Editors' pick: Originally published Nov. 28.
As much as Millennials love brunch and takeout, every so often we take it upon ourselves to remove the shoes that have been carefully stored in our ovens and get domestic.
From bunny cake pans to snail tea holders, now you can finally outfit your closet-sized kitchen with everything you've almost splurged on during every visit to a museum gift shop.
Why don't you show your real feelings about the gingerbread man? You're going to tear his legs off anyway; your cookie might as well look the part.
OK, so these are probably designed for children, but they're pretty awesome. Let this bunny and rabbit be your reminder to throw in the occasional salad between orders of Chinese food.
It's 2016. You know you shouldn't be using disposable water bottles anymore. This rugged-looking double-walled water bottle will keep liquids hot for 12 hours and cold for 24.
The finest cheeses come from the cutest hedgehogs. This one-of-a-kind cheese grater will start a conversation every time a dinner guest (Go, you!) asks for extra Parmesan.
Just when you thought you never wanted a bug in your tea, you stand corrected. These cute silicone snails save your fingers from a scalding search for the end of a tea bag.
When it comes down to it, what's a cake without bunnies? These aluminum pans will give your desserts the Pinterest-level look you dream of without the failure that would result if you went freehand.
Face it. You can't afford brunch every weekend. With recipes and quizzes, this book has everything you need to recover from a happy hour you already forgot.
With so much focus on oven mitts, a larger issue has been completely ignored. How is one to get ice cubes into a White Russian without enduring frostbite? Your prayers have been answered.
Because every dinner party should have a great pun, enjoy four different seasonings while you celebrate the four seasons.
At the end of the day, you're still a big kid. Now you can step up your Popsicle game and freeze your favorite locally produced juice in a unique aquatic mold.
If you're going to take your herb game beyond the basic table salt, display your seasoning with the respect it deserves.
We all know you're going to make a gigantic mess in your effort to boil water. Mr. Brooman stands by with the supplies you need in hand.