IKEA 365+ VÄRDEFULL Peeler
Best peeler ever! My go to for years for salads etc, and it only cost $4.
Benriner Mandoline Slicer
This tool is used in professional kitchens from Japan to France for a reason; it makes slicing vegetables easier than a chef's knife.
Kuhn Rikon Stay Clean Green Dish Scrubber
This eco-friendly sponge has helped me clean some of the stickiest dishes, think honey and peanut butter covered.
Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
You might think I only own one pan, but I can't help it. A cast iron pan is the easiest way to pack a ton of flavor into ANY dish.
Cuisinart Smart Stick
Time is money, and this immersion blender has saved me both. It is an affordable alternative to a food processor, and I can make soups, apple sauce, etc. in no time.
Spiralizer 5-Blade Vegetable Slicer, Strongest-and-Heaviest Duty
Noodles are the best but making pasta can take a long time, especially for a Wednesday night. So I when I have a craving I use this spiralizer to make quick and delicious veggie noodles.
Zilling 8inch Chefs Knife
Though a mandoline can save you time, being able to cut thin is a skill every cook needs. I still use this starter chef's knife, three years later.
Victorinox 8inch Chefs Knife
Kitchen tip: Don't spend a lot of money on expensive and "fancy" chefs' knives. Instead, try out this affordable and reliable knife I have been using for over three years.
Sur La Table Lemon Juicer
Sturdy, simple and efficient what more can you need in a lemon juicer?
Sur La Table Lime Juicer
I loved the lemon one so much I bought the lime juicer too. Seriously though it is the perfect height and design, so you don't waste.