Wetsuit wine carries, coffee for your masses and more
Trendy Tote Transport wine bottles safely and coolly with the help of Built NY’s one- and two-bottle totes. They’re made out of insulating wetsuit material and are machine washable. Wine has never seen such colorful and clever gift-wrap. $18.99 and $22.99 at Breezewood Gardens in Chagrin Falls
Speed of Light The Black & Decker Infrawave Speed Oven uses infrared light to cook food in a flash. It’s up to 50 percent faster than conventional ovens and uses far less energy. The digital display will even calculate new cook times and temperatures for your favorite recipes. $119 at Target and Wal-Mart; $129 at Bed, Bath and Beyond
Graceful Grating Art + Cook’s Convertible Grater is a lively design that’s both attractive and helpful. The company has a patent pending on the comfy, air-cushion handle, and the sturdy zinc body comes out of the dish-washer looking brand new. $20 for zinc, $25 for titanium at www.macys.com
Coffee Made Easy Holiday entertaining is simple and sleek with Saeco’s Renaissance Urn. The stainless steel machine can brew up to 60 cups of coffee, and its digital display allows you to set the temperature and brew time. For coffee recipes and brewing tips, visit www.saecouniversity.com. $149.99; Call Saeco USA Customer Service at 1-800-933-7876 to find a local retailer.
Even Spread Spread oil evenly with the OilWand by Chef’n. The handy gadget features a drip-free valve for squirting the oil and a heat-resistant brush that’s perfect for spreading it over the bottom of a hot pan. $9.99 at Sur La Table in Woodmere