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All-Clad Roaster, Sado Straw Trivet, and more

All-Clad Roaster

This stainless-steel roasting pan has become “the workhorse of the Saveur kitchen.” Its angled rack nicely cradles large turkeys, it cleans easily, and its upright handles waste no oven space.

$160, wayfair.com

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Source: Saveur

Tovolo Easy Reach Baster

This ergonomic baster has three interchangeable tips and measurement markings on its translucent tube. It’s a bit long, but “we liked the large volume of liquid it can handle.”

$20, amazon.com

Source: Chow.com

Sado Straw Trivet

Trivets are especially useful when you’re serving directly out of warm pots, and a few of these simple straw pot rests, woven on the Japanese island of Sado, “bring earthly elegance” to just about any table.

$12, analoguelife.com

Source: Bon Appétit

Schott Zwiesel Classico

Schott Zwiesel crystal is made with titanium and zirconium instead of lead, making the glasses dishwasher-safe. They’re “practical for everyday use and large -gatherings.”

$14, crystalclassics.com

Source: Dwell

OnOurTable Bias Block

Handmade using edge-grain walnut, this carving board is “not only rich and beautiful” but also catches any juices from your turkey or roast. Oil it occasionally, and it will last for years.

$268, onourtable.ca

Source: Dwell

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