The Magimix impressed us with each slicing, chopping, grating, and puréeing test we tossed at it, especially with pizza dough—it combined the dough so well that no additional kneading was required.
Sous vide cooking—cooking foods in vacuum-sealed pouches in precisely controlled water baths—is no longer the exclusive preserve of fancy restaurant kitchens. The Anova is one of the best home water bath controllers on the market, with an easy-to-use interface, WiFi support, rock-solid construction, a sleek look, and an affordable price tag to boot.
A large platter is a must-have for any household, especially during Eaater. This oval platter has high enough sides to accommodate saucier dishes, while the gray-and-white hand-glazed finish gives it a one-of-a-kind feel.
The Breville produced crispy brown waffles the fastest and with the most consistent color of all the batches we tested, making it the best option if you prefer thinner waffles. Although it makes only one waffle at a time, it reheats and cooks rapidly, so you can crank out waffle after waffle with ease. The built-in drip tray, nonstick surface, and minimal design keep cleanup effortless.