A Guide To The Kitchen Tools And Gadgets We Love (cont'd)

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Versatile, large and loud, this timer is difficult to ignore, which is what you want to avoid overcooking dinner. read more
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The StufZ Burger Press helps make a pretty good stuffed burger, and stuffed burgers can be very juicy and tasty, with the cheese on the inside, not on top. Or bacon, or onions, or mushrooms, or or or. Working with it was a bit awkward at first, but once you get used to it you'll be making stuffed burgers like a pro. read more
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A French press coffee maker requires no electricity, is portable, easy to operate, and makes a great cup of coffee. Here's a review of one of our favorite models that won't crack. read more
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A food mill is a must for getting rid of seeds. It makes the best textured tomato sauce ever, pureed but with a little texture left in it. read more
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These two tools can make cooking and slicing hardcooked eggs much easier. The slicer can be used for bananas and soft vegetables as well. read more
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When it comes to juicing oranges, nothing works better for me than an old fashioned juicer with a little built-in bowl and a strainer like grandma used. Juices lemons and limes too! read more
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Keep your stored food items organized and easy to find with an inexpensive labeler. read more
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Plastic storage containers are versatile, multipurpose, essential items in any kitchen. Keep a variety of sizes on hand for various liquid and solid foods. read more
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One simple wooden rolling pin ought to do the trick. read more
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An essential item for any kitchen. read more
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The newfangled replacement for parchment paper: non-stick for rolling dough; heatproof for baking. read more
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Get the kind that clings to bowls so you can keep your food air tight. read more
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Better get two. read more
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Keep whatever is covering your food tight. read more
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Terry cloth is the best! Avoid towels with fringes to catch fire. read more

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