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    19 Beautiful Kitchen Tools You'll Use All The Damn Time

    So pretty you won't want to use them...but you should!

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    1. A non-stick baking blanket befitting nachos, cookies, and other nom-worthy treats.

    The silicone mat is inspired by traditional Mexican blankets. It's made of fiberglass-reinforced silicone that's FDA-approved and BPA-free. Aka, it'll hold up in the oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher.

    Get it from Amazon for $20 (available in three color combos).

    2. This cheese grater that's elegant and ergonomic, so you're less likely to hurt yourself while doing the lord's work of assembling some nachos.

    Get it from Huckberry for $24.98.

    3. A tiny tea infuser so you can Snapchat something besides the inspirational quote on your tea bag.

    Amazing Review: "It's freaking adorable, washed well in the utensil holder of the dishwasher, and is perfectly functional. It loses a few tiny leaves, but that doesn't bother me at all. They're either so small I don't notice them, or they fall to the bottom of the tea anyway. For this price, friends might be getting these for Christmas." --Haley84

    Get it from Amazon for $1.53.

    4. A walnut paster cutter perf for staging some picturesque in-process Insta shots.

    Get it from Food52 for $39.

    5. This elegant wine decanter with a perforated aerator for a waterfall stream begging for its very own Boomerang.

    Hey, if it's good enough for Oprah, it should suffice for you, no?

    Promising Review: "Great product. Actually bought one for a friend then decided I needed one, too!" --Book Lover

    Get it from Amazon for $99.95.

    6. A pair of grill-prep trays you'll want to use even when you're just making a PB&J.

    Promising Review: "I bought these because I didn't have any grill trays. They were WAY BETTER than I thought they would be. You can put them in the dishwasher and they come out like brand new. I am going to buy them for all of my grilling lovers out there. I am also buying a second set in case they don't sell them again. A MUST HAVE!" --Alock115

    Get them from Williams-Sonoma for $19.96.

    7. A handsome cast-iron apple peeler that'll make easy work of your grandmother's apple pie recipe.

    Promising Review: "Best $20 I've spent in a long time. This thing peels and slices apples in seconds. If you read the directions, have it mounted properly, and the blade 1/8" separated as instructed, be prepared for easy street peeling and slicing. When the blade is set to peel and slice, the machine corks the apple perfectly. Super happy with this purchase." --Rich H

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in a clamp or suction base).

    8. This sculptural citrus juicer that comes with a bamboo stand so you can admire it while at rest, too.

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99 or MoMA Store for $40.

    9. A double-wall French press for keeping your coffee piping hot while looking cool as hell.

    Promising Review: "Right away you notice the heft of the stainless steel, which is of considerable thickness, yet perfectly milled with smooth curvaceous lines and edges. The press and the lid fit perfectly and make a satisfying seal with the outer cylinder, which requires the slightest amount of manual effort to press down, even when it's empty. I couldn't be more pleased with this purchase." --hammar

    Get it from Amazon for $35.98+ (available in four sizes).

    10. An enviable salt mill (and matching pepper mill) in your pick of the rainbow.

    Promising Review: "We use this with sea salt and it works like a gem. Also looks really good paired with the red pepper mill. Note that these are tall mills. I like them on the table to accompany dinner but when cooking, I prefer the smaller ones. It's a matter of preference, though. This salt mill works perfectly." --Melanie Nolen

    Get them from Amazon: salt mill and pepper mill for $37.95 each (available in 15 colors).

    11. A marble butter keeper someone may mistake for a work of art.

    Promising Review: "This has a good weight and kept butter cool on the counter -- ever during an Arizona summer. Add a little water, put butter in the bell, turn the bell into the base, and you're done. For me, the bell capacity is a little small. But for a table for toast or something, it'd be perfect." --Lady Isarma

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99.

    12. This sleek lobster cracker with a pretty obvious purpose.

    Promising Review: "An essential accessory for our lobster feeds!" --Chris Reilly

    Get it from Amazon for $3.99.

    13. A sleek composting bucket ~almost~ too nice to use.

    This dishwasher-safe beaut is 70% made of leftover bamboo fiber from flooring and furniture manufacturing and is built to last as long as 10 years. And it won't end up a landfill once you're finished with it. It's biodegradable.

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $40.

    14. Matching magnetic measuring cups and spoons in a pleasing rainbow of colors that won't go MIA in your drawers.,

    Promising Review: "These are perfect, colorful, and well shaped for scooping and pouring. They stand upright on their own, and, of course, the magnets keep them tidy in a drawer." --tinystar

    Get them from Amazon: cups for $17.25 and spoons for $6.95.

    15. A double-wall tea infuser for when you wanna watch the tea leaves work their magic.

    Promising Review: "It is beautifully made without any defects or flaws. Works great for holding hot tea or other drinks, and feels fairly durable considering its made of glass." --s

    Get it from UncommonGoods for $35.

    16. A garden-motif juicer that makes for one less dish you have to wash.

    Get it from Anthropologie for $28.

    17. A beautiful wishbone trivet to bring you all the good luck at dinnertime.

    Promising Review: "I received two of these as gifts and they're beautiful! I love them. They're very rustic, yet beautiful." --Whitney the country cook

    Get it from UncommonGoods for $48.

    18. Some coffee-measuring spoons that easily clip on to your bag of the moment.

    Promising Review: "Really nice quality and great color! Clips feel very strong." --Amazon Customer

    Get a two-pack from Amazon for $9.49.

    19. And a beautifully simple coffee dripper to help you make some brew worthy of telling Diane.

    Promising Review: "This thing is amazing in its simplicity. I actually enjoy making coffee now and it could not be easier and less of a hassle. In my case, I just put it over a mason jar and let it drip. If you use the paper filters, clean up is a breeze. I don't know how coffee making turned into such a process with all the gadgetry, but with this unit, it really is the epitome of simplicity. I can't think of a better way to make coffee than this." --GG

    Get it from Amazon for $33.63+ (available in 14 finishes, three sizes).

    We're sure Coop would approve.

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