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Aroma 3-in-1 Grillet

By: on November 17, 2016
$26.95 - $29.99
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The Aroma 3-in-1 Grillet has a pretty low price, a pretty decent number of skills, and pretty high marks from reviewers. It's also a pretty safe gift to give this year because it's completely inoffensive, doesn't require a WiFi connection or cellular plan, and is one size fits all. And even if your recipient doesn't need a combo skillet-steamer-slow cooker, you're still doing them a favor by giving them something that's super easy to re-gift down the line.

Aroma's multi-cooker is an electric gadget with an adjustable temperature dial and removable die-cast aluminum cooking pot with raised lines. The pot has a 3.2-quart capacity for stir frying and grilling with the lid off, or steaming, slow cooking, and warming up leftovers with the lid on.

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F*ck, That's Delicious

$16.50 from Amazon »

When I see the title F*ck, That's Delicious, all I can think of are the words, "Mm-hmm! This is a tasty burger!" I wonder if Action Bronson uses Jules Winnfield, or the Jules Winnfield talking action fig

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Amazingly Accurate Tomato Slicer

$12.99 from Amazon »

Convince anyone you're an Olympic tomato wrangler with the Arc "Amazingly Accurate" Tomato Slicer! I don't know how often you need to segment out one of the juicy vegeta-fruits, but for me it's...eh, not that often. Maybe...

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SpiceStack Spice Organizer

$29.99 - $38.92 from Amazon »

SpiceStack is a rack that tucks away your herbs on tidy shelves when you don't need them, and then flips them down for easy viewing and easier access when you do. And for once, I'm talking about the herbs that go in your...

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Yomo Simple Sushi Maker

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People always talk about sushi making as this formidable, elusive craft that many have tried, but all but the most elite and Jiro-Ono-blessed have failed to execute well. And while I basically agree with this assessment...

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Kitchen Ninja Knife Block

$111.43 from Amazon »

A Kitchen Ninja Knife Block for all the Kitchen Klutzes like me! Skilled, stealthy, and precise with my blade hovering above an onion I am not, but my inner covert agent of feudal Japan would still like to see this knife...

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Bacon Express Crispy Bacon Grill

$29.99 from Amazon »

Whole wheat in the toaster, bacon in the...other toaster, a yank of the iceberg, a slice of the tomato, and mmmm. BLTeee-licious. Without turning on the stove or getting popped in the eye with a grease BB....

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SKINZIT Electric Fish Skinner

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Skin my fish? But, but--to quote my grandma when I said I didn't want to eat anything from bread crusts to chicken gizzards when I was a kid--that's the best part! The SKINZIT Electric Fish Skinner says it makes quick...

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biem Instant Stick Butter Sprayer

$129 - $159 from Biem »

Whether you're looking to cut back on the butter or blanket your whole life in a dewy sheen of it, the forthcoming biem Butter Sprayer could be as revolutionary for your popcorn and toast as the Slotdog is for your wieners....

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Happycall Diamond Nonstick Frying Pans

$24.99 - $49.99 from Amazon »

For non-stick stovetop cooking, Happycall's Diamond Frying Pans might be the best thing that ever happened to me and my eggs. In fact, up, over-easy, scrambled, any way you take them, the term non-stick doesn't even come...

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The Whisk Wiper

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What is this whiskcraft I see before me? You mean worming my tongue between the wire loops and getting chocolate cake batter all over my face isn't the best way to clean off the whisk when my girlfriend is baking? Nah....

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AUS-ION Australian Iron Cookware

$79.95 - $179.95 from Amazon »

If the interior "Made in Australia" stamp on each piece of this AUS-ION cookware isn't enough to assure you of where the pots and pans come from, zoom in and check out the ends of their handles. See the hole? See its...

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Foodini 3D Food Printer

$999 - $1,200 from Natural Machines »

I am 0% surprised that someone made a 3D food printer. If we can print jewelry and home decor and machine parts and sugar, why shouldn't we be able to print dinner? Barcelona-based company Natural Machines has created...