maio 23, 2024

If you’re a passionate lover of cooking, or you’ve recently kickstarted your cooking journey, and want to accelerate it even further then you’ve reached the right place. Having an efficient and streamlined cooking process is the key to preparing dishes that simply taste excellent! And the number one aid you need in having an effortless process is an arsenal of great kitchen appliances.  With the right kitchen tools and appliances, cooking can be an increasingly fun and simplified process. The right products can reduce your prep time in half, make the little cooking tasks much easier, and help you with tedious and complicated techniques. From an AI-powered grill to an aesthetic coffee machine that lets you experience the brewing process – these innovative and exceptional appliances are all you need in your kitchen.

1. xBloom

The xBloom is the Tesla of Coffee Machines, and it is equipped with a unique Autopilot feature that can assist you in the art of making coffee. It is a super sleek and pristine coffee machine that looks right out of a sci-fi future!

Why is it noteworthy?

Designed by ex-Apple employees, the xBloom identifies, grinds, dispenses, brews, and pours your coffee for you! It uses some of the finest beans sourced from the top roasters worldwide, providing you with the finest cup of coffee ever.

What we like

  • It quite literally feels as if a professional barista made you a cup of coffee
  • Equipped with the power of NFC technology

What we dislike

  • The xBloom does not accommodate instant coffee

2. The Column Kitchen

Meet the Column Kitchen by the French designer Inga Sempé. The minimalist and well-designed kitchen is meant to be “warm and different”.

Why is it noteworthy?

The Column Kitchen is a unique and subtle kitchen unit that features rounded-edged surfaces, sides, and handles. The various components of the unit come together to form a column that stretches harmoniously from the top to the bottom of each door.

What we like

  • Easily gripp-able form
  • Strong and defined visual identity

What we dislike

  • Not suited for smaller kitchen spaces

3. Elizabat

Designed by OTOTO, this friendly little bat scissor has arrived just in time for Halloween to add some fun and flavor to your kitchen. It is super easy to grip on the inside as well as the outside.

Why is it noteworthy?

Elizabat (that has to be the cutest name ever) is a pair of culinary scissors that helps you cut, chop, and slice away at veggies and herbs in the kitchen. Its clever blade design also has a bottle opener, while the gap between the handles serves as a nut-cracker.

What we like

  • The bat’s wings have an ergonomic profile that is befitting for the scissor’s various uses

What we dislike

  • It’s quite adorable looking, and could be mistaken for a toy, so should be kept away from children

4. Seer Perfecta Grill

This unique AI-powered grill uses an AI system called NeuralFire to identify up to 50 types of food items, allowing it to adjust the time, temperature, and other settings, with respect to the particular item.

Why is it noteworthy?

The user-friendly onboard display keeps you informed about the cooking progress, so you can kick back and relax while the magic happens.

What we like

  • Utilizes electricity and propane to power the infrared burners on the left and right

What we dislike

  • Currently, in the development phase, we will have to see how the final product turns out

5. Earthmade Aromacup

Dubbed the Earthmade Aromacup, this travel coffee cup is made using Bamboo-O, an eco-friendly material that is built from bamboo fiber and plant starch. The Aromacup is intended to be a sustainable alternative to silicone or thermal tumblers.

Why is it noteworthy?

More than just the materials and processes, however, the drinkware’s life continues even after it is no longer usable, at least not by humans. It can be easily used as compost material at home, contributing to the healthy growth of plants that, in turn, could nourish our food or clean up the air at the very least.

What we like

  • Sustainable alternative to silicone or thermal tumblers

What we dislike

  • The Aromacup does not have vacuum or heat-retaining properties to keep the coffee hot for longer times

6. Precision Chef Kitchen Scissors

These Precision Chef Kitchen Scissors can cut through the pain and hassle of cutting up meat and food to make your food prep an easy breezy process!

Why is it noteworthy?

The kitchen shears have been designed to make cutting meat and different kinds of food simple and effortless. They’re sharp and sharp-looking, and they evoke a sense of power and style.

What we like

  • Features a specially-designed curved serrated blade that makes cutting meat easy and safe
  • Designed with an ergonomic structure

What we dislike

  • Requires a 2 handed approach for any action.

7. Steampunk Espresso Machine

Designed by Ahmet Kemal Daşhan for Steam Espresso, the Steampunk Espresso Machine is a unique espresso machine adorned with brass fittings to invite you to embark on an interesting journey through time.

Why is it noteworthy?

Exposed gears, reminiscent of a bygone era’s mechanical marvels, not only serve their functional purpose but also add a touch of authenticity to the experience. Vintage aesthetics, carefully curated to transport you back in time, create an ambiance that is nothing short of enchanting.

What we like

  • Helps you embark on a visual journey through time

What we dislike

  • To add to the industrial aesthetic, a grey-black or more colour options would be appreciated

8. Good Grips Salad Dressing Shaker

Designed by the OXO, the shaker and pourer is the ultimate modern solution to creating some delicious dressing without creating a complete mess in your kitchen.

What we like

The shaker has a wide top that can be swiftly unscrewed to add a variety of ingredients like oil, mayonnaise, vinegar, garlic, onions, mustard, etc. The cup has measurements in both milliliters and ounces to support easy measuring.

What we like

  • Features a leakproof design
  • You can also mix, serve, and prepare marinades and sauces

What we dislike

  • Seems a bit fragile and easily breakable

9. The COit

Designed by LG, the COit is a robot that functions as a hub in your kitchen ecosystems. The innovative robot can be used by novices and professional chefs, functioning as an autonomous device that shifts the focus from videography back to cooking – which is the primary goal of entering a kitchen.

Why is it noteworthy?

The COit features a mountable rail with a circular display that is encircled by a projector, light, camera, and an intelligent grip. All the various modules can be moved freely and independently on the small rail, covering the entire prep area or keeping them away from the fire and vapors.

What we like

  • The various clip-able modules feature built-in magnets that can be customized in orientation, depending upon your requirements

What we dislike

  • Food over the globe has such diversity, that trying to standardize the recipe as per one instruction set would impact the diversity of that dish

10. Dancing Grid

The Dancing Grid isn’t just an ordinary wall shelf to show off your kitchenware. It is an innovative and modular design with an inviting appeal. It tastefully uses tiles that make it quite classy and visually attractive.

Why is it noteworthy?

The different tiles have different functions, ranging from shelving to peg boards to blank spaces that providing some “breathing room” for the arrangement.

What we like

  • Provides storage functionality while also adding a personal touch to your kitchen

What we dislike

  • Space-consuming design that will occupy a substantial amount of space in your kitchen

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