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The best ... additions to your kitchen

Gourmet takeout, S-XL cake pan, Standz kitchen tools, Herb-Savor, Progressive measuring spoons

 
Gourmet takeout
Designer Lorena Barrezueta reimagines those familiar takeout containers in porcelain instead of aluminum. Dishwasher-safe, they come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colors.
Price: $45–$80
Contact: Lorenabarrezueta.com
Source: Forbes Life

S-XL cake pan
Satisfy the portion preferences of all your cake-eating guests with this pan from German design company Konstantin Slawinski. Its innovative design divides a cake into 15 individual slices of varying widths and heights.
Price: $49 Contact: Vessel.com
Source: Wallpaper

Standz kitchen tools
These ergonomically designed utensils make peeling potatoes and scooping ice cream a cinch. Their chief attraction, however, is that they stand upright and help keep countertops clean.
Price: $5–$7 Contact: Amazon.com
Source: O, The Oprah Magazine

Herb-Savor
This mini-greenhouse extends the life of fresh herbs for up to three weeks—and fits inside your refrigerator door. A water-well base keeps stems irrigated, and a removable stainless-steel tray holds herbs in place. Price: $30 Contact: Prepara.com
Source: ID-mag

Progressive measuring spoons
Whether tucked in a drawer or stuck onto the fridge, these magnetic nesting spoons stay together but separate easily “so you don’t have to dirty the entire set if you need to use just one.”
Price: $8 Contact: Macys.com
Source: Real Simple
 

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