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Monday, November 17, 2014

Kitchen Essentials

Whether you've been building your kitchen collection for years, or just starting out, I thought I’d share some of my favorite, must-have kitchen items. If you're looking to add to your collection, these are items I use on an almost weekly basis, if not daily. They are reasonably priced, sturdy, and have stood the test of time. I try to use as little plastic as possible, and these products reflect that as well.


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Kitchen Utensils and Gadgets:

Wooden Spoons {OXO Good Grips Wooden Spoons}, Cooking Utensils {OXO Good Grips Utensil Set}, Saute Cooking Spoon {OXO Good Grips Wooden Corner Spoon}

Flat Whisk {Best Manufacturers Flat Roux/Gravy Whip}, Tongs {OXO Good Grips 12-Inch Stainless-Steel Locking Tongs}, Kitchen Scissors {Wüsthof’s Come-Apart Kitchen Shears}

Chef Knife (Victorinox Swiss Classic 8" Chef's Knife), Serrated Edge Knife (Chicago Cutlery Essentials 8-Inch Bread Knife), Paring Knife {Victorinox Swiss Classic 4-Inch Paring Knife}


Can Opener {Kuhn Rikon Safety Can Opener}, Metal Dry Measuring Cups (Bellemain Stainless Steel Measuring Cup Set), Glass Liquid Measuring Cup (Pyrex Prepware 2-Cup Measuring Cup),

Measuring Spoons (Progressive International Magnetic Measuring Spoons), Pepper Mill (Peugeot 9-Inch Pepper Mill), Fine mesh strainers (CIA Masters Collection Set)

Colander (Precision Pierced Stainless Steel Colander), Cutting Boards {Totally Bamboo 3-Piece Cutting Board Set}, Stand Mixer - Right now I have a (Sunbeam Heritage Series 350-Watt Stand Mixer) My dream though is to eventually buy a (KitchenAid 5-Qt. Artisan Mixer)

Blender (My blender recently bit the dust, and until I can afford the blender I really want, a Vitamix 5200 Series Blender I will make do with my Hamilton Beach Combo Immersion Hand Blender), Food Processor (Black & Decker 10-Cup Food Processor), Crock Pot (Hamilton Beach 3-in-1 Slow Cooker)

Coffee Maker (Mr. Coffee 8-Cup Thermal Coffeemaker)

Cooking and Baking:

Small, Medium and Large Skillets (Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set}, Small, Medium and Large Sauce Pans {T-fal Stainless Steel Copper-Bottom Cookware Set}, Glass Baking Dishes (Anchor Hocking 15-Piece Oven Basics Bake Set}

Baking Sheets (Farberware Nonstick Bakeware Set)

Not necessary, but things I love having:

Garlic Press (Zyliss Jumbo Garlic Press), Apple Slicer (OXO Good Grips Apple Corer and Divider), Silicone Baking Mats (Silpat)


Half-Gallon, Quart, and Pint Size (Ball Mason Jars) - For pantry storage, as well as canning.

Immersion Blender (Hamilton Beach 2-Speed Immersion Blender), Dehydrator (Nesco Snackmaster Pro Food Dehydrator), Cute Apron (Chefs Kitchen Cooking Apron with Pockets)



Do you have any kitchen essentials, or pantry items you like to use on a regular basis? Let me know about them in the comments below.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi April, thanks for all the great information! I love my Oster Versa performance blender; I've had it for a couple years and it's extremely powerful! I also love my immersion blender, but sometimes you just need more oomph!

    I really think the workhorses of my kitchen are my baking sheets. No particular brand, and most of them are old, beat up ones passed on from my grandmother. I use them (lined) for roasting and toasting, for makeshift shelves in the fridge, taking meats and stuff out to the grill, covered in pretty paper as a base for centerpieces, etc, etc!

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    1. Thanks for sharing your favorites Dani :) I'm like you and use my baking sheets for lots of different task too! I love the fact that you still have the ones that your grandmother used, what a great memory.

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