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    I'm Not Quite Sure Why You Don't Own These 24 Genius Kitchen Products Yet

    Burger presses, noodle bowls, and a ton of other straight-up awesome things.

    1. A reusable plastic wrap dispenser with a slidable cutter that will make trimming flimsy, sticky cling film a less annoying task. It'll also look a lot cuter on your countertop than a branded box.

    A person slicing a piece of plastic wrap with the cutter

    2. A dessert-decorating device with four different icing tips (as well as two couplers and one fill tip) that'll take your piping skills to the next level. Reviewers say it's a lot easier to use and way less messy than a traditional piping bag.

    A person using the tool to pipe frosting onto a cupcake

    3. A kitchen scrap bin that'll clip right to your countertop, making it easy to discard your crumbs and compostables. Thanks to the included brush scraper tool, you can effortlessly sweep away messes without getting your hands dirty.

    A person scraping salad into the scrap bin

    4. A set of cat-shaped stoneware pinch bowls so you can keep your pre-measured ingredients organized while you tackle a more complex recipe. They're also purr-fect for sauces, dips, and little nibbles.

    The pinch bowls on a table

    5. A trio of terry cloth pan sleeves that'll save you from burning your digits on a piping-hot handle. Reviewers say they're especially great for cast iron pans.

    6. A potato ricer so you can make fluffy mashed potatoes without bending any forks. Reviewers say it's super sturdy and that it's great for making spätzle, too.

    A person using the device to make mashed potatoes

    7. A handy cereal dispenser with an airtight seal that'll keep your favourite breakfast food from going stale in, like, three days. Reviewers say it's also great for storing pet treats and food if you've got a four-legged friend.

    The cereal dispenser on a counter filled with Cheerios

    8. A set of non-stick utensils that'll clip right to your pots and pans, saving you from covering your countertop in sauce splotches. You won't even need to stress about scratches — they're designed not to damage cast iron, stainless steel, and non-stick cookware.

    Three  non-stick utensils clipped onto pots and pans

    9. A flexible pasta strainer that'll snap right onto the edge of your pot or pan. If you've ever accidentally burned your hands with scalding water while pouring out your pasta water, this may be your new best friend.

    A person pouring pasta water into their sink through the strainer

    10. A double-sided whetstone that you can use to keep your kitchen blades in tip-top condition. Reviewers love that it has a non-slip silicone base, saving it from migrating around their countertops while they sharpen their knives.

    A person sharpening a blade of the whetstone

    11. A genius chopping device so you can cut, scoop, and drain your meat in one fell swoop. Because it has a built-in herb stripper, you can use it to prep your thyme and rosemary, too.

    12. A Brothboxx that you can use to freeze your tasty soup bases into gigantic, long-lasting cubes. Each section can hold up to one cup of broth, so you can easily defrost single servings.

    The Brothboxx with soup in it on a cutting board surrounded by veggies

    13. A decorative plexiglass bowl that'll give all your coffee pods a place to call home. Since it's see-through, you'll be able to tell your blondes from your bolds at a single glance.

    Several coffee pods in the bowl beside a mug

    14. A pizza cutter that you rock instead of roll, saving you from moving around all your toppings and messing with that perfect cheese to slice ratio. It's also great for chopping herbs and portioning out desserts.

    A person using the cutter to slice a pizza

    15. A silicone burger mould that'll create eight uniform patties with a single press. Reviewers also use it to freeze portioned-out broth, sauces, and marinades (it's not just a one-trick pony!).

    16. A Baby Yoda bowl and chopsticks set that'll make you wanna eat noods every damn day of your life. It's has a hole and rest built into it, so your chopsticks will never have to sit on your table (ideal if you haven't cleaned in a while).

    The noodle bowl and chopsticks on a wooden counter

    17. A ceramic spoon rest that'll give you somewhere to set your saucy stirrers and spatulas. Thanks to the illustrated cooking conversions painted onto it, you won't have to do any guesswork.

    A person holding the spoon rest

    18. A set of stainless steel measuring spoons that stick together with the help of powerful magnets. That means you'll never be stuck digging around for your missing teaspoon – you'll just have to hunt down the bunch.

    19. A silicone pastry mat that has measurements written on it, so you won't have to bust out a ruler while baking. It can be rolled or folded, meaning it'll take up minimal space in your kitchen.

    A person slamming dough down on the mat

    20. A pair of donut pans that'll save you from rushing over to Timmie's when you've got a hankering for some deep fried dough. Reviewers say they're a cinch to clean and love that the non-stick coating saves them from greasing their pans before use.

    Two donut pans and a donuts on a cooling rack on a counter

    21. An egg container that'll keep those yolky bbs from rolling around and cracking before you're ready to make your breakfast. It has dedicated slots for each egg and a hard plastic lid that'll keep it from caving in if you stack other stuff on top of it.

    A person putting an egg into an almost-full egg container

    22. A stainless steel rolling pin that won't stick to your dough. Reviewers say that because it's so weighty, they don't have to apply a lot of pressure to flatten out their crusts and cookies.

    The rolling pin on a floured surface

    23. A two-tier bamboo bread box that'll keep your loaves and pastries from going prematurely stale. Since it has a windowed door, you'll be able to see when it's time to stock up on more sourdough.

    The bread box with several loaves inside

    24. And finally, a magnetic dry erase menu board so you'll know exactly what you'll be eating and when you'll be eating it. It has sections for each day, as well as space for groceries and additional notes.

    You when all your new kitchen stuff arrives:

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