Family Kitchens Most Wanted Cookware


  • Jaime Richardson KitchenAid’s 5 Speed Blender 1 of 9
    Jaime Richardson  KitchenAid's 5 Speed Blender
    I don't know how I've managed almost a year of my life without a blender. KitchenAid's 5 Speed Blender is on the top of my list. Its control panel is easy to clean, and the blender itself is supposed to work wonders for crushing ice.
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  • Angie McGowan DeLonghi CGH800-U Retro Panini Grill 2 of 9
    Angie McGowan  DeLonghi CGH800-U Retro Panini Grill
    I think I'm the last food blogger on Earth without a panini maker. I live in Florida, where Cuban sandwiches are famous, and have never made my own. I would love to make a great Cuban as well as some copycat recipes of Panera panini sandwiches.
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  • Kelsey Banfield Le Creuset Tagine 3 of 9
    Kelsey Banfield  Le Creuset Tagine
    I have become fascinated with Moroccan food and would love to have one of these tagines to try out at home. I can almost smell the meat and grains I would stew in it!
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  • Jennifer Leal Le Crueset Round French Oven, 9 quart 4 of 9
    Jennifer Leal  Le Crueset Round French Oven, 9 quart
    I am dreaming of owning this French Oven (in Cobalt Blue or Cherry) because it distributes heat slowly and evenly; the enamel is hard-wearing and non-reactive; it can go from burner to oven and back; and you can do anything in this pot from a rice dish to braised chicken to the most
    comforting of stews.
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  • Julie Van Rosendaal Whirley-Pop Popcorn Popper 5 of 9
    Julie Van Rosendaal  Whirley-Pop Popcorn Popper
    This hand-crank popping machine utilizes a stainless steel stirring system that coats and cooks kernels evenly while preventing them from sticking to the bottom of the pan. The wood handle keeps it cool and the hinged lids allow moisture to escape, ensuring a crisp, flavorful pop. You can even swap your canola for olive oil or add a garlic clove or other seasonings to the pot — you can’t get that creative with a hot-air popper.
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  • Shaina Olmanson Zojirushi Rice Cooker/Steamer 6 of 9
    Shaina Olmanson  Zojirushi Rice Cooker/Steamer
    I couldn't survive without a rice cooker! It can do everything from providing rice for a bed of stir-fry to steaming an entire meal and keeping it warm at the push of a button. It will become your best friend for quick and healthy meals.
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  • Brian and Elizabeth 5-lb. Stainless Steel Sausage Stuffer by The Sausage Maker 7 of 9
    Brian and Elizabeth  5-lb. Stainless Steel Sausage Stuffer by The Sausage Maker

    Sausages from the butcher are nice, but making your own is a whole different level of awesomeness. That's why we're dying to have this stainless steel sausage stuffer. It's compact enough to keep in the kitchen, but it is still a heavy-duty machine that can really crank out the sausage. Also, the packaging has a lovely sausage-based font.
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  • Stacie Billis Vitamix Turbo Blend 8 of 9
    Stacie Billis  Vitamix Turbo Blend
    I want a Vitamix professional mixer badly. I've come close to purchasing one several times but have kept from doing so because of the hefty price tag. But I think it's finally time this holiday season. Perfect soups, smoothies, sauces — I can resist no longer!
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  • Brooke McLay The Breville Stand Mixer 9 of 9
    Brooke McLay  The Breville Stand Mixer
    The Breville Stand Mixer boasts a sleek kitchen look and top-notch technology. As a baker, the thought of mixing up batter, dough and frosting with its uber powerful mixing attachments is an absolute dream, not to mention how beautiful it would look on my countertop. It’s a holiday must-have for every foodie!
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