All we want for Christmas is something delicious or useful in the kitchen. From a kitchen-tool stocking stuffer to a big-ticket appliance, here are our food editors' picks.
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"This beautiful juicer really is the best on the market. Not only is it small enough to fit on any kitchen countertop, but it also slowly and expertly extracts every drop of juice from fruits and vegetables, yielding a liquid gold that's more flavorful and nutrient-packed. We use it nearly every day in the test kitchen for everything from carrots, celery, and citrus to fresh turmeric, ginger, and herbs like parsley."
—Greg Lofts, deputy food editor
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Ateco Rotating Cake Stand
"This is the year I finally get a spinning cake stand. I usually try to MacGyver something similar when frosting cakes, and it never works as well."
—Shira Bocar, food editor at large
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Butter Pat Industries Cast-Iron Skillet
"The crème de la crème of cast iron! We met with the founder this year, and I was so impressed by the care he took in designing every detail of the pan, from the shape of the handle to the smooth finish. I can’t wait to get my hands on one to cook everything from a crusty, juicy steak to a golden spatchcocked chicken."
—Lindsay Strand, assistant editor
$295 for a 10-inch skillet, butterpatindustries.com
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Manresa Bread's Chocolate Panettone
"The only panettone I've had until recently was the dry, uninspiring kind that comes out of a box, so this fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth version studded with dark chocolate and candied orange was a revelation. Another loaf is at the top of my wish list this year."
—Frances Kim, associate digital food editor
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Brumi Pour-Over Brew Bottle
"Leaving my house before getting some coffee in my system can be a dangerous feat. I’ll jump at any way to save myself a step in the morning. Maybe having this at the ready when I leave for work will make me feel less guilty for pressing the snooze button!"
—Riley Wofford, recipe tester
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Smeg Variable Temperature Kettle
"For me a kettle is essential; I drink a lot of tea and a lot of coffee and use a kettle to boil the water. Now, finally, I'm ready to make the move from a stovetop tea kettle to an electric countertop model and am hankering after this colorful model."
—Victoria Spencer, senior digital food editor
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