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A kitchen utensil is a hand-held, typically small tool that is designed for food-related functions. Food preparation utensils are a specific type of kitchen utensil, designed for use in the preparation of food. Some utensils are both food preparation utensils and eating utensils; for instance some implements of cutlery – especially knives – can be used for both food preparation in a kitchen and as eating utensils when dining.


Kitchen Tools Kitchen Tools Useful,  multipurpose utensils that make cooking enjoyable.  Earlier in life, my kitchen consisted of a dull knife, one wooden spoon and a metal bowl.  I still cooked with adventure, but everything was twice as hard and successful results were not guaranteed!  These are everyday tools and I promise they will make your life easier. Get Started! Tongs If you want to up-level your kitchen “cred,” buy a pair of tongs. They make you seem like you really know what you are doing in the kitchen, and they can flip, toss, turn, and scrape. Shop Our Store Flat Wooden Spatula The ultimate multitasker, this utensil is a tried-and-true friend in the kitchen. Round spoons can’t get into the corners of a saucepan and metal spatulas are rough on cookware. Shop Our Store Silicone Spoon Spatula This tool is a s useful for sauteing vegetables as it is for stirring morning oatmeal. Shop Our Store Measuring Cups You should have two sets of measuring cups, one for dry ingredients and one for liquids. Shop Our Store Measuring Spoons Metal measuring spoons are stronger than plastic and last longer. Shop Our Store Mesh Strainer Put the strainer in the sink when you scrub vegetables and wash fruit. A medium strainer works well for many tasks. Shop Our Store Vegetable Peeler Look for a peeler with a good grip and a blade opening at least 3 inches wide. Shop Our Store Kitchen Shears Once you start using kitchen shears, you will find thousands of tasks for them. Keep a dedicated kitchen pair away from art projects, which will dull the blade. Shop Our Store Flexible Cutting Boards You can pick up a flexible board and scrape the cut ingredients directly into the pot. Look for a color-coordinated set of cutting boards to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. Shop Our Store Whisk When it comes to buying a whisk, don’t skimp on quality. A strong stainless-steel whisk with a solid round handle will make for easy work. Shop Our Store Dutch Oven Heavy cast-iron posts with an enamel coating have excellent heat conduction. Start with a 5-quart pot, which is small enough to make dinner, but big enough to squeeze in a whole chicken. Shop Our Store Mixing Bowls Look for bowls that have a rubber bottom edge to reduce the slip factor. They should be deep enough for splatter control and wider enough to allow for whisking. Shop Our Store 8″ Chefs Knife There is no single tool for cooking that you will rely on more than a sharp chef’s knife. Shop Our Store Paring Knife The pointed tip of a paring knife gets into tight spaces a larger chef’s knife cannot touch. It’s perfect for slicing smaller fruits and vegetables. Shop Our Store 6″ Serrated Knife A serrated knife blade cuts through tomatoes like a charm and does double duty on bread and tough-skinned vegetables like squash. Shop Our Store Grater A stainless-steel grater does more than grate cheese. It can grate onions, carrots, and chocolate too. Shop Our Store 10-12″ Skillet The all purpose pan. Skillets have slanted edges and are always measured in inches across the top. Invest in quality. Shop Our Store 8-12 quart stockpot There are a lot of things you can prepare with a sturdy stockpot: soups, pastas, and corn on the cob just to name a few. Shop Our Store 2 quart saute pan Use this versatile pan to reheat rice, warm broth and even melt butter for popcorn. I recommend an ovenproof, nonstick stanless-steel pot with a long handle and a tight fitting lid. Shop Our Store Food Processor A food processor can make quick work of tough, hard foods like nuts and seeds and can quickly grind onions and garlic. Shop Our Store


Kitchen Tools Useful,  multipurpose utensils that make cooking enjoyable.  Earlier in life, my kitchen consisted of a dull knife, one wooden spoon and a metal bowl.  I still cooked with adventure, but everything was twice as hard and successful results were not guaranteed!  These are everyday tools and I promise they will make your life easier. Get Started! Tongs If you want to up-level your kitchen “cred,” buy a pair of tongs. They make you seem like you really know what you are doing in the kitchen, and they can flip, toss, turn, and scrape. Shop Our Store Flat Wooden Spatula The ultimate multitasker, this utensil is a tried-and-true friend in the kitchen. Round spoons can’t get into the corners of a saucepan and metal spatulas are rough on cookware. Shop Our Store Silicone Spoon Spatula This tool is a s useful for sauteing vegetables as it is for stirring morning oatmeal. Shop Our Store Measuring Cups You should have two sets of measuring cups, one for dry ingredients and one for liquids. Shop Our Store Measuring Spoons Metal measuring spoons are stronger than plastic and last longer. Shop Our Store Mesh Strainer Put the strainer in the sink when you scrub vegetables and wash fruit. A medium strainer works well for many tasks. Shop Our Store Vegetable Peeler Look for a peeler with a good grip and a blade opening at least 3 inches wide. Shop Our Store Kitchen Shears Once you start using kitchen shears, you will find thousands of tasks for them. Keep a dedicated kitchen pair away from art projects, which will dull the blade. Shop Our Store Flexible Cutting Boards You can pick up a flexible board and scrape the cut ingredients directly into the pot. Look for a color-coordinated set of cutting boards to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. Shop Our Store Whisk When it comes to buying a whisk, don’t skimp on quality. A strong stainless-steel whisk with a solid round handle will make for easy work. Shop Our Store Dutch Oven Heavy cast-iron posts with an enamel coating have excellent heat conduction. Start with a 5-quart pot, which is small enough to make dinner, but big enough to squeeze in a whole chicken. Shop Our Store Mixing Bowls Look for bowls that have a rubber bottom edge to reduce the slip factor. They should be deep enough for splatter control and wider enough to allow for whisking. Shop Our Store 8″ Chefs Knife There is no single tool for cooking that you will rely on more than a sharp chef’s knife. Shop Our Store Paring Knife The pointed tip of a paring knife gets into tight spaces a larger chef’s knife cannot touch. It’s perfect for slicing smaller fruits and vegetables. Shop Our Store 6″ Serrated Knife A serrated knife blade cuts through tomatoes like a charm and does double duty on bread and tough-skinned vegetables like squash. Shop Our Store Grater A stainless-steel grater does more than grate cheese. It can grate onions, carrots, and chocolate too. Shop Our Store 10-12″ Skillet The all purpose pan. Skillets have slanted edges and are always measured in inches across the top. Invest in quality. Shop Our Store 8-12 quart stockpot There are a lot of things you can prepare with a sturdy stockpot: soups, pastas, and corn on the cob just to name a few. Shop Our Store 2 quart saute pan Use this versatile pan to reheat rice, warm broth and even melt butter for popcorn. I recommend an ovenproof, nonstick stanless-steel pot with a long handle and a tight fitting lid. Shop Our Store Food Processor A food processor can make quick work of tough, hard foods like nuts and seeds and can quickly grind onions and garlic. Shop Our Store


Utensils are very important, almost like quality ingredients, because they allow you to make the recipe in perfect conditions, as the author intended. If you use poor tools and your recipe goes wrong, it will be almost impossible to know where the problem lay. And for your working comfort, it's much easier to work with good tools.What's here? On this page you will find information on tools that you can use when cooking. They are separate in two categories : the "10 essentials", those that I think you must have in your kitchen, and the others. For each one, there are explanations on its use, and some councils of purchase. See about buys the best addresses page.


Useful,  multipurpose utensils that make cooking enjoyable.  Earlier in life, my kitchen consisted of a dull knife, one wooden spoon and a metal bowl.  I still cooked with adventure, but everything was twice as hard and successful results were not guaranteed!  These are everyday tools and I promise they will make your life easier.