In the latest video on the Minecraft YouTube channel, we can clearly see a tab open on one of the developer's screen that's called a Frying table. Could it mean a first real cooking block in Minecraft? This would make a lot of sense as the food goes hand in hand with the combat feature of the game. It's also a fairly old system that could use an upgrade. You may be able to cook powerful food items that could provide you with status effects. Frying table is still a speculation, but would be a great addition in Minecraft 1.21.
Crafter is an advanced redstone block that allows you to craft items automatically. Best uses for the crafter in Minecraft 1.21 include a machine that can easily make simple recipes made by Rays Works, a machine that auto crafts dried kelp blocks made by xisumavoid, which you can later use as fuel and a machine that creates bamboo planks made by Mumbo Jumbo, which you can use to make all sorts of wooden blocks and items.
Breeze is a new playful hostile mob added in Minecraft 1.21 update. It kind of resembles the Blaze in a way and can only spawn from the special trial spawners in trial chambers. It moves around by jumping and attacks the player using only the ranged attack - wind charge. This projectile does very little damage when it collides directly with an entity, but can push them back by several blocks. Furthermore, the Breeze so far has no loot drops, but you do get a reward after killing all six mobs that the trial spawner summons.
Minecraft 1.21 is the new major update coming to Minecraft. Its name is not yet known, but it is related to combat and tinkering aspects of the game. A new structure was added called the trial chambers. It’ll provide lots of combat challenges. There are also trial spawners that give you rewards after you defeat all the mobs. Plenty of new copper and tuff blocks are introduced, as well as new mobs such as the Breeze and armadillo. Also, in this structure you’ll find the new mysterious trial key item. Release date is suspected to be in June 2024.