Kitchen tools and cutlery are essential in your fresh start of your kitchen. I am definitely a kitchen tool and gadget girl. There are so many that you can fill up your kitchen with, but which ones must I have on hand? Below are my most used and loved kitchen tools/gadgets and my must haves for cutlery.
Candy Thermometer Deep Fry/Jam/Sugar/Syrup/Jelly Thermometer with Hanging Hook & Pot Clip Stainless Steel
Collapsible Kitchen Colander – Over the Sink Kitchen Strainer By Comfify | 6-quart Capacity | Blue & Grey
Joseph Joseph Index Plastic Cutting Board Set with Storage Case Color-Coded Dishwasher-Safe Non-Slip, Large, Silver
Glass Food Storage
Ice Cream Scoop
OXO Good Grips Complete Grate & Slice Set
Measuring Cups & Spoons
Wildone Measuring Cups & Spoons Set of 21 – Includes 7 Stainless Steel Nesting Measuring Cups, 8 Measuring Spoons, 1 Leveler & 5 Mini Measuring Spoons
All-Clad Instant Read Digital Thermometer
ThermoPro TM02 Digital Kitchen Timer with Dual Countdown Stop Watches Timer/Magnetic Timer Clock with Adjustable Loud Alarm and Backlight LCD
2 Pack Black Kitchen Tongs, Premium Silicone BPA Free Non-Stick Stainless Steel BBQ Cooking Grilling Locking Food Tongs, 9-Inch & 12-Inch
Swissmar Swiss Trio Peeler Set
Henckels Classic Carving Set, 2-piece, Black/Stainless Steel
A carving set may not be something you think of when you are first outfitting your kitchen but I find that I reach for it time and time again. If you want to serve a beautiful roast or turkey to the table it is nice to have the set to carve and serve.
Where I love to invest in a high quality chef’s knife I much prefer to buy a less expensive paring knife. I find that these from Sur La Table hold up really well. Plus you can buy new ones each season and lots of time they have cute prints such as boats or lobsters.
A kitchen tool most of the time isn’t something fancy, it’s just something that makes your life easier. Can you cut your pizza without a pizza cutter? Sure, but I love the functionality a pizza cutter provides and even use it when making beignets. What kitchen tool do you use the most?