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    31 Products For People Who Love To Eat, But Suck At Cooking

    Goodbye stress, goodbye mess, hello delicious food.

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    1. A set of silicone cups that'll make cooking perfectly poached eggs so much easier. Family doesn't think you can cook breakfast? YOLK'S ON THEM!

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    No need to swirl the water, no danger of breaking your yolk, no need to add vinegar! And you can even use these to make poached eggs in the microwave.

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $11.97.

    Promising review: "These things are fantastic. I am a total klutz in the kitchen. A complete noncook. And yet two poached eggs came out perfectly the first time I used these little beauties. A squirt of Pam in each cup, crack and drop the egg in, set them on the turntable of my 1,100-watt microwave, cover them with a paper towel and 60 seconds later I had two completely delicious wonderfully done poached eggs. Voila! If I can do it, anyone can... Boy, am I impressed.!!!" —Leland C. Sheppard

    2. A beautifully informative print, which'll identify and describe herbs and spices so you can kick your food up a notch when it comes to flavor.

    The poster, with images of spices, their names, and notes about them
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    BAM!

    Get it from Amazon for 8.99.

    Promising review: "This poster is stunning. We of course hung it in our kitchen. I framed it in a Craig Frames 24x36 frame and it looks perfect. There is SO MUCH DETAIL to the many pictures and all the text (and all the TEXT IS READABLE!). Plus, it has multiple versions of the spices, like in ground or granulated form in addition to its natural form. Love that it has some of the most famous spice blends like curry, garam masala, Chinese five spice, herbs de provence, and pickling spices. This is such a great centerpiece of art for a kitchen. People will love to comment on it and ask questions about it as well as just look at it for a long time." —Roderick Rinehart

    3. A set of shredding claws with handles so you can transform a store-bought rotisserie chicken into a HUGE variety of meals with ease — and without burning your fingers or getting them greasy.

    Hands shredding a rotisserie chicken with the black claws
    Amazon

    Get them from Amazon for $14.99 (also available in a BBQ essentials set, which comes with a basting brush).

    Promising review: "The handles make the difference! These are my first meat-shredding claws; I can't say how they would compare to the competition. I bought them because of the handles which seem more ergonomic for gripping than the other types meat-shredding claws. I made a pork roast last week and these claws took it apart easily." —Noreladim

    Seriously, the number of gourmet meals you can make with a grocery store rotisserie chicken is incredible!! Plus, you don't have to worry about dealing with raw meat. 🙌

    A header image of "24 cheap and easy meals you can make with rotisserie chicken" with photos of example recipes
    Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed

    4. A silicone safeguard to prevent your pot from boiling over and getting pasta water all over your cooktop. Are you as TIRED of scrubbing as I am?!

    A reviewer's pot not boiling over due to the silicone tool
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    A watched pot never boils, but an unwatched pot makes a huge mess. This bb is heat safe up to 482 degrees, so you can safely pee while your pasta cooks without dealing with the aftermath. You can even steam veggies right on top!

    Get it from Amazon for $8.49+ (also available in green).

    Promising review: "Love this product! It does exactly what it is designed to do. It really works, has prevented many boil overs for me. I can now make my oatmeal, pasta, or chicken broth without any worry of a messy spillover. I no longer have to stand near the stove to watch for the boil-over point, I can do other things or get distracted while this marvelous invention takes care of whatever I am simmering or boiling. It is a great value, you get two of them and I gave one to my son who cooks. It is also easy to clean, you can pop the yellow flower off for easier cleaning." —Hey Mom

    5. A seven-in-one Instant Pot Duo you've probably heard a lot about — for a good reason. Or rather seven good reasons: It'll slow cook, pressure cook, make rice, sauté, make yogurt, and keep food warm. Bye-bye other appliances and bye bye burnt-on stovetop pans!

    Instant pot making mac and cheese
    Amazon

    Get a six-quart Instant Pot from Amazon for $79 (also available in three-quart and eight-quart sizes).

    Promising reviews: "Best thing I’ve ever bought! I use it constantly and it’s wonderfully fast! Producing great meals." —Trubyslippers

    "We bought this a few weeks ago since we have been hearing so much about them and let me tell you, these are the best thing to come around since sliced bread. Basically we haven't had anything to eat in two weeks that hasn't been made in the Instant Pot. The pot itself comes with a recipe book and there are so many more online and we are yet to find a recipe that isn't amazing. The build of the Pot is super sturdy as well. highly recommend." —Thomas D

    6. And a copy of the Ultimate Instant Pot Cookbook to get you started whipping up deliciousness in your new multitasking miracle.

    The cover of the book
    Ten Speed Press

    It has recipes for every meal of the day, entertaining faves, holiday dishes, and vegetarian options. Reviewers agree that it's the "best Instant Pot cookbook!"

    Get it from Amazon for $14.50 or from Bookshop for $27.59 (to support local bookshops).

    7. A handheld grater with two different-size grating blades so you can whip up the easiest and tastiest meal: cacio e pepe (aka pasta with pepper, butter, and grated cheese, plus a little reserved pasta water).

    tastingtable.com, Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $11.93.

    Promising review: "Sturdy, sharp, convenient. Way better than I expected. Bought this as I was tired of dragging out appliances or replicating with a knife. It does the job well." —Amazon Queen

    Check out the recipe for cacio e pepe at Tasting Table.

    8. Or a two-in-one bowl and colander set that'll let you drain your pasta without forgetting to save some of the water to add to the sauce. Instant silkiness is theirs!

    The white set with a pouring spout on the bowl
    Food52

    Get it from Food52 for $30+ (available in two sizes and five colors).

    Promising review: "I don’t like buying and storing extra kitchen gadgets that aren’t very useful, but this is well worth it. It comes in quite handy for pastas and vegetables." —Gila B.

    9. The Flavor Bible, a cookbook and guide to creating mouth-watering combinations of ingredients, textures, and temperatures for all skill levels as you develop confidence in the kitchen.

    The cover of the book with text "the essential guide to culinary creativity, based on the wisdom of America's most imaginative chefs"
    Little Brown and Company

    There are suggested combinations (over 70 things go well with chickpeas, apparently), plus pages dedicated to specific main ingredients (like chicken or lamb) to inspire you to create *your own* recipes!

    Get it from Amazon for $22.49 or from Bookshop for $36.80 (to support local bookstores).

    10. A set of measuring spoons for those hard-to-guess amounts that'll add juuuuust the right amount of flavor.

    The set of drop, smidgen, pinch, dash, and tad measuring spoons
    Amazon

    "So mom, how do you make your famous chili?" "Oh, you know, a pinch of this, a dash of that..."

    Get them from Amazon for $9.97.

    Promising review: "I have two other sets of mini measuring spoons that look similar to this set. I like these spoons much better because in addition to having the 'name' of the measurement on each spoon (drop, smidgen, pinch, etc.), these spoons also have the exact measurement imprinted on each spoon (1/64, 1/32, etc.). Makes measuring so much easier this way." —Lisa 1972

    11. A 4-in-1 burger press and stuffed patty mold that'll help you whip up a Jucy Lucy in the comfort of your own home — (you won't even have to wear pants).

    Patties showing the different sizes: stuffed patty, 1/2-3/4 lb. patty, 1/4 lb patty and slider
    Amazon

    If you don't know what a Jucy Lucy is, you need to educate yourself. And BTW, that's not its only use: this baby can make little sliders too! And of course, regular burgers, too.

    Get it from Amazon for $12.06.

    Promising review: "I purchased this for my son who is working on cooking for himself. This makes the process easy to form even burgers. Have not used it for stuffing yet but I'm sure it will be great. Easy to wash (I prefer hand wash) Perfect gift parents can give kids so they don't get frustrated when trying to learn how to cook. Also perfect for those that have issues with manual dexterity. Well worth it!" —Karen

    12. A handy-dandy aluminum baking tray (or two), so you can try all 18,000 of those sheet pan dinner recipes you've seen with minimal effort. All you need is a protein + veggies + salt + oil + any seasonings you want. That is IT.

    A sheet pan with salmon, potatoes, lemon slices, and asparagus on it
    Amazon

    BuzzFeed has tons and tons and tons and tons of sheet pan meal ideas to get you started, but just get experimenting with your favorite flavors! We're talking sheet pan fajitas, clam bakes, quiches, jambalaya, nachos and S O much more.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.74 (for a set of two half sheets).

    Promising review: "Heavy for its side, it did not warp in a hot oven. I love sheet pan dinners. One pan, held four chicken breasts, potatoes, onions, assorted bell peppers — all roasted to perfection in one pan. Use a good quality oil and just brush it on the inside surface of the pan. The stainless steel pan cleans easily! Also, makes great cookie bars." —Mamalus

    13. And a set of silicone baking liners to make stuck-on foods (looking at you, fish!) a thing of the past. Just pop it on your sheet pan and bake away.

    A reviewer with the mats on two half sheets and one quarter sheet, each topped with roasted veggies
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    These are also game-changing if you like to bake cookies tbh.

    Get a set of four mats (two half and two quarter), plus a silicone brush and spatula from Amazon for $32.85.

    Promising review: "OMG!!! I don’t know how I ever baked without silicone baking mats before. This was my first time trying them, and I was NOT disappointed! They are truthfully nonstick. They bake evenly every time. They are quite durable; my daughter used one directly on the rack for her pizza (she didn’t know that this manufacturer recommends that you NOT do that). It baked the pizza evenly and the cheese came out perfectly browned, while the crust was perfectly crisp. They wash very well in the dishwasher; I just stand them in a slot between the plates. I’ve used these mats to bake cookies, hot pockets, chicken breast, bacon, crescent rolls, and more. Every single item turned out perfectly. I would HIGHLY recommend these baking mats! I will definitely be purchasing more for myself and others!" —YaLanda

    14. A sushi-making kit that'll help you ~roll~ like a professional. Just whip up some sticky rice, and load 'er up with your favorite fresh veggies and fish.

    The kit, staged with sushi and ingredients
    Amazon

    DIY sushi bar! This kit includes the training frame, sushi mat, roll cutter, and non-stick rice paddle so you can whip up the best salmon avocado roll in your sweats.

    Get it from Amazon for $26.95.

    Promising reivew: "My very first time making sushi, and this kit worked flawlessly! The Sushiquik really made the whole process easy. Sure, you can layer on rice without the frame, but why? The frame made it so easy to get the edges straight and the rice evenly packed along the roll. I actually made six different rolls last night, and I just got better and better at this, even though my first roll was pretty perfect, they just got better and better as I played with the amount of rice and filling, and varied the pressure I used when rolling. The rice spoon was amazing! Everything in my house was sticking to the rice EXCEPT this spoon! Anywhooo, I highly recommend this set if you want a nice clean way to make sushi rolls. If you are a traditionalist who doesn't like improvements in your world, get on your horse and ride to the store to go get a bamboo mat...and hey, why are you on the Internet?" —The One and Only Seadog

    15. A pair of herb scissors guaranteed to make you say, "Chopping skills? Who needs 'em!"

    Hands using the scissors to chop scallions
    Amazon

    Chopping scallions, basil, and other flavorful ingredients is tedious, but you deserve better than bland food. And there's a cleaning comb built into the storage cover to make removing any herbs that are stuck in the blades a breeze!

    Get them from Amazon for $16.99.

    Promising review: "These scissors are the best tool ever! Instead of chopping up my fresh herbs and scraping them into whatever dish I'm making — I just hold the herbs over the dish and clip away. Fast, convenient, no mess, no fuss. In the morning, when I'm preparing a fresh salad to take to work, instead of having to drag out the knife and cutting board I just snip the fresh basil into the salad. If you flip the cover of the scissors around, the slotted side slides out the bits stuck in the scissors. Quick, easy and no waste. Love it!" —Amazon Customer

    16. An emulsifying bottle with a built-in blender ball for flavorful homemade salad dressings, marinades, and sauces you'll want to drizzle on everything. No more flavorless food, and no more relying on store-bought sauces.

    Amazon

    "From scratch??" your hungry guests will shout with surprise. "Yes!" you'll reply smugly.

    Just add your ingredients (there are measurements helpfully printed on the side) and give 'er a shake to easily combine. The easy-open, auto-close spout means you can open + pour with one hand, too (without spilling everywhere)!

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (also available in glass).

    Promising review: "This shaker is fantastic. I bought it because the one I purchased at Target turned out to be worthless (the top didn't stay closed and the dressing got everywhere when I shook it). The Whiskware shaker worked perfectly. It stayed sealed, it kept the dressing fresh, and the whisk ball did a great job of mixing up the dressing — even the honey. I am going to buy one for my daughter because there really is nothing like homemade salad dressing. Worth the price for sure!" —Blanche Devereaux

    17. A set of square rings to effortless make fried eggs perfectly sized for topping a piece of avocado toast.

    Eggs on a griddle cooking in the square rings so they fit on toast
    Williams Sonoma

    A perfectly Instagram-able breakfast.

    Get a set of four from Williams Sonoma for $19.95.

    Promising review: "I'm really happy with these! I cook a lot of fried eggs and pancakes for family, and have tried many versions of this kind of ring. This is the first set I've had that will reliably sit flat in the pan and not let liquid leak. They are a great combination of flexible and rigid and I can tell a lot of care went into the design. They say dishwasher safe, but I hand wash -- very easy to clean and I don't want to risk warping." —A Farlington

    18. An adjustable rolling pin that'll flatten dough to the uniform height of your choice — anywhere from 1/16-inch to 3/8-inch. No more wonky pie crusts or cut-out cookies that don't bake evenly!

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    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (also available in blue).

    Promising review: "This cleverly engineered tool has changed my cookie making life. I've been making cut-out cookies regularly for 30+ years for virtually every special occasion. That's added up to thousands of cookies. So, I know my way around a rolling pin. After using a traditional rolling pin most of my life, I decided to give this gizmo a try three years ago. Wow. I marvel at how well it works every time I use it. At last, my cut-out cookies have a uniform thickness and cook evenly — every single cookie is perfect. I can't overstate how much I love this rolling pin. I've given it as a gift and recommended it to friends. I do hope they come out with a longer one." —Monica

    19. A set of five stainless-steel mixing bowls with silicone non-stick bottoms, because whether you're creaming together frosting, tossing together the ingredients for a pasta salad, or whisking eggs to make a scramble, you do NOT want your hard work to end up on the floor.

    Model whisking eggs in a bowl, with ingredients in the other ones
    Amazon

    And LIDS for marinating and storage!

    Get a set of five from Amazon for $39.99.

    Promising review: "We are a clumsy septuagenarian couple. Recently, two ceramic serving bowls fell out of the cupboard and shattered. A couple of days later our large glass mixing bowl exhibited some chips. This set of mixing bowls is great. My wife says we should have bought them 40 years ago. The are lighter than the ceramic ones that broke. The covers are on the verge of being too tight. I think it would take deliberate work with a hammer to dent them." —Richard

    20. Stuff Every Cook Should Know, a handy guide to the most important kitchen skills, from how long ingredients keep to how to plan a food budget to how to sharpen a knife.

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    This book is fairly basic, so it's a great gift for anyone just starting out too!

    Get it from Amazon for $8.49 or Bookshop for $9.95 (to support local bookstores).

    21. A Hello Fresh subscription that'll basically be like a cooking class you can do at home. Sign up for a plan that fits your diet (including vegetarian and family plans), and you'll get allllllll the ingredients you need to prep each meal! WHILE learning how to cook!

    Hello Fresh

    Perfect for people who love activities like cooking classes, but don't love human interaction with strangers. This has been really great during quarantine to reduce grocery trips too!

    Meals start at $8.99 per serving — skip any weeks you like!

    Be sure to check out my review of Hello Fresh for more deets on how it makes cooking easy — and teaches you new skills along the way!

    22. An air fryer (from the makers of the INSTANT POT!!) so you can crisp up leftovers, make homemade versions of your favorite fried foods (without having to deal with hot oil), and more.

    Hannah Loewentheil / BuzzFeed

    Get it from Amazon for $116.99.

    Here's what BuzzFeed Food writer Hannah Loewentheil has to say about it: "I'd been contemplating buying an air fryer for quite some time, but it wasn't until I found myself cooking every night with my family due to COVID-19 that I finally decided it was the right time to get one. Friends of mine were raving about their new Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 Air Fryer, so after reading similar feedback on Amazon, I decided it looked like a winner. And it happens to be made by the same company that makes the crowd-favorite Instant Pot. I figured I would be using this appliance primarily as air air fryer, but as an added bonus, it can also roast, broil, bake, re-heat, and dehydrate food.

    I've had this air fryer for about three weeks now, and I can honestly say it's become the hero of my kitchen. It preheats quickly, it's large enough to a good amount of food at once, it's easy to clean, and it makes food taste crispy on the outside and moist on the inside without any oil. I've been using my air fryer to make vegetables just about every night and it makes them taste so good. If you're cooking for kids, picky eaters, or you just don't get so excited about eating vegetables, the air fryer could be perfect for you. If you like chicken, the air fryer might change your life, and I don't mean that to be dramatic. The air fryer produces restaurant-quality chicken that tastes absurdly decadent, except there's no oil involved in the cooking — just air. We also tried making sesame chicken in the air fryer using boneless skinless chicken thighs. The sesame chicken tasted almost identical to my favorite Chinese takeout, and it had nothing to do with my cooking skills. Thanks to the air fryer, the chicken gets so crispy. I couldn't believe I made this at home!!"

    Check out the full review, plus some air fryer recipe suggestions for more!

    23. A chopper and storage set for making quick work of onions, carrots, cheese, or any other ingredient! You can use it to chop and dice with the three included blades (each with a different size grid). And when you're done, just store the attachments inside the container! Easy peasy.

    The chopper being used, shown as a storage container, and with the three blades
    Amazon

    Sorry, but you're about to lose the "I was chopping onions" excuse for why you're crying.

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99.

    Promising review: "I was introduced to this amazing gadget at my sister's house as I helped her prepare dinner. She gave me a pile of vegetables to peel, chop, and dice, and then handed me this. The chore included five onions, three cloves of garlic, two red peppers, two green peppers, one potato, one yam, etc. It would normally have taken 20-30 minutes at least. Instead, using this, it took about eight minutes, peeling included. And it was FUN. The design of this chopper is simple yet elegant. Everything fits inside the container for storage, and assembles quickly and easily. Clean up is a breeze (dishwasher safe, but I plan to wash by hand). At any rate, I ended up buying myself one, and then gifting my daughter, daughter-in-law, and a couple of friends. I place peppers and tomato halves skin side DOWN for best results. Happy chopping!" —lucy jack

    24. A tenderizer that'll make tough, flavorless meat a problem of the past. It creates "heat channels" that'll reduce cooking time by up to 40% — meaning less time for your meat to get dried out in the oven.

    The white tenderizer with base, with rows of needles to puncture the meat
    Amazon

    This little tool has 48 blades so you can tenderize your meat *while* creating channels for marinade to enter and heat to enter while cooking.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.89.

    Promising review: "This tool is a must for any cook who is sick of preparing meals for their family, only to have the main meat dish turn out dry and tough. This tenderizer is SO easy to use, and with only a few criss-cross applications, I achieved the world's best, most tender, juicy pork chops ever! With only a little salt and pepper and a sprinkle of olive oil and roasted garlic cloves, my family would NOT stop raving about a dish they normally would eat in stony silence. I have since used it on EVERY cut of meat I prepare for my family and have yet to be disappointed! Just rinse it with hot water and toss it in the top rack of the dishwasher, and it is ready to go to work for you again!" —IfAmazonDoesntSellItIDontBuyIt

    25. A pretty kitchen print that'll also serve as a cheat sheet for measurement conversions or veggie cooking times.

    Follygraph / Etsy

    Get it from Follygraph on Etsy for $19 (conversion chart) and $14+ (veggie cooking times).

    Check out their whole selection of kitchen infographic prints!

    Follygraph is a woman-owned Etsy shop based in Poland and founded in 2014. Their infographics are inspired by the connection between science and art.

    26. A spatula tool with a harder center and flexible edges that'll slide right under the hardest-to-flip foods (looking at you, omelets).

    The spatula folding an omelet in half
    Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $12.94.

    Promising review: "So wonderful and flexible — great for all kinds of cooking besides omelet turning — scrambled eggs, sauces, etc. Easy on the nonstick cookware coatings, nicely heat resistant, and that flexibility hugs the sides of pan or bowl to get every last bit of food. I just wish it came in more sizes and shapes (smaller and narrower!) because it puts all my other spatulas to shame. The stiff inner blade combined with the silicone edge is a marvelous idea — OXO has nailed this one!" —zgmcgee

    27. A nonstick ceramic Always Pan (this one's PFOA-free), because that dinner you spent valuable time on shouldn't be burnt on! This one's designed to do the work of EIGHT pieces of regular old cookware, and comes with a lockable lid, steamer basket, pouring spout, and a nesting spatula with a built-in rest.

    The pan with shrimp etoufee, with bowls of the shrimp and rice around it
    instagram.com

    Get it from Our Place for $145 (available in seven colors)

    Promising review: "My always pan is going to be my new favorite cooking ware. Super versatile and absolutely beautiful. Love the functionality that it possesses and the versatility range, someone really thought about all the best way to cook with this! Safe, easy to clean, and beautiful to look at! Makes you want to cook more delicious meals all day long! Shipping took a while because I preordered, but I was happy to wait!" —Celyn V.

    Our Place is a POC-owned business based in Los Angeles. All of their boxes are packaged with biodegradable and recyclable materials, and the Always Pan is made in a female-owned factory in China.

    Check out a review from one of my BuzzFeed colleagues to learn more about this pan!

    28. A four-in-one kitchen gadget you can use as tongs, a scooper, strainer, or pan scraper. You know how you always see chefs in cooking shows do, like everything with tongs? These'll help you replicate that.

    Amazon

    Don't rummage around your utensil drawer looking for the right tool. This is it.

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in two colors).

    Promising review: "Very useful! I like to cook and this thing comes in handy. You can lift, grab and flip stuff with only one tool. Great for pasta and noodles. Funny fact — I often cook with my toddler and this is a fun kitchen tool for kiddos — they love it. Quality is top notch, nice stainless-steel and all. Highly recommended." —Team Moms

    29. A thick, durable apron with TONS of information (think cooking times for veggies, measurement conversions, how to test the doneness of your meat, etc.) printed UPSIDE-DOWN so you can hold it up to consult while you're *wearing it*.

    Amazon

    How long should you cook your eggs? How much rice should you make? This'll tell you!

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (also available in BBQ and baking versions).

    Promising review: "I bought these for my husband and me, and while he has used it more, I have benefited from the apron, too! Lots of tips and measurement comparisons, and easy to read when you flip the skirt up while wearing it. We had soft-boiled eggs for the first time ever because the apron inspired him! The pocket placement is a bit awkward, but it doesn't impede the effectiveness. It seems well-sized...my husband and I are happy eaters. Great apron!" —Brodhi99

    30. And Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, a book that'll teach you the building blocks of *how* to cook and build up flavors, not just recipes to follow. This is how you can start experimenting with recipes and flavors of your own!

    The cover of the book
    Simon and Shuster

    It's got 100 recipes, variations, helpful illustrations, and tips backed by science to make you a better cook, not just a follower-of-recipes.

    Get it from Amazon for $16.72 or from Bookshop for $34.50 (to support local bookstores).

    31. And when in doubt, an electric wine opener that'll open a bottle in seconds, because if dinner's already ruined, might as well have a glass of wine ASAP.

    A collage showing the steps of how to use the opener
    Amazon

    Push a button and the job is D O N E (in seven seconds!). It'll open 80 bottles on a single charge.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    Promising review: "This is one of the coolest gadgets that I own now. I never knew that opening a corked bottle of wine could be so easy and so entertaining as well. No more old fashioned corkscrews for me! With the press of a button and about 7 seconds this awesome automated device pulls the cork right out of the wine bottle. Not to mention, it has a very cool blue light that illuminated the cork as it’s being removed from the bottle. This may be the best $20 I’ve ever spent. Surprisingly this is made very well and the fact that it’s rechargeable really blows my mind. I used to own a similar device that took regular batteries, but I always seemed to be replacing them. With this, you don’t need to buy anything else other than more bottle of wine! If you’re contemplating purchasing one of these and you’ve read my review up until this point, stop reading now and go make the purchase. You won’t be sorry! Cheers!" —SocDiesel

    These'll all help you cook even better than a rat pulling your hair!

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