less fuss. Could it live up to the hype?

Marinating Stick

Insulated Food Carriers

Published November 1, 2014.

Insulated carriers used to be for pizza delivery workers or caterers only, but we found five models designed to keep your famous lasagna piping hot all the way to the potluck or picnic.

Insulated Food Carriers

Innovative Dish Drying Racks

Published October 1, 2014.

While dish racks are not the most exciting kitchen purchase, they are an essential for drying hand-washed dishes. We put five innovative models up against a basic basket-and-mat system.

Innovative Dish Drying Racks

Bread Lames for Baguettes

Published September 1, 2014.

Professional bakers use a tool called a lame (pronounced “LAHM”), which means “blade” in French. Do you need one of these specialized tools, or will a razor blade work just as well?

Bread Lames for Baguettes

Spiral Slicers (Spiralizers)

Published September 1, 2014.

When dressing up vegetable garnishes, sometimes only a spiral slicer will do.

Spiral Slicers (Spiralizers)

Burger Presses

Published September 1, 2014.

Burger presses promise to make patty preparation quicker, with more consistently shaped results than making them by hand.

Burger Presses

Slow Cooker Lid Holder

Published September 1, 2014.

The Lid Pocket aims to make life easier when using a slow cooker. Does it deliver?

Slow Cooker Lid Holder

Beverage Infusers

Published July 1, 2014.

Beverage infusers promise to flavor drinks with fresh produce with little fuss. Do they work?

Beverage Infusers
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