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Masterbuilt Deep Fryer There are few things as delicious as a deep-fried turkey. But deep frying is dangerous work, involving vast amounts of flammable fat that, if not handled correctly, can lead to disaster. To play it safe, most people fry their bird out on the lawn or driveway, which can be downright miserable on a frigid November day. Masterbuilt’s indoor deep fryer ($120) seeks to solve this problem by making a safer, more compact deep fryer. The Masterbuilt can put a mouth-watering 14-pound bird on the table in about an hour.
Flavor Injector If you opt to roast your turkey the traditional way you’ll want to get a little extra flavor and, more importantly, fat into that bird so that it doesn’t come out dry and tasteless. Fill the Williams-Sonoma flavor injector ($20) up with butter and herbs to put down a critical layer of fat beneath the bird’s skin, keeping it moist and flavorful as it roasts.
Shun Knife For those that prefer to carve the turkey the old fashioned way, there are few better knives on the market than the Shun Ken Onion carving knife ($288). Not only is it razor sharp right out of the box, but this piece of premium Japanese steel will stay that way for a long time.
Breville Personal Pie Maker Pumpkin, pecan, apple or blueberry – nothing is as likely to set off a holiday argument as warring tastes in pie. Well now you don’t have to choose. Capable of making up to four mini pies at a time, the Breville Personal Pie Maker ($99) ensures that everybody gets theirs and you keep the peace.