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Although we’ve passed the springtime milestone, you might feel like you’ve run a nonstop marathon while living, working, and cooking at home. Luckily, some of our favorite brands have introduced some new, most useful tools and treats that we desperately need right now. mini plates To timeless ceramic tableware.
We’ve put together a collection of new finds and the latest releases that have taken us out of our culinary ruts and brought some joy to 2021. There are six categories, including Bakeware, Outdoor Tools, and Kitchenware. pantry and kitchen utensils. Whether you’re looking to update your overused tools or find the perfect gift for a loved one, there are plenty of great products you’re excited about. Read on for all of our picks for Spring 2021.
We are big fans of Smithey’s heavy-duty cast iron tools and the latest round roaster is perfect for everything from spring roasts to summer paella. Several brands of kitchen utensils have released trendy spring colors, and we love Caraway’s collaboration with Crate & Barrel: a lime green with brass details for their non-toxic, non-stick cookware. Staub also introduced a sage green, now on sale exclusively at Williams Sonoma For a limited time. And last but not least, Le Creuset has reintroduced the beloved Fresh mint line in many products, act quickly because these parts are doomed to be picked up.
Yeti is well known for its sturdy coolers and insulated glasses, but they just entered the luggage space with a backpacks line, gym bags and trolley bags just in time to get many of us back to traveling. Hydroflask a three bright colorss for this season: Carnation, Pineapple and Alpine. Brumate has now an insulated coffee mug that will keep you warm or frozen drinks at the right temperature for hours. Pizza fanatics can rejoice that our favorite outdoor pizza oven is back in stock, but be aware that you will need to order now to have it in time for Memorial Day.
We love a festive bundt cake, and Nordicware has a whole new mold for their 75th anniversary in a gold non-stick finish. For spring and summer pies, Emile Henry entered the farm arena with a “potter’s pie dish“that will look great on any table. Discover how easy scones are to make with my Silpat non-stickt, and add the most useful quarter baking sheets to your Great Jones Kitchen for everything from roasted vegetables to focaccia.