Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Tools

In a modern farmhouse kitchen the cupboards only need to be filled with a few essential tools.  Focus on quality and you will have  everything you need to make wonderful family meals, amazing baked goods, and cupboards & freezers full of goodies.



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When filling your cupboards with tools and utensils follow a few simple rules. 1) Stay away from the latest fad items unless you really think it will help you in the kitchen (Instead of impulse buying, wait a week to see if you still need it 7 days later). 2) ONLY buy quality materials (avoid anything that will melt, rust, splinter or otherwise fall apart. 3) Don’t fill your drawers and cabinets with several of the same thing – if your keep track of your things you will only need one. 

Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Measuring Cups & Spoons

These may seem a bit pricey but they are made of heavy-duty stainless steel and will not rust, fall apart, or bend. You will buy these once and have them for life. And, the sizes are engraved so they won’t scratch off or fade. 

Two Stainless Steel Kitchen Shears

Two pairs of stainless steel kitchen shears.  One pair is perfect for cutting meats, poultry, and fish.  The second pair is perfect for fresh herbs.  Don’t miss this great deal on kitchen shears made of high-quality materials that are strong, precise, and sharp.

Clip On Silicone Strainer

This strainer is an essential in my kitchen!! Simply clip it onto most size pots, pans, and bowls for easy and safe straining. Simple to wash and made of high quality silicone. Availble in many colors but save a few dollars and buy it in black.

Wooden Utensils

Every kitchen needs a high-quality set of wooden utensils.  I like teak wood because it is strong, doesn’t splinter, is food grade, and is water resistant.  The key with wooden utensils is to wash them as soon as your are done.  They will last a lifetime and honestly, other than a few knives, these teak utensils are about all you need in your kitchen.

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