The Future Of Food: Four Kitchen Tool Companies To Watch

From cast iron pans to crowdsourced cutting boards, here are four companies reinventing the home kitchen.

1. Field Company Cast Iron Skillets

The Field Company manufactures smoother, lighter cast iron skillets that are made in America. From sizzling bacon to searing a porterhouse this skillet will be a cornerstone in your kitchen for years to come.

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Photo: Field Company

2. Food52 Crowdsourced Cutting Board

Food52 turned to their community of 10,000+ cooks to help create this ingenious cutting board. From a slot for your phone (so you can read recipes) to an easy pour off corner it’s not just a simple slab of wood. Made in Vermont of durable solid American maple (18 by 13 inches) flip it over and you go from cutting board to finished cheese board.

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Photo: Food 52

3. Material Kitchen

Direct-to-consumer startup Material makes essential kitchen tools from air whisks to knives, artfully designed by an ex-Chanel and Valentino exec. The sleek designs are available for 40–50% less than high-end, premium brands.

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Photo: Material Kitchen

W&P Designs

Co-founders Josh Williams and Eric Prum launched their first product (the Mason Shaker) in 2012 and snowballed it into a line of functional, well designed essentials. It might be the best place to buy ice cube trays on the internet.

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Photo: W&P Design

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