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1.A lasagna trio pan to help you prepare meals for everyone, regardless of their dietary restrictions. Mamma mia! *insert chef finger kiss*
2.A snap-on silicone strainer for straining pasta, veggies, hard-boiled eggs, and more on your own with ease. It clips onto nearly any pot, big or small, so you don't lose any precious cargo when you dump out the water.
3.A microwave veggie steamer if you can't be bothered to boil a large pot of water just for your single serving of veggies. This steamer has a 2-cup capacity, so it's great for anyone who's cooking (or steaming) for one.
4.A sweet pepper chowchow from Wanda's Cooking so you can take your cooking to the next level. Insert Emeril Lagasse's "Bam!" Treat yourself to a jar of this deliciously sweet and tangy blend of sweet peppers, vinegar, and onion and you'll never eat another boring meal.
5.A 7-in-1 Instant Pot that'll whip you up dinner (and plenty of leftovers) without you having to dirty every pot and pan you own.
6.The ~Guac-Lock~ because you love guac but know that you won't finish the whole avocado by yourself. This container pushes out the air that causes your avos to oxidize so you can enjoy guac and mashed avocados for toast for days without browning.
7.A pack of reusable toaster bags to help you satisfy your 2 a.m. cravings for a grilled cheese without you ever having to grease up a pan for a single sandwich. They're also fabulous for preventing cross contamination if you live with someone with food allergies (or you are that someone!).
8.A variety pack of A Dozen Cousins ready-to-eat seasoned beans for those nights when you need a quick, easy meal. Just pop them in the microwave, and they're ready in 60 seconds. Or, use them to zhuzh up leftovers so you can finally clear some fridge space.
9.A set of produce storage containers if you're tired of your fruits and veggies going bad approximately two seconds after you buy them. Your meals for one will taste better because you're cooking with produce that's still at peak freshness instead of soggy and overripe.
10.A jar of Trader Joe's Everything But The Elote Seasoning so you can add flavor of Mexican street corn to your favorite foods. This flavorful mixture of salt, chili pepper, cheese, chipotle, and cumin makes plain corn a treat, but it's also a tasty topping on popcorn, veggies, meat, eggs, and nuts — and that list barely scratches the surface.
13.A sleek and compact air fryer to help you fry your favorite foods — like chicken wings, fries, tofu, and salmon — without much counter space or effort.
14.A 15-piece set of airtight food containers for helping you achieve a pantry that looks like Clea and Joanna from The Home Edit stopped by. Yes, I know this is more of an organization product. But if you wanna eat, you gotta know what you have (and don't have).
15.A mini bag resealer if you never have chip clips when you need them. This thingamambob quickly cuts and seals bags so your kettle chips don't lose their crunch!
16.A Vietnamese coffee and phin filter set so you can switch things up from your usual medium roast. Treat your tastebuds to a flavorful cup of joe and add condensed milk to make it authentic!
17.A truly ~egg-cellent~ rapid egg cooker that'll whip you up your very own omelette (or soft-, medium-, or hard-boiled eggs as well as poached eggies) without you ever having to dirty a pan. Reviewers even use it to steam frozen dumplings!
18.A mouthwatering mini sampler set because more is more! It comes with containers of salsa negra, hibiscus jam, vanilla bean sugar, Mexican vanilla extract, and a sugar spoon that was made in Oaxaca.
19.A microwave pasta cooker to save the day when you want soft, cheesy, noodly carbs but don't want the hassle of boiling water, cleaning a giant pot, and struggling to strain your noods without spilling hot water everywhere.
20.A Souper Cube, a silicone freezing tray for storing perfectly portioned meals. Prep a recipe ahead of time and freeze them in these trays so you can quickly grab them as needed and defrost them for an easy dinner.
21.A multi-purpose spatula if you have limited drawer space and need a do-it-all gadget that can replace multiple kitchen tools. The result = fewer things to wash after you're done eating.
22.A hardworking oven cleaner so the burned remains of your baked creations don't affect the flavor of whatever you've got cooking.
23.Some sweet hot chocolate bombs that'll make you ditch boring packaged cocoa mix ASAP. We all gotta eat (and drink!) so you might as well enjoy each sip!
24.A manual food chopper because it can slice and dice fruits, veggies, herbs, boneless meats, and ice with ease *and* without taking up a lot of space on your counters or hurting your ears with its shrieking mechanical whirring.
25.A jar of maple sugar to make you totally rethink sweeteners. Maple sugar has a delicious caramel-y flavor with the woodsy-ness of maple syrup. Yum! You can use it in place of regular cane sugar to sweeten recipes, add depth in spice mixtures, and so much more.
26.A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey for anyone who enjoys the sweet and spicy side of life. Drizzle it on pizza, ice cream, waffles, wings, cheeseboards, and even in cocktails to create something un-bee-lievably delicious.
27.A jar of Za'atar, a deliciously complex Middle Eastern spice blend you'll finish way too quickly — that's how good it is. This specific mix is made with thyme, toasted sesame seeds, and sumac, and will make a mouthwatering addition to meats, bread, olive oil, yogurt, and more.
28.A heart-shaped mini waffle maker so breakfast doesn't look like another sad bowl of cereal. This lil' gadget weighs less than a pound, heats up in minutes, and also works with chaffles (low-carb cheese and egg waffles), paninis, hash browns, and even biscuit pizzas.
29.A cold brew maker that'll come in handy if coffee is your lifeblood and you need at least three cups to get anything done.
30.A 5-in-1 wine stopper because there's nothing worse than having to toss an almost-full bottle because a recipe only called for 1/3 cup of white wine for deglazing. Just pop this on (it's also an aerator, stopper, pourer, filter, and re-corker), and your open bottle of wine will be good to drink tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day.
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