Best Baking Tools

Most professional baking pans are either aluminum or aluminized steel. Stainless steel pans are sometimes used, but food sticks to them like you wouldn't believe. Silicon mats, acetate sheets and parchment, are usually used to line the pan anyways to further prevent sticking.

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Best Apple Peelers

Apple pie bakers usually agree that the most tedious activity that you have to do is peeling – especially if your recipes calls for a pound or two of fresh apples. Sure, you can always slice apples off its skin leaving a few pieces to waste, but if you want to get the most out of it, then you will r...

Best Chefs Knife

A Zwilling Pro Chef Knife has a decent belly, and the handle promotes a pinch grip. A Wusthof Chef Knife has less of a belly but it might not be as "ergonomic". Both of these are heavy chef knives. If you prefer a lighter knife, A Shun Kanso Chef's Knife has a wooden handle and is lightweight. It ha...

Best Paring Knife

Paring knives are used for precision work and meant to cut small items you might hold in your hand like peaches or apples. Examples like cutting apart the membranes in grapefruit halves, dicing egg and pickles or removing seeds from jalapeños or broccoli florets from the stalk. Paring is a word tha...

Best Nakiri Knife

Nakiri bocho are used for cutting vegetables, while a santoku bocho knife is more multi-purpose and used for vegetables, fish, and meat. For a nakiri, get one with a flat blade, not a rounded one. Any Japanese nakiri knife over $50 is typically pretty great and will last a long time.

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