One of the best things about sous vide is the simplicity of the process, but a few key tools can make your workflow and your results that much better. These are them.
This Sterline spiralizer can cut your favorite fruits and vegetables into versatile stings and strands, and includes three different blades, and even suction cups on the bottom to keep it locked to your counter. Today’s $10 price tag (after clipping the $1 coupon) is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on one of…
Name a kitchen appliance category. If Breville doesn’t make the best one, they at least make the most enjoyable one to use that’s by far the best looking. The Breville Boss Superblender is no exception, with an intuitive interface, scary power, and some Apple-esque magic thrown in for good measure.
If you’ve ever eaten at a nice steakhouse, there’s a good chance you’ve eaten sous-vide meat. Here’s a secret though: It’s really easy to get those kinds of results yourself, and Amazon’s here to help with a $122 deal on the newest Wi-Fi version of Anova’s top-selling immersion circulator.
Obviously, there are better and more feature-packed meat smokers out there, but if you’re just curious about the process, this Char-Broil is a fine starter model. And if you’re the DIY type, there are even some easy modifications you could implement to improve it. The Deluxe model costs twice as much as the standard…
The original Dash Egg Cooker was one of the fastest items to ever join our bestseller pantheon, and now, you can score the Deluxe model for just $26. This is the same Dash our readers know and love, but now it can cook a full dozen eggs at once, rather than just six.
The Steam Grill from Uchicook is a simple but brilliant addition to your pan arsenal, one that, you guessed it, steams and grills at the same time.
If you’ve ever eaten at a nice steakhouse, there’s a good chance you’ve eaten sous-vide meat. Here’s a secret though: It’s really easy to get those kinds of results yourself, and Amazon’s here to help with a $102 deal on the Bluetooth version of Anova’s top-selling immersion circulator.
If you can’t afford to outfit your entire kitchen with All-Clad gear, this 1.5 quart Cuisinart saucepan uses the same Tri-ply technology of 18/10 stainless steel surrounding an aluminum core, and it can be yours for just $18. I own a slightly larger model of this saucepan, and absolutely love it.
You should own a stainless steel pan. Actually, you should own several of them, and you can pick up seven (plus five lids) from Amazon today for just $130.
Meater is the sous-vide of meat thermometers, and its only $69.
The humble and inexpensive cast iron skillet is one of most important pieces of cooking gear you can own, and Lodge’s highly-rated 8” model is back down to $9 on Amazon, albeit as an add-on item. Obviously, this is too small to be your main skillet, but it’d be great if you were cooking for yourself, or heating up…
The Instant Pot Mini is a damn good rice cooker (and a lot of other things too), but if you really just want the best rice possible, this $98 Zojirushi is a great deal at $98. The secret here fuzzy logic, which allows it to cook your rice very precisely.
For all that we talk about upgrading to cast iron and tri-ply, non-stick pans are still the ideal for certain tasks, and surprise, they don’t have to be crap.
A Sous-vide circulator may be the best money you ever invest in your cooking, and the best cooking you ever do. With top brands dropping below $100 on Kinja Deals, and no-name brands even starting to come in under $50, is it worth paying up to eight times as much for Mellow?
If you don’t own a pressure cooker, today’s a great day to fix that. The newest, pint-sized 3Qt Instant Pot Mini wants a permanent home on your kitchen counter, and it just got its first ever discount down to just $60.
Take the pack of three bamboo or plastic cutting boards you bought on a whim and throw them in the garbage. Or, at least order this awesome John Boos solid maple, reversible wooden cutting board and then throw your other crappy ones out when this arrives. At $70, it’s a worthwhile investment, but that price is gone by…
These $11 gloves let you grab a hot pan out of the oven, pull meat right off a grill, or even turn logs in an active campfire without getting burned, like some kind of superhero. We’ve seen silicone barbecue gloves for less than this in the past, but these are rated for much higher temperatures, and should be more…
BioLite, maker of our favorite camping stoves and lighting, is back with a FirePit we’ve been psyched about since we saw it in action back in December. Their Kickstarter launched today and is already... on fire.
These $13 gloves let you grab a hot pan out of the oven, pull meat right off a grill, or even turn logs in an active campfire without getting burned, like some kind of superhero. We’ve seen silicone barbecue gloves for less than this in the past, but these are rated for much higher temperatures, and should be more…