Kitchen gifts and holiday giving
Have you considered giving kitchenware this holiday season — either to yourself or to someone who is setting up a home? If you have been out shopping in any of your favorite department stores, you’ve probably seen the collection of small appliances on the market. Examples include the cake pop/donut hole baker, mini pie baker, pretzel maker, hot dog roller, pigs in a blanket maker and many more.
Unfortunately, most of these appliances prepare only one food item, and it generally isn’t the healthiest choice. These appliances are unique items for those on your list who have everything, but they may not be considered to be the best use of your money for cooking a variety of foods. These basic tools for cooking may last a lifetime in your kitchen and produce healthier food options as well. Here are some suggestions to get you started:
• Knives — Start with a paring knife for trimming and peeling, a knife with a serrated edge for slicing breads and vegetables such as tomatoes and a chef’s knife for chopping.
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