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  • The Top 20 Kitchen Tools

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    Your kitchen is one of the most used rooms in your house, as it should be. Having an accessible, organized and functional kitchen makes prepping, cooking and entertaining so much easier, and having the right set of tools and utensils will make all the difference. Here are the top 20 kitchen utensils that will make cooking in the kitchen a little easier.

    Progressive Magnetic Measuring Spoons, $8

    Unlike spoons on a ring, these stacking utensils separate easily, so you don't have to dirty the entire set if you need to use just one. The narrow ends fit into spice jars; the flat bottoms rest steady on a counter.
    To buy:

    Zyliss Smart-Touch Salad Spinner, $30

    A few pushes on the pop-up pump lets you dry greens effortlessly. When you're done, the lever folds flat for storage. Or just stow it full of washed greens in the refrigerator: The interior basket keeps lettuce fresh for days.
    To buy:

    Lamsonsharp Chef's Slotted Turner, $22 to $35

    Designed for flipping fish, this spatula's beveled edges also glide under delicate eggs and cookies. The high-carbon/stainless-steel construction makes the tool sturdy enough to turn a half-pound burger or chop.
    To buy:

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