In my experience the metal handed ones cut too thick. You want a wooden handled one.
A nice bendy silicone spatula.
I just posted the first image I found on Google. At home I actually have two, one with a plastic handle and one with a wooden handle. The wooden handle one is indeed slicing a bit thinner.
Different slicers for different needs.
Oo snazzy. I think mine was £3 from Ikea! Don’t make your food taste like WD-40
This a chintzy alt?
Still pretty enamoured by my magnetic knife block on the wall. Fucking love chucking knives at it but it’ll all end in tears one day.
not seeing a lot of microplane action going on here. Shame
Not the right thread really but I don’t care. I bought a new sieve and used it yesterday after boiling up chicken bones for a couple of hours for stock. Problem was I automatically drained it straight into the sink as if I was boiling potatoes or something, so all that beautiful stock went down the drain
I have done a variation on this so many times
Have a real problem with knife blocks. Unless you use them all a lot you’re better off getting one really good knife and giving it a wash between washing different things.
Recently got a lemon squeezer, amazed how I managed so long without one.
Your serrated knife game is weak. You need a smaller one I reckon.
do you keep it all out on the side like that? i think you could come up with a better system for it
Chopping boards! Got two basic wooden ones, so I can chop and - let me finish! - change
Glass chopping boards are the worst, most pointless invention ever though, overpriced loud clattery nonsense
Extra wooden spoons
Yes. I definitely need suggestions on this