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Whether you’re an amateur chef or you’ve spent the past 20 years in the finest restaurant in Paris, there’s always something new to learn in the kitchen.
Moreover, there’s often a new device or gadget that can make your life easier. Here are a few of the most interesting ones.
1. 3-in-1 Avocado Slicer
Splitting, pitting and slicing avocados can be a relatively dangerous task if you’re an amateur chef. Simplify your life and prepare your avocado toast safely with a three-in-one slicer. This nifty gadget has a plastic blade to remove the skin and can remove and size of avocado core.
2. Chef’n Original Stem Gem Strawberry Huller
Strawberry coring and hulling with a knife is time-consuming, especially if you’re new in the kitchen. Hull strawberries and other soft fruits and vegetables in seconds with this convenient Stem Gem huller. Simply insert the stainless steel claw, push gently and twist to remove the strawberry stem.
3. Zyliss Black 5-Way Opener
Whether you’re trying to open a bottle of beer or can’t get the lid off that salsa jar, this five-way opener can help. A comfortable soft touch handle allows for a firm grip so you can open cans, bottles with plastic and metal twist caps and the most stubborn jars. Plus, it’s dishwasher safe so you can minimize clean up time.
4. OXO Good Grips Chef’s Squeeze Bottle Set
Sometimes, all you need to make food prep easier is a few good squeeze bottles. This set consists of a medium and large bottle with one thick tip and one thin tip so you can squeeze everything from pancake mix to salad dressings. Lids are dishwasher safe and interchangeable between bottles.
5. Leaf Herb Stripper
Are you tired of picking all those thyme leaves off by hand? Use an herb stripper to remove leaves in a snap and get back to prepping your savory soup. This handy device has nine holes with different sizes to suit everything from cilantro to kale. It’s also rust-resistant, reusable and easy to clean.
6. Notrax Sani-Tuff Premium Rubber Cutting Board
Ditch your plastic and wooden cutting boards for something more heavy-duty. This rubber board provides a non-skid surface for slicing and dicing. Plus, it won’t crack, warp, harbor bacteria or absorb liquids or odors. Hand wash with dish soap and reuse for years.
7. Tramanto Olive Wood Utensil Set 5 Piece
Metal spatulas can scrape your non-stick pans and plastic spoons can melt. Why not treat yourself to some long-lasting kitchen utensils and get this five-piece wooden set. These tools are made of genuine olive wood and are a beautiful addition to any kitchen. Rejuvenate with a food-grade mineral oil to keep them looking good as new.
8. Silicone Utensil Rest With Drip Pad
Keep your countertop and stove neat and spill-free with colorful silicone drip pads. With multiple slots, you can easily rest your cooking utensils nearby between stirring, whisking and flipping. The wide, square bowl will catch any drips, so all you have to do is toss it in the dishwasher after dinner.
9. Sondiko Butane Torch
Toast marshmallows, crisp your creme brulee and add the finishing touch to your meringue pie with a high-quality culinary torch. This refillable butane lighter comes with a safety lock and adjustable flame, making it a versatile addition to your arsenal of kitchen gadgets.
10. Rorence Mixing Bowls Set
Proof bread dough, store food and make cake batters in these stainless steel mixing bowls.
11. Sunkuka Premium Garlic Press
Mincing garlic can be a challenge, even for veteran chefs. Luckily, this premium garlic press is here to save the day. Simply peel the garlic with the silicon tube, stick the cloves in your press, squeeze and voila! Crushing garlic has never been easier. This press also comes with a mini brush for quick, easy cleanup.
12. Cleaning Sponge Gloves
When you’ve finished plating your masterpiece of a meal, the last thing you want to do is wash all those dishes. Of course, you’ll have to clean them eventually. Why not make cleanup easier by slipping on a pair of sponge gloves?
Investing In the Art of Meal Prep
For chefs, preparing a meal is an art form. Thus, most chefs are willing to purchase a few quality tools to streamline prep work and make the most of their time in the kitchen.
If you’d like to take your prep and cooking skills to the next level and create beautiful dishes, invest in a few functional, multipurpose tools.