Executing a solid omelette-toss ranks high on the viscerally satisfying scale—as does mashing a boiled potato to oblivion. With designer Danny Seo’s Smashula ($7 at Home Goods, 795 Columbus Ave., nr. 99th St.; 212-280-6303), you can kill both tasks with one tool. The recycled-steel base is sturdy for pulverizing tomatoes or flattening a patty, which you can then flip securely thanks to the Smashula’s angled head. Post-cleanup, it stands upright on your countertop.