For the New Cook

Here are some Cool Tools to help the new cook discover the fun and joy of cooking.

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  1. Gefu Flexicut Vegetable Splitter (Cutter)
    Gefu Flexicut Vegetable Splitter (Cutter)
    Why It's Cool: Easily cuts round things (fruits or vegetables) into quarters or eigths, without risk to life or limb
    One of the most difficult categories of things to cut a lot of are round things. Think about it: Brussels sprouts, carrots, small potatoes, cherry tomatoes, radishes, cucumbers,...
  2. Tovolo Flipping Flex Turner
    Tovolo Flipping Flex Turner
    Why It's Cool: Thin nylon blade, comfortable offset handle and high heat resistance make this the perfect Cool Tool for your nonstick saute pan
    Most of us have some “nonstick” pans that we love because they’re convenient to use and easy to cleanup. And while there are a variety of coatings to choose from, all...
    As low as $5.99
  3. Oval Banana Leaf
    Charles Viancin Banana Leaf Silicone Lids
    Rating:
    90% of 100
    Why It's Cool: Use instead of plastic wrap for a better seal and greener kitchen...and it's a universal lid on the stove or in the oven or microwave.
    When Kennedy and I started Colbrook Kitchen, we each found a tool that to us epitomized the concept of a Cool Tool: high design, high functionality and unique--something that in...
    As low as $15.99
  4. Charles Viancin Silicone Lids
    Charles Viancin Silicone Lids
    Rating:
    90% of 100
    Why It's Cool: Use instead of plastic wrap for a better seal and greener kitchen...and it's a universal lid on the stove or in the oven or microwave.
    I’m pretty much a disaster when it comes to plastic wrap; it seems to stick to everything except the bowl I'm trying to cover.  And the green side of me hates to use it once...
    As low as $8.99
  5. Progressive Collapsible Funnels
    Progressive Collapsible Funnels
    Why It's Cool: Large enough holes for most jobs, stores easily
    The funnel is the Rodney Dangerfield of the kitchen--it gets no respect! But if you don’t have one, you wind up chasing peppercorns around the kitchen counter or wiping...
    As low as $3.99
  6. Chef'n StemGem Strawberry Stemmer
    Chef'n StemGem Strawberry Stemmer
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    100% of 100
    Why It's Cool: Grabs and removes strawberry stem and hull easily...fun and safe for kids to use
    It's summer... and we're surrounded by wonderful strawberries! And if you have strawberries, and if you’re going to serve them over a dessert like Guilt-Free Panna Cotta or...
  7. Progressive Fruit and Vegetable Brush
    Progressive Fruit and Vegetable Brush
    Why It's Cool: Both soft and firm bristles to clean all kinds of fruits, vegetables and mushrooms
    Before you can cut, slice, chop or dice your beautiful produce, you need to wash it. I know we sound like your mother, but regardless of where you got the produce - your garden,...
  8. Norpro Last Drop Spatula / Spoon
    Norpro Last Drop Spatula / Spoon
    Rating:
    100% of 100
    Why It's Cool: Reaches into the corners of jars to get the last drop
    You know how tough it is when you’re almost at the bottom of your favorite jar of almost anything: whether it’s mustard or preserves or some other delicious...
  9. RSVP Salt Cellar with Spoon (like Alton Brown's)
    RSVP Salt Cellar with Spoon (like Alton Brown's)
    Why It's Cool: Keeps your salt in easy reach, but protected from splatters
    Party like a rock star... dispense salt like Alton Brown! You know how we feel about salt, so we’re always looking for the best way to dispense it. We have a couple of...
  10. Mastrad Food Savers
    Mastrad Food Savers
    Rating:
    80% of 100
    Why It's Cool: Preserves food well and stores nested so uses very little space
    We’ve all had the experience of using only half an onion or half a lemon and then trying to figure out what to do with the rest. In this economy, you don’t want...
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