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    32 Things That'll Probably Make Your Home Feel Like A Restaurant

    Pasta eaten out of fancy shallow pasta bowls > pasta eaten off a regular old plate.

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    1. A trio lasagna pan designed so all of your edges are so perfectly crisped it will taste like Remy from Ratatouille cut them with his own discerning, bougie eyes.

    FYI, you can 6,000% use these for brownies, blondies, and bread too. This is also great for making several kinds of lasagna at once, if you and other fam members have different preferences!

    Promising review: "There's nothing but good coming from this pan! Yummy crunchy edges on every piece! I made three different kinds of lasagna in this pan and all I can say is that there were already plans for the next batch before this one was gone! This pan is heavy duty, has an awesome nonstick coating, and will definitely stand up to much use. The recipe called for spraying the pan with nonstick spray but it was completely unnecessary. Have already suggested this pan to others." —srenee

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    2. A set of rainbow flatware to make every meal feel so upscale and trendy you might just make your entire kitchen a rainbow oasis 🌈.

    Rainbow tinted silverware on a plate

    Promising review: "OMG I’m in love with the color of these!!! They’re so beautiful and shiny!! I thought maybe they would be too much cleaning for me cuz I don’t want to have to polish my silverware every time I wash them! I just don’t have time for that but thankfully that isn’t an issue with these they come out of the dishwasher all bright and pretty looking brand new!!! They seem to be a good quality all the way around!!! I definitely recommend getting these!!! I had a dinner party and my guests all had to know where I got my unicorn silverware!! Lol I think they should be renamed for sure!! Unicorn silverware is a very fitting name for these!!" —Katie Eagle

    Get a 20-piece set from Amazon for $23.99 (available in eight sets).

    3. A set of three dough presses in different sizes perfect for hand pies, dumplings, ravioli, calzones, empanadas, and truly any delicious thing you can think of that you want tucked into a pillow of warm carbs.,

    Promising review: "This was a great purchase for the price. I was making empanadas and folding them by hand, which didn’t look too good. This set helps me cut them easily into circles and then easily presses them close. Consistent look each time! I like that there are three sizes in the set so I can make them according to my mood. Easy to wash and use. Would highly recommend for the price and functionality!" —Sox

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $7.93.

    4. A bottle of avocado hot sauce to both delight and emotionally confuse your tastebuds with the combo of creamy avo + HEAT so delicious you'll be like, "Welp, time to open my own taco truck."


    The question is less what can you put it on and more what *can't* you put it on. Reviewers mention salads, burritos, eggs, burgers, sandwiches, and steak.

    Promising review: "So good. Favorable and just a mild hot, it's really good on anything that needs a little something — eggs, beans and rice, etc. Not a 'hot sauce' as much as a flavor enhancer. And, name aside, not really avocado in flavor; the avocado base just provides a little creamier, smoother, richer base for the spiciness. I can see people who don't like avocados still liking this sauce." —Jennifer

    Get it from Amazon for $11.89 (also available in Sriracha and Jalapeno flavor).

    5. A mini waffle maker that'll churn out adorably-sized, perfectly cooked-through waffles so quickly it'll put IHOP to shame — not to mention hash browns, paninis, biscuits, and even (gasp) PIZZA.


    Here's a whole slew of inspo from an article on surprising things you can make in a waffle maker (waffled tomato grilled cheese, y'all) if you need some boredom busters to get you started.

    Promising review: "YES! Tiny Eggo-sized waffles! Put anything into it — hash browns, tater tots, waffle mix, canned biscuits! Add nuts and berries and things! It even comes with a little recipe booklet! It fits in the palm of your hand, you could literally stuff it in the back of a drawer, but you won't, because as soon as you get it everyone wants mini waffles for every meal. It heats up super fast and is a breeze to clean. If you're making a whole mess of waffles, be sure to give it a quick spritz of nonstick spray every couple waffles or so, so it doesn't rend your delicious waffles asunder. Excellent value." —Bryce Pierce

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in nine other non-heart-shaped colors).

    6. A set of restaurant-worthy shallow pasta bowls to make you feel like you're genuinely ~plating~ all your meals like a professional — this is like a bowl and a plate had a very stylish, SUPER convenient baby for all your pasta and salad needs.

    White plate slightly curved like a bowl with food in it

    Promising review: "These bowls are great. I lived my entire life until now without owning shallow bowls. I’ve been eating spaghetti off of a plate like some kind of wild animal. My life is forever changed." —JessieMo

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $28.03.

    7. Or a deep, bizarrely chic salad bowl that'll make your work-from-home lunch feel like it's getting served to you at a fancy café.,

    A fun fact about me is that I am a slob, and when I eat salad, I go to CLOWN TOWN on it. I recently purchased one of these bowls for my lunch salads and I could not love it more. The depth is very satisfying for tossing all my odds and ends into, I've *seriously* minimized the spills, and this is super duper easy to clean. Now if I could just stop myself from insufferably Instagramming all my lunches, I'd be set!!

    Promising review: "Love them. Use them for salads and they work really well without spilling any salad off the plate. Also use for large fruit salads. I'm sure that spaghetti would also work. Definitely worth the price." —Enjoy Coffee

    Get it from Amazon for $8.89 (available in four sizes).

    8. A ridiculously popular (like, over 50,000 positive reviews) Lodge pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet you can use to sauté, sear, bake, broil, braise, fry, *or* grill. It's also built to last for decades, whether you're using it on the reg in the oven to make pillowy biscuits or on the stove to make the kind of steak that'll waft through your whole house.

    The black skillet with a long handle and a second helper handle with salmon and veggies inside

    Promising review: "I love this skillet! I've used it on the stove:gas and electric (on glass tops do not drag this skillet on it, it will scratch the glass) as well as over fire outdoors. I've owned it for eight months now and it still looks as new as it did eight months ago. Make sure to research how to clean your cast iron cookware and always heat them up to evaporate any surface moisture after cleaning before oiling. I've made many different foods in this, Utica Greens, bacon, eggs, steak, pizza...etc. All have come out perfect. Be aware this skillet is huge so make sure you have room to store it and it is also heavy...About 12 pounds I think, so my wife does have trouble moving it, I also need two hands to carry the sucker especially when it's loaded with food! I would say I would buy this again, but I see this skillet lasting forever!" —Tinkerman

    Get it from Amazon for $14.88.

    9. A beginner-friendly fermenting kit complete with everything you need to "set it and forget it," so you can serve yourself lil' sides of pickled things with your dishes like a fancy farm-to-table restaurant.

    Three jars of fermenting beets, carrots, and cucumbers

    Each kit comes with three fermenting lids with airlock valves, date setters, and an easy release tab, as well as an oxygen extractor. The lids are compatible with most wide mouth mason jars (you can snag four Ball mason jars on Amazon for $12.82).

    Promising review: "I have now been using my Easy Fermenter for several months. I continue to be delighted with the results. My favorite recipes are a cabbage/carrot sauerkraut, and a blend of fermented peppers (some sweet, some hot). I have recommended these fermenting lids to many of my friends because they make fermenting foods so incredibly easy! You will NOT be disappointed." —K. Dixon

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99.

    10. A *super* compact eight-in-one spiralizer that also grates cheese, juices fruits, and cuts ribbons, and more. All you have to do is change out one of the interlocking caps for a new function. Fresh squeezed OJ? Zoodles in the air fryer? Grated parmesan on your pasta? Done, done, and done. (And you never have to say "when"!!)

    Emma Lord/BuzzFeed, Amazon

    I recently purchased this because it was my cheapest option for making zoodles, and also because my apartment is the size of a shoebox and there was no room for anything bigger. I LOVE how easy it is to swap out the caps to do other things, too — I've started grating my own cheeses and feel very fancy. But mostly I just love that it's very safe to use (it comes with a finger guard!), super easy to figure out, very compact, and even has measurements on the inside of the cup if you're ever portioning things out for a recipe.

    Promising review: "LOVE THIS. I absolutely love this. So far I've used the thicker spiralizer, two of the grater things, and then the juicer. I love how easy this makes keeping everything together. And it's sharp so it actually cuts through things without you needing to work super hard to do it. The only thing I don't love is that the spiralizers are a bit hard to clean, but I guess that's with all of them? Not sure, this is the first I've owned. But, overall I'd recommend it :)" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    11. A salt and pepper grinder for ridiculously fresh, delicious seasoning on everything you make — a nice bonus is that these are an *excellent* dupe for other grinders that can get upwards of $100 with the same functionality and look.

    Two glass grinders with stainless steel tops full of pepper and sea salt

    These each hold about 6 ounces to minimize refills, and the knob at the top lets you adjust your coarseness settings so you can get your desired pepper and salt thickness juuuuust right.

    Promising review: "This set fit the bill for me — it has an easy to use adjustable grind setting and I like the top feature where you can grind into the lid for larger spice needs. My pepper (purchased separately) gives off a nice scent and peppery bite to foods that was missing from prior grinders. I guess you could spend three times as much for a grinder, but at this point, I don't see an advantage. All that and the (family owned) company reaches out for any assistance needed and even has a 'Chief Happiness Officer.' You gotta love that title. I am pleased to own the set and would not hesitate to give as a gift."Jane Doe

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $19.99.

    12. A sushi-making kit perfect for beginners or intermediate sushi makers, so you can finally mix and match the exact ingredients your adventurous heart desires.,

    I'm definitely going to sushi jail for this, but I've started putting peanut butter in my avocado rolls. Don't knock it until you try it. Anyway, each kit comes with two sushi rolling mats, five pairs of chopsticks, a paddle, a spreader, and a PDF of instructions, including recipes for six popular rolls.

    Promising review: "The entire Bamboo Sushi Kit is absolutely well made, easy to use, easy to clean, high-end restaurant quality, and durable. it was very nicely packaged, and instructions clear, in-depth and very easy to follow. No one (myself included) in my household has ever made sushi before but (thanks to the enclosed instructions), there were no issues making it. My daughter did an awesome job utilizing these products to make 'FISH-FREE SUSHI' with pickled ginger on top, was delectable! Finally, I highly recommend this set. It comes at a small cost but don't let that deter you — the quality and overall aforementioned features is undoubtedly above and beyond excellent, thus (IMO), it is the perfect product! Loooooove it!" —Liza

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    13. An air fryer that can cook so many different dishes using the power of rapid air technology that it'll spoil you for other methods of cooking forever. Perfectly crisped french fries, veggies, and chicken wings in less than 20 minutes — no oil required.


    If you're looking for some fun inspo, BuzzFeed assembled a list of copycat air fryer recipes you can make in lockdown, including copycat McDonald's fries, copycat KFC biscuits, and copycat Taco Bell crunch wraps.

    Promising review: "I have been thinking of getting an air fryer for a while now. The price point and the comments regarding customer service finally pushed me to purchase this fryer. Best cooking gadget I have ever purchased! I have had it for four days and have used it every day! I have made fries, fish, shrimp, potatoes, and bacon in this marvel! The flavor is amazing and I have not used any oil yet. I did purchase an accessory kit but have not used it yet — still making things as it came. I am great at burning things in the pan and in the oven. I really like how you can open the basket to check the food as it is cooking without losing the time or the temperature. I have not burned one thing! It is extremely easy to clean! It is large, but I WILL make room for it on my counter!" —CK

    Get it from Amazon for $69.99+ (available in four colors).

    14. An avocado slicer, because yes, avocado is delicious, but fancily cut avocado you can put on Instagram and humble brag about your brunch making skills? Out of this world.

    This three-in-one tool can split an avocado with its pointy tip, remove the pit with its center, and make perfectly even slices with the bottom — a much safer alternative to using a regular knife and potential falling prey to the dreaded "avocado hand."

    Promising review: "I'm a millennial and can't live without my avocado toast a few times weekly. Thank goodness for this little gadget that is literally getting me through this quarantine. #bravocado!" —Alissa Nemnich

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    15. A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey to instantly elevate every dish you make to "my compliments to the CHEF" level. You can add a pinch of sweet and a kick of spice to anything from pizza to salads to tacos to — be still my '90s bb heart — grilled cheese.

    A bottle of the honey drizzled on pizza

    Promising review: "This is now a staple for my kitchen. How I cooked without it before, I'll never know. Makes the best vinaigrette ever, quick pan sauces for pork, unexpected zip in dozens of dishes. Does it come in gallons? Have given it as hostess gifts several times and everyone gets hooked." —Martha Ronemus

    Check out BuzzFeed's review of Mike's Hot Honey for more info!

    Get it from Amazon for $9.49.

    16. A tiny milk frother so you can start concocting your own cozy café drinks so delicious that you might just start a new TikTok trend.


    It's also teensy for storing and cleans with a quick stream of hot running water, and works on cold *and* hot beverages.

    Promising review: "This is seriously my best quarantine purchase and I have made a lot! No need for Starbucks anymore. My craving has been fulfilled. I make at least one fancy drink every morning. To make the cold foam similar to Starbucks salted honey you use a little milk (I use almond), a sprinkle of salt, and some honey then use the frother. It makes so much from a small amount and the taste is delicious!! This will be your new morning best friend. I am so happy!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $13.95 (available in 10 colors).

    17. A set of hand-blown crystal wine glasses with a depth that will feel ooooh-so-satisfying when you're using it to swirl red wine with your hand.

    A set of two deep glass long-stemmed wine glasses with red wine

    Promising review: "I've been on the hunt for the perfect red wine glass and I finally found it with this brand. The glass is so sturdy, one solid piece (which adds to the sturdiness), and the shape is BEAUTIFUL. I loved them so much that I ordered a second set to have. The glasses also arrived packaged very securely. The final thing that made me give this company and these glasses 5 stars was the customer service. They honor the part about replacing a broken glass at no cost to you. I clumsily dropped one and they sent me a replacement, no questions asked. From now on, all my drinkware will come from this company." —Dayna Thompson

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $21.99.

    18. Plus an elegant personalized wine decanter so you can go for that full "back room in the Italian restaurant" vibe.

    Clear glass wine decanter with angled lid and a monogram etched on it

    This decanter can hold up to 40 ounces of wine, with a unique elevated center at the base to aerate your red wine and improve the taste. This item is sold through Zazzle, but is actually made by the artisans at family-owned Home Wet Bar in Oklahoma, which has specialized in unique gifts since 2004.

    Get it from Zazzle for $59.95.

    19. A small crushed ice machine to make a *ton* of restaurant dupes — people mention using it for homemade Sno Cones, Frappuccinos, or even just as a quick fix for anyone who loves crushed ice from the gas station or fast food restaurants they might not to get to very often now.

    Promising review: "I really like crushed (read: Sonic) ice, but I've not been getting soft drinks there since the pandemic started up. So, I decided to try this. For the price, I was surprised how good this gadget is. My half moon ice cubes from my ice maker fit well, I can do about eight cubes at a time. The cranking is not hard, just make sure it's on a surface that the rubber feet can grip. I like the ice texture." —CJG

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    20. A basbaas sauce that can complement preeeetty much any dish you throw at it, and comes in two varieties: Coconut Cilantro Chutney and Tamarind Date Sauce. Each has a unique flavor profile, and is also vegan, gluten-free, and made with organic ingredients.


    Basbaas is a Seattle-based, Black-owned business with a name derived from the Somali term for chili, and sauces that "embody the bold flavors of Somali cuisine with a uniquely American twist."

    Get both from Basbaas: the Coconut Cilantro Chutney for $9.99 and the Tamarind Date Sauce for $9.99.

    21. A set of personalized napkin rings to give any at-home date night a touch of sophistication.

    A napkin cinched by a copper wire in the shape of a "J"
    Simply Chic Coils

    Simply Chic Coils is a Washington-based Etsy shop established in 2015 that specializes in personalized keepsakes made of wire.

    Promising review: "Loved them, just perfect. Will be ordering more sets for other friends who I know will like them very much. Packaged carefully...everything done with quality in mind. Thanks." —Lynda

    Get it from Simply Chic Coils on Etsy for $2 each (available in three colors).

    22. A silicone pan that can be used for homemade bagels and donuts so fresh and fragrant you'll be like, "Ah, yes, it's time to leave my old life behind and open a limited batch bakery out of my back porch.",

    Psst — here's an extremely easy-to-follow Greek yogurt bagel recipe you can add your own spices and ingredients to (plus a lot of reviewers mention using this for keto bagels, if that lights your fire). Brb, slathering everything in cheese and garlic salt and living the dream.

    Promising review: "This silicone pan is great! I had been wanting to try making baked donuts and didn’t realize how easy it is! Pan is easy to use, clean and the donuts came out of pan easily and without breaking/sticking to the pan." —Tyler

    Get it from Amazon for $7.49.

    23. Plus a shaker of Trader Joe's Everything but the Bagel Seasoning, a truly iconic condiment that deserves a spot in all your restaurant-worthy dishes — I'm talking salad, meats, homemade breads, ice cream (just TRUST me), the whole nine yards.,

    Psst — you can definitely get this at Trader Joe's for less money, but if you're finding it hard to get to a TJ's right now or just plain don't live near one, this is a good way to grab some!

    Promising review: "This stuff is great on so many things! My favorite is I stuff a chicken breast with Laughing Cow cheese wedge and bacon bits and sprinkle this on top and bake in the toaster oven. So glad Amazon has this since we have no Trader Joe's around here." —Michele

    Get it from Amazon for $8.48.

    24. An Instant Pot pre-programmed so you can add a ton of delicious meals to your ~menu~ by literally putting them in the pot and pressing a button, from soups to stews to rice to porridge to slow-cooked veggies and meats.

    Psst — here's a list of over 70 super easy Instant Pot recipes, from broccoli cheddar soup to buffalo chicken lettuce cups to salmon with lemon dill sauce 😋.

    Promising review: "Who needs a kitchen anymore? To say that I love my Instant Pot is an understatement. I've had it for only two weeks and I swear I haven't touched my stove or pans. So easy to use and so many functions. You can sauté meat, make hard-boiled eggs, perfect rice and beans, steam vegetables in a matter of minutes. The Instant Pot community is large and there are always recipes to be shared. So simple to use and clean. I've made anything from perfectly hard-boiled eggs whose shells just fall off on their own, to soups, Mongolian beef and spaghetti! I am so glad I jumped in the Instant Pot bandwagon and cannot wait to purchase accessories in the future to make cheesecake and other things." —yestfl

    Get it from Amazon for $79 (available in two sizes).

    25. A silicone muffin mold to recreate the best words a server can ever ask you: "Would you like a free bread basket?" This mold can make perfect single-sized portions of muffins, brioches, and pastries, and more.,

    This also works without a ton of nonstick prep, and with ridiculously easy cleanup!

    Promising review: "OMGosh I love this thing!!! I've always wanted one but too lazy to get one and finally got one. I love love love it!!! I use it to make eggs, veggies, and muffins. Just spray a little Pam on it and the muffins puffed up so beautifully and they literally fell out of the silicone pan!! Love it!!! Highly recommend!!" —Julie Frey

    Get one from Amazon for $9.99.

    26. A rapid egg cooker so versatile, it can cook eggs in five different ways, making it the true MVP of brunching at home.


    I've owned one of these babies and have faithfully used it every week for upward of two years, and especially love it during quarantine — it simplifies breakfast because I know no matter what weird assortment of groceries I'm working with, there are precooked eggs to add some protein to it (I like mine medium-boiled 🍳). If my dinner is boring or seems like it needs a little extra "oomph" to it, I'll throw in an egg from this too. Some reviews note that the alarm on it is a little loud, but the new models have significantly decreased the volume and sing a little song instead!

    Promising review: "You know those objects that are totally unnecessary, but you see them and fall in love and live forever in happiness with your random kitschy thing? This is that thing. I saw this egg cooker on a BuzzFeed list and, even though I am a fully functioning adult who has never had trouble cooking eggs before in my life, I knew I had to have it. I have not been disappointed. It makes especially lovely, perfectly round omelets with minimal cleanup required. Hard and soft boiled eggs cook evenly and taste great. The poached eggs are tender and melt in your mouth over toast." —Sonnet A. Fitzgerald

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in five colors).

    27. A panini press that'll make you crispy Panera-level sandwiches instead of the boring ones you were grilling in a pan.


    Word to the wise — it'll also cook pizza and open-faced sandwiches. Infinite cheese toast = infinite possibilities.

    Promising review: "I am very happy with this panini press. I was a little leery because of the low price but my worry was unfounded. The packaging was easy to open and easy to remove the press. The plates heat up fast and are easy to wipe off. I was feeling lazy one day do I used this to cook burgers. It worked very well. I think I'll even try a steak on it! Very happy I made this purchase!" —Iowagal4

    Get it from Amazon for $32.75 (available in three colors).

    28. A creamy roasted garlic aioli made with the teensiest touch of mustard to add a little extra ~oomph~ to pretty much every genre of food on your dinner plate.

    The aioli
    Stonewall Kitchen

    I am currently in possession of a jar of this aioli, and here's a running list of things I have put it on: a burger, asparagus, a baked potato, a pork chop, a salad, a grilled cheese, and if I have some leftover on my plate without anything to dip it in, literal air. You can read my full and aggressive review of the Roasted Garlic Aioli for more details. My blood is 90% garlic aioli at the moment.

    Get it from Stonewall Kitchen for $7.95.

    29. A meal delivery from HomeChef, which will send you portioned and labeled ingredients for all kinds of meals that you can customize yourself using an app. It's sort of like being your *own* fancy chef, but with training wheels.

    salmon and rice

    You can peruse HomeChef's menu to see their current (customizable!) offerings, which include easy meals, 15-minute meals, and meals that are already oven-ready. Psst — if you don't like a recipe's protein offering, you can swap it our double it.

    Get meals from HomeChef for $6.99+ — plus, if you use the promo code BUZZFEEDHC60, you can take $15 off your first four boxes ($60 off in total).

    30. A ghost pepper and blueberry hot sauce, because honestly every restaurant has its signature sauce, and this one could *easily* be yours.

    The bottle of sauce
    World Market

    Promising review: "Really tasty 😋 Used on my French toast! I think it'd be good on ice cream too! I'll probably try using it to BBQ or smoked meat.. It was spicy still, but with sweetness still. Nothing overpowering. Just yummy 😋" —World Market Customer

    Get it from World Market for $5.99.

    31. A beloved microwave pasta cooker to make cooking pasta so easy, you'll be eating like restaurant royalty seven days a week.

    Model straining noodles from pasta cooker

    Promising review: "I don't want to get all gushy over a pasta maker, but man...I really love this gizmo! I try to limit my monthly food expenditures and the Fasta Pasta helps me work in at least one inexpensive pasta meal every week. If not more. First of all, I like spaghetti — either with normal Prego-type sauce or sometimes just with butter and Romano cheese sprinkled on. But I'm lazy and impatient and don't like things that take a long time to make, with a bunch of steps, and a big clean up afterwards. The Fasta Pasta is perfect for me. I get the exact amount of correctly-measured spaghetti; it's faster than boiling water in a big pot then having to watch and stir the pasta; the pasta comes out perfectly cooked every time; and the cleanup is a snap. No big pot; no colander; no spaghetti fork to lift out the pasta. Just the easy to clean Fasta Pasta, and a pot to heat up the sauce. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!" —Smilin Sam

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    32. A breakfast sandwich maker that may be small but can cook an egg, toast bread, warm precooked meat, and melt cheese into the perfect sammie all at once. Dunkin' whomst??


    Promising review: "I bought the double size cause even though the cycle is only about five minutes, it is good to have two finished by then. It works well and is easy to clean. I'm careful to cut the cheese and meat to a proper size so there is very little mess. I have not needed to run the parts through the dishwasher yet. We use it fairly often now with the virus keeping us at home and it works well." —Mr. Wayne S. Mergott Jr.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

    You in your very own home restaurant, eating your bliss:


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