With the KDRS407, KitchenAid maintains its reputation for making beautiful ranges that cook food well. Consider this range when looking at dual-fuel models.
Starting at $600, the KitchenAid Pro Line Series blender features a high-octane 3.5 peak horsepower motor and metal controls designed to take a beating.
KitchenAid's Artisan Mini Stand Mixers are smaller than their classic counterparts -- a design update 54 years in the making.
The Gourmia GKM9000 is a multicooker loaded with Wi-Fi, an interactive screen and a mobile app that lets you monitor your food from a distance. The gadget will make its debut alongside a bounty of kitchen appliances at the International Home + Housewares Show next month.
Part of the launch of a new premium brand of appliances from LG, the Signature Dishwasher touts sleek looks and a very quiet sound rating.
A company from Japan has developed a stylish toaster-sized box in which you can grow plants, vegetables and herbs without the need of a garden -- or even a back yard.
Imperfections aside, the KitchenAid KSEG950ESS is a strong performer overall that would be a good investment for folks without a ventilation system in their kitchen. Just be prepared to shell out $3,149.
The Merc with the Mouth is now putting his noggin to good use as an irreverent 3D-printed knife holder for your kitchen.
Amazon's virtual assistant has been a useful addition to the CNET Smart Home. But she falls short when it comes to cooking.
Many of the appliances on display at the Architectural Digest Design Show in New York City over the weekend had lust-worthy features and expensive price tags. But some trends at the show could trickle down into more mainstream brands with affordable prices.