Several years ago I was given this ball whisk as a gift by a designy friend, who picked it up at MoMA. But unlike many kitchen utensils that rate high in looks, this one actually works. It has become my favorite whisk, particularly when it comes to cleanup as there are no crevices for food to get stuck in. Also, the design means that the ball rods can generate more whipping action using less effort. What’s not to like? They are now available with silicone handles and balls, as well as a flat-whisk option. I’m guessing these are less likely to leave scratches on those amazing Rösle stainless mixing bowls that you knew you had no business spending that much money on, but then your awesome friend Dreanne got them for you as a wedding present and they are the BEST. BOWLS. EVER. You know, those.