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

The best way to get spaghetti from bowl to plate. Read more...
Various types of spatula have specific purposes.
It's important to keep your spices organized and have the tools you need to prepare them for cooking. Read more...
This is the Asian version of a slotted spoon and perfect for lifting food out of a deep fryer. Read more...
Here's a tea strainer and a tea ball.
You need these for stirring and scooping with your non-stick pans. Read more...
PlaceholderRubbermaid Stain Shield Containers
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...
PlaceholderRubbermaid Juice Container
f you enjoy fresh juice then a quality pitcher is a must for your kitchen. When selecting a pitcher, we prefer one from Rubbermaid that holds one gallon of liquid, has markings on the side for quart measurements, and has a tight lid so that you can shake the juice without it splattering it all over your kitchen. Read more...
PlaceholderSimply Works Sous Vide Lid for Anova Precision Sous Vide
For owners of the Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker the Simply Works Sous Vide Lid for Anova is a must own. This silicone lid designed to cover an 11-inch stock pot and features a cutout specifically sized to fit the Joule. The lid also features a hook and handle for opening. Read more...
PlaceholderSimply Works Sous Vide Lid for Joule Sous Vide
If you’re a frequent user of the popular ChefSteps Joule sous vide immersion circulator, then the Simply Works Sous Vide Lid for Joule is a must own. This silicone lid designed to cover an 11-inch stock pot and features a cutout specifically sized to fit the Joule. The lid also features a hook and handle for opening. Read more...


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