These are the Cool Tools that you actually use during the cooking process; that means they have to be easy to use, handy to pick up, and work well without thinking about it, because your focus should be on the food--these Cool Tools take a supporting role.

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  1. Charles Viancin Value Set of Lids
    Charles Viancin Value Set of Lids
    Why It's Cool: Use instead of plastic wrap for a better seal and greener kitchen...and it's oven safe...and now at an outstanding price!
    We all love Charles Viancin silicone lids: they’re beautiful, they’re useful, they’re effective, and they’re wonderful to own and to give as gifts. In addition, they’re...
    As low as $40.00
  2. Charles Viancin Silicone Trivet / Pot Holder
    Charles Viancin Silicone Trivet / Pot Holder
    Why It's Cool: Soft, flexible multi-tasker: trivet, pot holder and jar opener
    When is a pot holder not merely a pot holder? And how could a pot holder be a Cool Tool? When it’s also a trivet, a bottle opener, and a lovely silicone piece designed by...
    As low as $7.99
  3. Trudeau Dripless Oil Spout
    Trudeau Dripless Oil Spout
    Why It's Cool: Truly dripless pouring from any bottle.
    We all buy - or receive - bottles of olive oil or vinegar that we store for another day … they come either corked or with a screwtop that has to be removed and/or replaced every...
    As low as $11.99
  4. GEFU Primeline (Fish, etc.) Turner
    GEFU Primeline (Fish, etc.) Turner
    Why It's Cool: At last: the perfect turner! The silicone edge makes it usable in non-stick pans, while the flexibility of the fish turner design makes it easy to slide under your food.
    The ‘basic’ turner - or ‘spatula’ - presents several issues, especially if you use non-stick or coated pans. Many have single-piece blades, either rigid or semi-rigid,...
  5. i Genietti Telescoping Silicone Brush from IPAC
    i Genietti Telescoping Silicone Brush from IPAC
    Why It's Cool: You can reach new heights (or depths) with this telescoping silicone brush.
    Silicone brushes are something we can’t do without--we use them to spread oil in a pan so that we use less, to spread melted butter on a hot griddle to make blinis or pancakes...
  6. fusionbrands GoHook
    fusionbrands GoHook
    Why It's Cool: Hooks on to anything...holds everything!
    Ever wish you had a third hand? … Something close to you that you can use to hold onto something you need on a moment’s notice. Maybe it’s a dish towel in the kitchen, or a...
    As low as $6.99
  7. 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
  8. OXO Silicone Flexible Omelet Turner
    OXO Silicone Flexible Omelet Turner
    Why It's Cool: Widest, thinnest edge; perfect for turning an omelet or crepe
    The saying goes: You can never be too thin or too rich. In the case of turners, our view is that you can never be too thin or too wide. We’ve spent literally years looking for a...
  9. Camerons Tortilla Warmer
    Camerons Tortilla Warmer
    Why It's Cool: Warms tortillas in the microwave in 45 seconds...keeps them warm and soft for an hour
    With the recent rush away from glutens, we have been looking for appetizing alternatives to wrap our food for easy eating.  We love a nice warm corn tortilla; our favorite...
  10. Charles Viancin Violet Overboil Ring
    Charles Viancin Watermelon Overboil Ring
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    Why It's Cool: Stops water from boiling over...and looks good doing it
    Each year we go to the International Housewares Show in Chicago. It’s a total kid-in-a candy-store experience where all the vendors show off their latest and greatest hot new...
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