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Small Batch Mixers: Tom's Handcrafted Tonic

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 4 comments

The amber color of Tom's Tonic may be unsettling for those accustomed to crystal-clear G&Ts, but the flavor is earthy and rewarding, with intense citrus notes. More

Meet & Eat: Mark Rajeski of Brands of Britain, Importer of Fever Tree

Drinks Laren Spirer Post a comment

Mark Rajeski is the president of Brands of Britain, the US importer for UK-based Fever Tree mixers. You've probably seen their tonic water, ginger ale, and ginger beer in bars, restaurants, and grocery stores. Mark took some time to talk to us about why working with Fever Tree appealed to him and what makes these drinks so unique. More

Hobart Mixer Modded to Look Like Classic Woody Station Wagon

Adam Kuban 8 comments

For sale on eBay right now is this Hobart 20-quart mixer modified to pay a nod to the classic woody station wagons of yore. It's got a reserve price of $500 and about 8 days of bidding left. If you're a classic car junkie and a baker, this is all you. More

Equipment: Which Stand Mixer Should I Buy?

J. Kenji López-Alt 39 comments

A good stand mixer is a true workhorse in the kitchen for anyone who bakes more than occasionally, and just like with food processors, the battle for kitchen superiority (at least for the home consumer) comes down to the choice between KitchenAid and Cuisinart. When selecting one, there are a few criteria that I try to look for. More

Gadgets: Kalorik 4-in-1 Combi Mixer

Gadgets Nikki Goldstein 9 comments

[Photograph: Amazon.com] Gadgets that perform multiple functions can be really hit or miss: Either they do a great job of saving space and consolidating expenses, or they under-perform and disappoint. Oddly enough, the Kalorik 4-in-1 Combi Mixer falls somewhere in between. Its four functions—electric whisk, frother, chopper, and immersion blender—all work well enough, but having independent appliances would probably be a better bet for most cooks. The Kalorik Combi Mixer's spine, so to speak, is the stick that plugs into the wall and connects to the various tools. Though all the attachments have a clear spot on the nicely designed carry-all tray, the stick itself doesn't, which seems like a strange oversight. It takes away from the sleek look... More

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