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Whether you’re watching Bridget and Julia and the rest of the gang on America’s Test Kitchen or rooting for your favorite contestant on America’s Test Kitchen: The Next Generation, you’ll see all of the same cookware and kitchen tools.
That’s because we outfit the test kitchen with the winners of our rigorous, objective reviews.
Teakhaus by Proteak Edge Grain Cutting Board
We love this heavy-duty cutting board for its functionality and its looks. Its smooth, medium-hard, reversible teak surface provided plenty of room to work, was a pleasure to cut on, and required the least maintenance. In the photo above, Bridget places her yet-to-be-decorated yule log on a beautiful Teakhaus cutting board. [SAVE 20%]
Cuisinart Custom 14 Cup Food Processor
Test after test, this machine proved its worth in sturdiness and performance and outshone models costing up to three times as much. With a compact, streamlined design, it also takes up less space than most food processors, despite having one of the largest capacities. In the photo above, Robbie uses it to make one of his dishes on America's Test Kitchen: The Next Generation. [SAVE 20%]
Victorinox Swiss Classic 8" Chef’s Knife
This knife has a sharp, relatively thin, gently curved blade, so it excelled at every task we gave it, mincing garlic and powering through butternut squash equally well. In a recent episode of America's Test Kitchen, Adam explained to Julia why it's one of our favorite chef's knives. [SAVE 20%]
Rösle Wire Skimmer
With a basket made from a single smooth spiral of thick wire, this beautiful, long-handled, well-balanced spider was easy to maneuver and clean and capable of handling even fragile ravioli with care. In the photo above, Antoinette uses it in an episode of America's Test Kitchen: The Next Generation. [SAVE 20%]
Cuisinart Chef’s Enameled Cast Iron Casserole
With an exceptionally broad cooking surface and low, straight sides, this 7-quart pot had the same advantageous shape as the Le Creuset. See it in action above in an episode of Cook’s Country. [SAVE 20%]