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                  Look, Ma. No Hands!
Even the slightest bit of rind can take your mimosa from superb to subpar. Vinci Housewares’ hands-free juicer makes certain that doesn’t happen, thanks to a high-torque, motorized base that automatically raises the reamer and a filter that extracts the most juice possible, stopping before it hits the rind. This dishwasher-safe tool can accommodate fruit as small as limes and as large as grapefruits. $99,
   Walk the Plank
Cedar planks from Wildwood Grilling infuse salmon and veggies with the fragrance of freshly cut wood. It’s also a rustic way to display and serve the fruits of your culinary labors. Made in Idaho, the planks are low-tech. Just soak them in water, add food and seasonings, and cook in the oven or on the grill. $10.99 for two,
  Not Your Average Cup of Joe
Pour-over coffee allows for custom cups, barista-style.
The technique is trickling into the mainstream thanks, in part, to Mr. Coffee’s All-In-One Home Pour Over Coffee Maker. It offers an integrated auto measure scale to calculate the precise amount of coffee and water, a temperature- controlled gooseneck kettle that heats to the optimal brewing temperature and a cone-style brewer that allows water to flow evenly through the grounds. $140,
 Clear Choice
For many tea lovers, being able to watch
tea steep and adjust accordingly makes glass teapots the preferred vessel. And glass doesn’t absorb odors, so you can brew different blends without spoiling each tea’s unique aroma.
Tea Repertoire’s handmade teapot is mouth-blown from pure borosilicate glass for heat-resistance, durability, radiance and clarity. The pot comes with two removable filters, a stainless-steel infuser and a coil filter
to accommodate various types of tea leaves. $33, 17

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