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Cuisipro The Magnetic Spot Scrubber Glass Cleaning Tool | thegrommet.com | $10

Cuisipro Magnetic Spot Scrubber

The Cuisipro magnetic spot scrubber, discovered by The Grommet, cleans difficult to reach parts of glass vases, flasks, decanters and narrow necked bottles. I wish there was a bigger version of this for narrow-mouth water bottles.

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Anchor Hocking's Baked line ($10.99-$14.99) of glass bakeware aren't just inspired by your mother's Pyrex pans — they actually recreate archival forms beloved by the duo behind the Brooklyn bakery of the same name. The line includes baking pans, mixing bowls, and measuring cups and will be available in July.

Go Retro with These Cool Kitchen Gadgets!

Register for this classic-looking new glass bakeware set from Anchor's Baked line by Fire King.

Make the fridge smell good!

Get an ethylene gas absorber for the fridge.These little pods absorb the ethylene emitted by fruits and vegetables to keep them fresh up to longer. They'll help save you on expenses and you can focus on a different part of the house

Lomography/La Sardina Camera

Effortlessly classy and stylish in its monochromatic diamond pattern, La Sardina Domino Pattern Edition boasts multiple-exposure capabilities and a smooth-scrolling rewind dial. It’s exceptionally talented in producing gorgeous wide-angle photos!

Whether you’re using it for breakfast in bed or bringing dessert to the table, the Ginsey Home Solutions Freeform Tray ($19.99-$29.99, ginsey.com) has a lovely architectural look — plus, it's storage friendly. It lies flat when you're not using it, which makes it easy to stow in a drawer, closet, or cabinet. How does it work? Just lift it by the cutout handles and it’s a tray; put it down and it lies flat and can even double as a placemat. Three sizes and a variety of color combinations are…

Best Cooking Tools of 2012

From advances in food safety to bartending gear, these new tools impressed GHRI's Kitchen Appliances Lab this year.