This unglazed ceramic set offers enough friction for grinding but is lighter and easier to handle than the usual marble.
Few things warm the heart like a slow-cooked stew or braise on a chilly autumn day – except maybe having fewer pots to wash after dinner.
This traditional ceramic “salt pig” from Emile Henry has an unglazed ceramic interior to keep salt dry, and the arched hood protects contents from debris while accommodating the largest of hands.
Preparing a tomato can be a surprisingly complex affair, especially if you’re trying to remove its delicate skin and keep the fleshy interior intact.
Make the most of a good garden harvest with this five-piece canning kit.
Ideal for cozier kitchens where counter space is at a premium, this durable, moisture-resistant bamboo cutting board is designed to fit securely over the sink.
In the grand tradition of the pocket hanky, these reusable, absorbent, organic cotton squares from PeopleTowels are basically pocket paper towels.
There’s little that bamboo can’t do. It replants itself, requires little water and no fertilizers, and grows at a rate of up to 40 inches a day.
Breaking the disposable napkin habit is easy with the help of attractive cloth napkins.
These glass storage containers not only store food safely, they also stack neatly and keep leftovers visible.
To a lemon or lime, this elegant citrus tool from Microplane is everything a box grater is not.
Not to stress: The light and portable Magic Bullet makes fast work of smoothies and other blended foods.
These stylish knives make chopping a pleasure.
These slender “pods” can keep herbs fresh for up to three weeks in your refrigerator.
This salad bowl and chopper tool let you make terrific chopped salads in no time.
These cheery-looking portable food containers from LunchBots offer a pleasing alternative to standard glass and plastic.
This gorgeous cutting board wins on style and substance.
This cool “food pod” from Fusionbrands is designed to let you cook and drain foods all in the same container.
This electric tea kettle heats water faster than a stove or microwave and uses half the energy.
These artist-designed carryout bowls might be just the nudge you need to start bringing your meals to work.