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20 Very Useful Kitchen Things Under $100 From Food52 Everyone Should Get

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A solid EVOO is the easiest way to take a simple dish from meh to incredible.

Whether it’s a dinner party or dinner for one, we got you covered.

From a set of Opinel table knives to a homebrew kit so your dad can make his own IPAs, these are all guaranteed hits.

Because you'll be hitting the beach, at picnic, or hosting a barbecue.

Our top condiments made with habanero, cayenne, ghost pepper, and more.

All the things you need to eat and drink at home, from plates to cookware that doesn’t suck.

Because you know the first thing they’ll do is wash their hands.

We’re working with Parcelle to curate the selection.

You’ll find terrazzo coasters. fluffy towels, and other home needs discounted until July 23

Juicy and fragrant, it’s guaranteed to be please everyone at your next dinner party.

A conversation on cooking, design, and ceramics with the Oscar de la Renta Co-Creative Director and Monse Co-Founder.

Because it’s too warm in the mornings for a hot drink.

You’ll be able to get great deals on home and kitchen goods sooner than you think.

From our favorite Great Jones Dutch oven to some picnic essentials.

Highballs, coupes, rocks glasses, and everything else you need for your home.

Sweet and spicy condiments to enhance your fried chicken, pizza, and baking projects.

Our favorite coasters in terrazzo, terracotta, linen, and more.

Ken Concepcion of LA’s iconic cookbook store shares his favorite picks.

And Brightland’s fruit-forward balsamic vinegar is my secret ingredient.

They’re easy and taste just as good as a café-made drink.

Because all those “sold out” notifications are starting to take a psychic toll.

Many of them are donating a portion of sales to charities as well.

Our hosts of To Stay Or To Go, Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin, investigate.

Because you can’t live off those chipped Ikea ones forever.

Satisfy both your smoothie and frosé cravings

Whether you want sweet, spicy, or garlicky, I got you covered.

Variety is the spice of life. Especially in snack form.

From cult-favorite Oatly to a surprisingly good Costco pick.

From Molly Baz’s newest cookbook to a highly anticipated release from the team behind Bavel.

And the secret ingredient you need is Red Boat Fish Sauce.

Because no one wants to dry their hands on a dingy looking rag.

Sahra Nguyen, the Vietnamese-American entrepreneur on activism, social justice, and why she’s creating a brand that honors her heritage.

Let the experts guide you on how to choose the most important tool in your kitchen.

The best beginner smokers, gloves, wood, and more.

Whether you want sweet, spicy, or garlicky, I got you covered.

Including one you’ve probably never heard of.

Ideal whether you prefer to drink it neat or use it to make a cocktail.

Summer called, it wants you to bring hard seltzer. And sunscreen, probably.

An incomplete list of my current favorites from the classic Shin ramyun to Penang curry mee.

I put these attractive ceramic non-stick pans to the test.

The social media-friendly containers make surprisingly delicious meals in less than 10 minutes.

Many of them are donating a portion of sales to charities as well.

Whether you prefer stone ground, coconut infused, or chai spiced, these are my current favorites.

How serious wine folks store their many bottles.

From insulated cups to electric options to travel-friendly thermoses, here are our favorites.

Making a mess doesn’t have to be disastrous.

An easy and delicious way to enjoy a cup in the morning.

Here are the best ones.

It’s called the Always Pan. Perhaps you’ve seen an ad or two.

These are the brands I encourage you to support now and always.

Donae Burston created La Fête du Rosé with inclusivity in mind.

A Mario-themed mug, a sweatshirt with an important history lesson, beans (obviously), and so much more.

Even croissants you stuffed into your international carry on.

A conversation on being a Black woman in craft beer and how she’s helping other women break into the craft beer industry.

Hint: it’s not the one you’re using for spices.

It’s time to take those bottles off your fridge.

Brew the perfect cup of milk tea, cook up a comforting bowl of macaroni noodle soup, and more.

Use one if you’re looking for control and the cleanest flavor in your morning cup.

A precise measurement makes for a better cup.

Who knew a citrus zester could win over my aunt?

We recap Lucas Sin and Jimmy O. Yang’s funny IG Live promoting our new ’zine IYKYK.

Nice-looking stemware you won’t feel too bad about (eventually) breaking.

Yes, there are a lot of clogs and Crocs on this list.

Make the perfect cup, every time.

Because it’s not just all about the beans.

Because not all green tea powders are created equally, here’s what you need to look out for.

From making perfect pelau to Cornish game hens, I use it nearly every day.

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