Make Your Kitchen Worthy of a Chef’s Kiss

From master chefs to the cooking averse, everyone could use a little extra help in the kitchen. These gadgets can either help elevate your skills or take a lot of the work out of your hands. The ultimate goal is still the same—delivering something that will make your taste buds smile.

Pizza Oven: It’s Electric

Ooni is known for its home pizza ovens, but it just released its first-ever all-electric option that can be used either indoors or outdoors. The Volt 12 ($999) lets you make pizza the way you want with presets for popular styles such as Neapolitan, deep-dish Detroit-style, and authentic New York-style pizza. Plus, it features controls to move the heat between the top and bottom burners so you can custom cook the pizza to your unique tastes. With its Boost function, it gets the baking stone back to cooking temperatures quickly between uses.

Stand Mixer: Make Baking—A Piece of Cake

Any good baker knows the dangers of under or over mixing, and now so does your mixer. The GE Profile Smart Mixer with Auto Sense ($999) monitors changes in texture and viscosity through motor torque feedback and then optimizes the mixing performance to fit the recipes available in its app. Speaking of the companion app, it will guide you through each step of the recipe and how to take advantage of other features of the mixer, including a built-in smart scale, to ensure you get everything just right for a delicious result.

Coffee Grinder: Unlock More Flavor

If you are a coffee connoisseur who enjoys a freshly brewed cup with your breakfast—or whenever—then consider the Fellow Opus ($195). This all-purpose coffee grinder has 41 easily adjustable settings to handle any brew type ranging from a true 9-bar espresso, to pour-over, French press, cold brew, and more. It is designed to make it easy for anyone to use with a volumetric dosing lid to measure beans for up to 12 cups and a handy grind guide so you know what to do for each brewing style.

Pressure Cooker: A Safe Release

Expected to be released in Q3, CookingPal’s Pronto ($279) is an 8-in-1 pressure cooker that adds some new features compared to similar devices. For starters, it boasts an automatic pressure release system with safety sensors that prevent you from having to release the steam yourself. It also has a spring-loaded, fixed hinge lid with a detachable drip tray, so you don’t have to worry about finding a place to put the lid or cleaning up a messy countertop. And a smart air fryer attachment called the Alto ($119 in Q4) adds the ability to air fry, roast, bake, and grill.

Smart Oven: Skip the Work, Enjoy the Meal

Tovala first introduced its countertop smart oven with a fresh meal service in 2017, but the newly designed Tovala Smart Oven Air Fryer adds a max-power air fry to deliver more crisp and crunch then before. However, the device’s claim to fame remains the same, freshly pre-packaged meals you select from a weekly menu that can be popped in the oven and cooked in 25 minutes or less—which means you have to do virtually nothing. It is available for $249 or $49 if you order it with six weeks of meals over the course of six months.

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