Appliance maker Electrolux is unveiling a new upscale product range on the North American market. The Grand Cuisine line of products includes a blaster chiller for rapid freezing and six other appliances that will have costs as much as $120,000.
The $30 AeroPress emerged as the single-cup coffeemaker of choice when the Daily News tested out seven models. Testers also agreed machines that use ground beans rather than pods produce better tasting brews.
A mug and teapot with an image of an eye are part of a new line of John Derian designs from French ceramic tableware company Astier de Villatte. The line also includes a plate called Starfish at Night and a serving bowl with a blue coral-like pattern. The line will also be dishwasher safe.
Food Safe Silicone Stretch Lids are a handy, reusable alternative to plastic wrap for kitchen storage tasks, writes environmental journalist Debra Atlas. The dishwasher- and microwave-safe silicone lids come in sizes ranging from three to 11 inches, and can stretch to fit almost any storage or baking container.