In case you missed it, earlier this month our Shop got a handful of new arrivals perfect for the warm-weather season. Among the newcomers you’ll find: a four-square waffle maker begging to be used at your next brunch, a classic rolling pin ideal for rolling out crust for a tomato tart, and a crystal cocktail ice tray for your drink of choice.
Today, we released the second round of our new arrivals for April and couldn’t be more excited to share some of our favorites from both drops. From decorative pitchers to an oyster knife you’ll want handy at any clambake or oyster dinner, keep reading for 15 of our picks.
1. 4-Square Waffle Maker, $250
Made by the same brand as some of your favorite non-stick cookware, GreenPan, this waffle maker is an obvious add-to-cart for anyone who loves to make breakfast or brunch at home.
2. BBQ Carving Board, $97+
If you plan to grill a lot this summer, grab one of these barbecue carving boards. Form meets function with this design—the wide groove collects the juices while the undercut handles make it easy to bring to the table in style.
3. Messermeister Royale Elite 8-Piece Magnet Knife Block Set, $1,150
A chef is only as good as their knives are sharp. While this set is definitely on the higher end of budgets, take care of the knives, and they can last you years (plus, there’s a lifetime warranty!).
4. Messermeister 6.5-Inch Oyster Knife, $50
Do you enjoy shucking oysters? Find yourself at New-England-style clambakes during the summer months? Add this oyster knife to your collection of kitchen tools. It’s made of stainless steel, has a 6.5-inch blade, ultra-sharp tip, and an easy-grip handle.
5. Zwilling Ceramic Nonstick Stainless-Steel Roasting Pan with Rack, $230
This roasting pan will help you achieve all of your summer roasting goals. It’s sturdy, heats evenly, and, thanks to its non-stick interior, is a breeze to clean.
6. Global Classic 7-Inch Herb Chopper, $130
If you’re tired of chopping your herbs with a standard chef’s knife, try this herb chopper. Its mezzaluna shape and razor-sharp edge allow for rapid, precise chopping of basil, dill, parsley—you name it.
7. Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast-Iron Chef’s Oven, 7.5QT,
Le Creuset announced its newest color, Shallot, earlier this week. Snag the classic chef’s oven (it’s on sale, too!) in the light lilac hue before it’s gone.
8. Convivial Handmade Verdure Vase Collection, $34+
Give your favorite spring blooms a home with this vase collection from the pottery collective Convivial. Buy the handmade, neutral vases individually or as a set of three—the choice is yours.
9. Recycled Clay Stacked Organic Cake Stand, $50
Your next bake should be properly displayed, and this cake stand is the perfect platform. Made from recycled clay, the exclusive-to-Food52 colors, Salt and Sky, will be a bright backdrop for a springtime dessert like Louisa’s Cake or Mailino’s Olive Oil Cake (that one of our colleagues can’t get enough of).
10. Splatter Enamel Beverage Dispenser with Stand, $150
Outdoor entertaining just got a little easier with this bright and beautiful splattered beverage dispenser. Fill it with your favorite batch cocktail, lemonade, or punch and your guests will be happily sipping in no time.
11. Color Pop Enamel Dinnerware (Set of 4), $64+
Add even more color to the outdoors with this enamel dinnerware set. Available in green and blue, blue and tomato-red, or pink and yellow, you’re bound to find a combination that fits your table’s color palette.
12. Archie Glass Dinnerware, $32+
If you love adding texture to your table, this set must be calling your name. Available in clear, pink, or sage, this translucent, glass dinnerware collection is a fun way to add some dimension to your dinner design.
13. Hibi Tumblers (Set of 4), $53+
Spring and summer are seasons filled with color, whether it’s freshly bloomed cherry blossoms, heirloom tomatoes, or the umbrella you’re napping under on the beach. Bring those same colors to your glassware collection with these bright soda-glass tumblers.
14. Cast Glass Pitcher, $23+
Continuing with color-centric table design, the eye-catching shade of this glass pitcher is bound to get you a few compliments the next time you host a dinner, lunch, or brunch.
15. Flower Salad Servers, $55
It doesn’t get much cuter than these flower salad servers. The flower-like shapes were dreamed up by designer Selena Liu and the oiled, sapel wood is a beautiful material we can’t get enough of.
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