When it comes to cooking tools, there are a TON of options...
For each question, guess what the cooking gizmo is actually used for. Good luck!
That's an egg slicer ($9.99 on Amazon).
It's used to evenly slice hard-boiled eggs (and strawberries) without using your knife.
That's a cherry pitter ($12.95 on Amazon).
It's used to easily remove the pits of cherries and olives without ripping them apart.
That's an apple corer ($8.99 on Amazon).
It's used to remove the core of apples, pears, and other fruits.
That's a cheese slicer ($8.03 on Amazon).
It's used to slice hard and soft cheeses without smashing them.
That's an egg separator ($5.32 on Amazon).
You simply crack the egg into the spirals and let the whites separate from the yolk.
That's a muddler ($20.10 on Amazon).
It's used to mash fruits and other ingredients in the bottom of a glass to bring out their flavors.
That's a knife sharpener ($5.99 on Amazon).
It's used to quickly and easily sharpen your knife. You just run your blade through the coarse slot and finish it on the fine to grind your knife and create a sharp edge.
That's a garlic press ($13.99 on Amazon).
It's used to smash garlic into tiny pieces so you don't have to bother with a knife.
That's a skimmer ($16.45 on Amazon).
It's used to skim impurities from the tops of liquids (such as fat or scum). It can also be used to scoop items out of a fryer or remove things from hot liquids (like poached seafood).