The Anova Precision Cooker boasts a refined build and Bluetooth, to boot.
We loved the original Anova, and this one cooks just as well for less cash. Underwhelming smarts aside, it's a great sous vide starting point.
Though a bit pricey, the Tim3 Machin3 is well-rounded enough to merit consideration, especially if you think you'd enjoy using the quinoa and yogurt settings.
The Caso SousVide Center SV1000 has some helpful features, but its core functionality is a bit out of whack.
Before you can cook the perfect steak, make sure you have these items.
The Hamilton Beach 33642 Programmable Right Size Multi-Quart Slow Cooker features the ability to accommodate gatherings large and small. Graduated markings inside the crock designate serving size.
Due on Indiegogo next month, the Paragon Induction Cooktop from GE's FirstBuild initiative might be the first must-own kitchen gadget of 2015.
Replace your current stash of small appliances with the $299 Instant Pot Smart.
The Nomiku is a great kitchen gadget, but it's the wrong time to buy one. Shop around for a cheaper competitor -- or hold out for Nomiku 2.0.
The AquaChef Clarity is a revised Kickstarter project that adds slow-cooking capabilities. The combination sous vide machine and slow cooker offers year-round possibilities.