A Few of My Favorite Things: Kitchen Tool Edition

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Buy Valium Now It is officially time for maternity leave. “I’ll be back”. In the meantime, I have a few goodies to share out here in the blog-o-sphere until I come back. Enjoy!

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https://naturallyequine.com/2023/11/fmvsotp The more I cooked the more I realized how many super specialized tools there are out there! Since I’m not a chef, but love to cook, I figured I’d share a few of the tools I love the most. I don’t use too many special things that can only serve one purpose. While blogging a dish it takes long enough to cook, makes notes, and photograph that searching for a very specific tool isn’t likely. I do have a few go-to items I think everyone can use.


https://palmlabsadhesives.com/71wai0l10 Dutch Oven/Cast-Iron Skillet: https://mybeautybunny.com/u3htno6uo5q This one is a toss up of which you absolutely need. I love both. They get super hot and the stove-top to oven capability is sooo handy to finish dinner or keep something hot, or just to use fewer dishes! They’re heavy and sometimes pricey but worth it. I love the flavor (and iron intake benefit) of the cast iron skillet. I love that barely anything can burn in the dutch oven and the cover. https://londonorienteering.co.uk/2023/11/p2v5q0hp20y cassolet_beans_590_390


https://iberomedia.com/blog-inbound-marketing/dubq39vb0g Meat Thermometer: Buy Diazepam 30 Mg I swear by the basic $3 meat thermometer you can get from the grocery store or Bed Bath & Beyond. This takes the question mark out of cooking meat! I think this is a must-have. Especially for pork. I believe those who don’t like pork, only have had it overcooked. I think it’s one that’s hard to tell the done-ness but chicken is a great one too to avoid drying it out and ensuring it is cooked enough through the center. Don’t proceed without one. Buy Crescent Diazepam kale_pesto_pork_590_390 https://vilarriba.com/2023/11/06/hm44cbruxv Blender:  https://naturallyequine.com/2023/11/jkk5ujxve I splurged on a Ninja for a blender/smoothies. I don’t use it daily, but quite often I use it weekly…at least monthly. I love this one I got. I wasn’t about to dish out $400+ bucks for a Blendtec but the Ninja hasn’t left me with any regrets. I have this blender & single serve attachments. I see it online for $120-ish. I got it at bed bath & beyond with a gift card, 20% off, $5 off, and a store credit. It is totally worth it. I make smoothies regularly so I love when they can be contained in 1 cup to mix, drink, then to go into the dishwasher. https://www.mtwmag.com/uz1l9j21 creamcicle_smoothie_blend_590_390 https://www.nnhopes.org/nnh-blog/7xsjm0vtc Devil Oven Grabber: https://www.woolcan.net/eytkogs9 This thing is awesome, and arguably one of my most used. I love this silly thing. It helps you to pull the oven/toaster oven rack out. I know, I know, you could do it without this. I use it with the toaster oven where I don’t normally need/keep an oven mit. This guy makes an appearance about 5x a week on average. It is made of silicone so he safely lives ontop of the toaster oven. follow site devil here What do you grab in the kitchen first?


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