Smart, must-have kitchen tools and appliances for the at-home chef.

The Cosori Dual Blaze 6.8-Quart Smart Air Fryer uses heating components above and below food to cook evenly, no shaking or flipping required. Smart technology allows users to scan a food package and, with the app, view nutrition facts and step-by-step air frying instructions. Automatic temperature adjustments control heat fluctuations. Plus, it bakes (think eggs, pies) and can be controlled and updated remotely while cooking is in progress. $180;

For the last 48 years, the Big Green Egg grill has implemented the same ceramic technology and classic colorway. The newest size, MiniMax Big Green Egg, is the first version to arrive with its own method of transportation by way of an easy grip carrier, should enthusiasts seek to take their EGG tailgating or on the road. Don’t forget to add a convEGGtor, the indirect convection cooktop that uses residual heat for baking and roasting. $660;

Fancy a smokeless firepit that can travel from backyard to beach or transform into an outdoor table? Consider the Solo Stove Bonfire 2.0. Its removable ash pan catches the mess and the Signature 360º Airflow superheats the air, burning off smoke so guests can enjoy a fire without smelling like one. An optional, minimalist lid holds beverages or doubles as a small table. $240;

The doyenne of do-it-yourself homemaking has finally launched her own line of high-end cookware. MARTHA by Martha Stewart is an elegant collection of versatile copper and stainless-steel saucepans, fry pans, stock pots, enameled cast-iron Dutch ovens, and more. The copper collection looks as good sitting on the shelf as it does cooking on the stove, as evident by Martha having handpicked pieces to be used in the kitchen of her new restaurant, The Bedford, Las Vegas. From $80 (8-inch stainless-steel sauté pan);

Ozone is undoubtedly a polarizing topic, according to Melody Besner, COO of Therasage saunas, but the form of oxygen has been used for decades to support immune function and disinfect drinking water. Because a simple rinse of one’s fruits and veggies is no longer sufficient to clean and deodorize, there’s the aqueous ozone cleaner TheraO3 Bubbler - which fully sanitizes produce by transforming a kitchen sink filled with tap water into a sterilization station. $100;

The iconic Japanese Balmuda Toaster steams instead of fires baked goods. At the beginning of every cook, add 5 cc of water and choose from four modes (pastry, pizza, artisan bread, and sandwich) to ensure desired textures. There’s an additional oven mode that heats without steam, akin to a traditional stove, and four available colors. $300;

Already known for their kitchen staple, the 8-in-1 Always Pan, Our Place has expanded into tableware. Designed in Los Angeles and glazed by hand, the company refers to its sets as “ecosystems.” A modular system, plates serve double duty as bowl covers, nestling perfectly into one another. Made from ceramic with a stain finish, they’re scratch resistant and oven safe up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The 20-piece Set the Table $194;

Eating is one of life’s pleasures. The Izzo Toothbrush four-in-one cleaning and whitening system ensures it can remain as such, while cleaning and removing teeth stains. Switch on the timer and alternate from brushing to polishing with ease. When finished, snap on the UVC sanitizer, which uses ultraviolet light to kill bacteria. $130;

Known for its vintage styling of household appliances, the Smeg CGF01 coffee grinder presents 30 grinding levels and eight presets for coffee quantity (from a single espresso to 12 cups of drip coffee) in a polished package. The stainless-steel conical burr grinder houses a bean hopper and ground coffee container, both of which feature a twist and lock system, to lessen the errant countertop bean escape. $330;

Prepping produce for juicing can be headache-inducing. The Hurom H200 Easy Clean Slow Juicer is the culmination of 40 years of company research, requiring minimal staging to process most whole fruits and veggies. Load an entire recipe, step away, and the slow squeezing technology finishes the job using an auger to squeeze out juice (like hand-squeezing an orange) instead of shredding fruits and vegetables with high-speed blades. This ensures maximum juice yield and minimal oxidation. The H200 can also make ice cream. $700;