Review A very basic toasting device, which comes at a pleasingly low price.
Review A well-priced toaster oven that produces decent cooking results. It's good, but not exceptional at anything.
Review This Breville costs quite a lot and has too many fancy features you'll never use. Still, it's a decent oven if you can afford it.
Review While not the best in terms of cooking, this comes with plenty of extras that make it good value.
Review The Cuisinart Custom Classic Toaster Oven Broiler has five cooking functions, but isn't the best we've seen.
Review A cheap, but very basic toasting oven, that does little to justify the space it occupies in the kitchen.
Review This toasting oven looks good, and performs well, although it's now an older model and harder to find.
Review The GoWise 14 Qt is the largest pressure cooker we reviewed, and it has relatively fast cooking times, making it ideal for family events.
Review The Black + Decker PR100 doesn't produce food that's as tender or flavorful as some other pressure cookers, but it's easy to use and clean, and it cooks quickly.
Review The Cosori Premium CP016-PC has extra accessories and plenty of cooking options, but the inner bowl takes a long time to clean.
Review The Gourmia GPC625 6-Quart has a somewhat complicated interface compared to other pressure cookers, but this unit consistently creates good meals in relatively quick time.
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NEWS In a color called Pebbled Palm, the KitchenAid also has a textured matte finish and was released alongside a special line of baking products.