CH Omakase 2016: Ember Mug

Control the temperature of your coffee or tea with this app-connected item

By Nat Livingstone Johnson A few degrees makes a big difference in the flavor and pleasure of your morning beverage, plus nobody wants to discard a coffee but when the last few sips are cold and stale, there’s no avoiding it. With the CH Omakase Ember Mug this ceases to be an issue. The app-connected mug maintains temperature for two hours when on the go, …

Provisions by Food52

Our beta-test of the recipe-sharing community's new store and a sneak peek at two unreleased items

Food52 began as a way to crowdsource recipes for a cookbook, but its success has made it the go-to online platform to share recipes and support people who are passionate about cooking (and eating). Today, their new e-commerce store Provisions opens, but it’s always been part of the plan from the beginning, says former New York Times food editor and Food52 co-founder Amanda Hesser. After …

Kitchen Bull

Three-in-one kitchenware spruces up countertops

Fun meets multifunction with the latest product by Australian-based home and kitchenware designer, Toro Legno. This anthropomorphized kitchen aid, beautifully crafted from furniture-grade plywood, lends personality to any counter through its elegantly quirky design. Part knife block and part bookshelf with an integrated cheeseboard, the aptly named Kitchen Bull multitasks its way to the heart of your kitchen—it works hard as a bull to minimize …

Adjust-a-Bowl

Catch-all bowls crafted from flexible cork fabric

Not just for wine stoppers and bulletin boards anymore, cork’s applications are practically limitless. Case in point, the Adjust-a-Bowl has a leather-like texture that’s perfect for organizing everything from veggies (it’s naturally anti-microbial and stain resistant) to magazines or keys. The material lends tactile appeal too; it’s warm, smooth to the touch and extremely pliable. Though hard to believe, the handmade containers get this ideal …

ToastaBags

Handy sleeves make perfect toaster sandwiches without the mess

A game-changing food invention that just about rivals sliced bread, ToastaBags provides a mess-free method for making a sandwich toasted to perfection. This child-friendly product is ideal for those with an affinity for sandwiches that ooze with melted cheese—a liking shared by ToastaBags’ maker, Boska Holland, which has been “exploring cheese” since 1896. Preparing a toasty is as simple as dropping a sandwich stacked with …