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Top Kitchen Tools for Serving the Best Brunch

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SOURCE Kyocera Advanced Ceramics, Sasa Demarle, Kuhn Rikon, Capresso, Reduce, CDN and Primula

HOUSTON, May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- From cookware to tea makers, these handy kitchen tools will help you serve the ultimate weekend morning meal.

New Kyocera Ceramic Coated Nonstick Cookware

New Kyocera Ceramic Coated Cookware features proprietary ceramic nonstick coating technology that has been shown to outlast and outperform other leading brands. Perfect for making omelets and pancakes, the pan offers superior nonstick performance that is safe, scratch resistant and very easy to clean. PTFE-free, PFOA-free and cadmium-free.  Oven-safe up to 400 degrees F.  $44.95 for 8-inch pan, $54.95 for 10-inch pan and $64.95 for 12-inch pan. KyoceraAdvancedCeramics.com.

From the innovation leader in non-stick baking mats, the new Silpat® Entremet is a casserole-style silicone baking pan that provides maximum heat transfer, even browning, and ultimate release for potato gratins, egg and cheese casserole, and more. Microwave, oven and freezer safe. Made in France. $55. Amazon.com.

The Kuhn Rikon Dual Graters feature two ultra sharp graters in one compact tool. The Dual Grater Fine/Medium has one side to finely grate nuts and citrus, and the other side for hard cheese or chocolate. The Dual Grater Coarse/Ribbon is designed for grating hard cheese, and the other creates thin ribbon slices of garlic and more. Dishwasher safe. $15 each. Amazon.com.

The Capresso Coffee a la CarteTM Cup-to-Carafe® Coffee & Tea Maker makes it easy to brew either a simple serving or a full carafe of coffee, and it also brews tea. Operation is easy and intuitive, with customizable brewing and sizing options. Uses freshly ground coffee – no pods or capsules – for fresher taste and lower ingredient cost. Preset illuminated brewing buttons for Small Cup, Large Cup, Carafe or Tea. $179.99. Amazon.com.

With a stainless steel fingerprint-proof finish, the 10-cup BPA-free Reduce™ Water Filtration Pitcher serves water in style. It removes harmful contaminants and chemicals for improved taste, and it features a clear window on the side for easily viewing the liquid level in ounces and cups. Comes with one 60-day water filter. $44.99. Reduceeveryday.com.

The CDN Infrared Gun (IN1022) ensures food safety at outdoor brunches or indoor buffets by measuring the surface temperature of food being served without touching it. There is no risk of cross-contamination since it never touches the food. Simply point the gun at the food, press the trigger, and within a second the unit provides an accurate surface temperature reading. $84. Chefsresource.com.

Prepare up to 16 cups of cold brewed coffee – which is naturally sweeter and 65% less acidic than hot brewed – with the Primula® Cold Brew Glass Carafe System. To brew, put water and the Cold Brew Core in the 1.6-quart pitcher, and then add ground coffee to the Cold Brew Core. Refrigerate for 12 hours. Then, remove the Cold Brew Core and insert the Flavor Mixer to stir coffee with a quick twist for enhanced taste. Dishwasher safe. Stays fresh in the fridge for up to 14 days. $39.99 at select Macy's stores.

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