These $13 gloves let you grab a hot pan out of the oven, pull meat right off a grill, or even turn logs in an active campfire without getting burned, like some kind of superhero. We’ve seen silicone barbecue gloves for less than this in the past, but these are rated for much higher temperatures, and should be more…
With the possible exception of salt, olive oil is probably the most-used ingredient you have in your kitchen, but the oil aisle is fraught with perils and scams, so it’s a good idea to find an olive oil you trust, commit its label to memory, and stick with it.
You could live your whole life cooking boxed Barilla pasta, and never once realize how fun and rewarding it can be to make your own. This Philips pasta maker isn’t cheap, but it lets you create your own noodles with multiple shapes in just 15 minutes. $200 is within $10 of the best price Amazon’s ever listed, so I’d…
Our readers have bought thousands of Char-Griller’s Acorn Kamado grills, but if you’re only cooking for a small group, or want a portable version for tailgate, the Jr. version is down to an all-time low $91 right now.
Who doesn’t want to roll their grill up to a BBQ like a piece of luggage? This portable grill by Coleman is literally called the Road Trip and it’s only $110, the best price ever. Even with its 285 sq. inch cast iron cooktop, it collapses into a super portable, rolling party machine.
My parents bought a Traeger grill a couple years ago, and holy crap it’s cool. You pour wood pellets (there a ton of different kinds) into the container on the left side of the grill, select the temperature you want, and the grill feeds the pellets into a heating element at whatever speed is necessary to maintain that…
Update: If you missed out last Friday, this is now back in stock.
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Weber’s Kettle charcoal grill is iconic, versatile, and basically perfect, and Amazon’s running a $20 discount on it today, the best deal we’ve ever seen. Discounts of any size on this grill are so rare, they’re still bloody, so place your order before it burns itself out.
If you’ve ever eaten at a nice steakhouse, you were probably eating sous-vide meat. Here’s a secret though: It’s really easy to get those kinds of results yourself, and Amazon’s here to help with a $161 deal on the newest Wi-Fi version of Anova’s top-selling immersion circulator,
as well as a $116 deal on the older…
The Char-Broil patio bistro squeezes an infrared gas burner into the footprint of an electric grill, meaning you can enjoy high temperatures and even heating on even the smallest patio or balcony. It typically sells in the $115-$130 range, but you can get it for just $100 today, just in time for barbecue weather.
With a good set of silicone cooking gloves, you’ll have full finger control when you handle hot pans in the kitchen. Hell, you could use them to just pick up a piece of meat directly off the grill, like some sort of barbecue superhero. For $7, why not?
Anyone with even a passing interest in cooking knows that All-Clad is the brand you want in your kitchen when it comes to skillets and pots. Made in America and carrying a lifetime warranty, you’d probably see their wares in the kitchens of most of your favorite restaurants. One of their skillets is also the single…
If you’re planning on grilling out for your Super Bowl party, or just want to be prepared for a spring barbecue, Prime members can score this Char-Broil infrared grill for $199, an all-time low by about $75.
Before you work yourselves into a froth and unleash fury upon me in the comments, let me make one thing clear: I know bacon isn’t meant to be cooked in the microwave. An oven will do a better job, or a skillet, or hell, even a machine gun. That being said, some mornings you just want some damn bacon, and you don’t…
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When you cook with olive oil, you have three choices: You can pour imprecisely, you can make a measuring cup dirty, or you can use Vremi’s $18 olive oil dispenser, which measures out a precise amount of oil before you pour it. I know which one I would choose.