Just read this WSJ article by Keith Blanchard (http://www.wsj.com/articles...) that laments the sad state of affairs for contemporary home kitchens, which, in his view, are overrun with "hipster gadgets" like mini donut makers, pens for coffee art, macaron kits, et cetera. Not sure how much sway his argument holds for me! Anyone else have thoughts?
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