Cook up a Christmas Feast with these Amazing Kitchen Gadgets
Now December is here, we can officially start talking about Christmas. The festive season is all about food, family, food, football, gifts, food…notice a theme? The joy of stuffing yourself until bursting point is something that many of us look forward to. To make all the food prep that bit easier, here are our favorite kitchen gadgets for the holidays.
The Planer knife helps you peel veggies at speed, and even cut out blemishes.
If you prefer full blades, the Black Diamond knife block is both stunningly beautiful and very versatile.
To prevent nasty accidents, these gloves resist even the sharpest carving knife.
Nowhere to put everything? The Frankfurter chopping board can help with fold-out storage and an iPad stand.
Not only does Onelid work on literally every pan, but the design also releases steam and makes draining easier.
To ensure the perfect roast, Risepro lets you monitor the temperature of your steak from anywhere around your home.
If cooking seems like too much hassle, let June handle the roast, and admire the instant heat from the carbon fiber element.
Can’t even be bothered to go shopping? Make your food at home with this 3D printer.
Stick this durable little speaker on your fridge to blast out the Christmas hits.
Take a break from the stove with this awesome kitchen ping pong set.
With plenty of booze flowing, it makes sense to invest in a quality cup.
Give your hand a break from all the uncorking with this automatic opener.
The Epic Clean-Up
When you have a pile of dishes, this in-sink caddy will keep your brushes close at hand.
This trash can vacuums any crumbs you sweep up to the front inlet, and can even tell you when it needs emptying!
For everyday cooking, the NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves are a brilliant way to keep your fingers intact. For a taste of the future (literally), the June Intelligent Oven can automatically cook nearly anything to perfection, from the Christmas roast to delicious pizza.
Which of these gadgets would improve your kitchen this Christmas?