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Consider investing in a high-quality knife or two, and then take good care of them. According to Jeffrey Elliot and James P. DeWan, authors of Zwilling J.A. Henckels Complete Book of Knife Skills, a good knife should be cleaned and dried by hand directly after use and kept in a sheath, knife tray, knife block, or on a magnetic wall mount.


Need the perfect gift for a friend, but can't go too high-end? Check out the Cuisinart Double Belgian Waffle Maker, which gives you control over crispness. $99;

Skip the juice bar! You can whip up your own cool, refreshing drinks at home with these easy-to-use juicers.

Splurge Serious about juicing? The Kuvings B6000 Whole Slow Juicer gets more of the good stuff from whole fruits and veggies by crushing and pressing them. $429.95;

Planning a summer camping trip or picnic at the beach? Pack one of these portable grills for flame-kissed veggie burgers and skewers wherever you roam. (P.S.: They’re great for small patios too.)


The cast-iron skillet is a true kitchen champ: it retains heat longer than steel, lasts forever, and gets more non-stick the more you use it. For a pretty presentation, take it straight from stove or oven to table.



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