The Noil Kitchen | Tools I Use
The kitchen tools described on this page are the ones I use in my own kitchen and enjoy most. Some of these tools have been in use for over twenty years. I like longevity in a tool particularly in the tools that matter the most like the knife, the cutting board and the main cookware.
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The Noil CookJanuary 28, 2018
My go-to knife in the kitchen is the Henckels Professional Chef Knife, specifically Zwilling J.A. Henckels twin Pro S 8-inch. The steel is forged ice-hardened which keeps the edge a long time. This knife has been in my kitchen arsenal for
The Noil CookFebruary 1, 2018
This stainless steel lemon squeezer has been my kitchen for over 3 years with heavy use and is still going strong. It is 18/10 stainless steel, really strong and gets more juice out than the others I’ve had. It works great for
The Noil CookApril 21, 2018
I have been using the olivewood flat spatulas I bought from Sur la Table for at least 15 years. I really like using them and have an increased appreciation for them since I started cooking oil-free. Olivewood doesn’t scratch pans, but is
The Noil CookSeptember 7, 2017
Vegetable scrub gloves work really well for all root vegetables especially if you want to keep the skin on or use the peeled skins to make crisps. With the gloves on, you can rub off more and get into nooks and crannies, a much harder task with a vegetable brush. Root vegetables like beets, carrots, become […]