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5 Tools Your Kitchen Needs
You don’t need fancy or expensive gadgets to make great food. But there are a few staple items your kitchen shouldn’t be without. When it comes to these items, err on the side of quality. You may dish out more money, but you’ll get more use out of them—letting you dish out more food, for longer.
- Kitchen scale
- 3 good knives
- 5 pots and pans
- Cooking thermometer
When to Buy Quality: Blenders
When it comes to your kitchen appliances and tools, price and quality don’t always matter. However, cheap blenders are a definite no-no for the savvy cook. Blenders tend to have short shelf lives, so my suggestion is to go big on this investment and purchase the higher quality product. The blender will last longer, it will perform better, and you will probably have a better warranty on it.
Making the Most of Your Slow Cooker
Life is busy. We may complain that there isn’t enough time to cook delicious, homemade meals. However, with a slow cooker, you can have restaurant quality, high flavor, and low effort dishes at the switch of a nob. For most slow cooker recipes, you just add all the ingredients into the pot and leave it for several hours or overnight. This allows greater flexibility and ease in your cooking schedule. And everyone knows slow cooked food tastes the best. Impress your family today!