Capture the Everyday: My Three Kitchen Tools I Couldn’t Live Without

Ok, so I probably could live without these three items if say… I had a personal chef or never had to cook again. But until that day I am glad I have a well equipped kitchen.
1. My Slow Cooker (AKA The Crock Pot). I received it as a wedding gift and sadly I was probably most excited about it out of all the things we registered for. I typically use it about twice a week, sometimes more. It makes cook so effortless.

2. My can opener. My old roommate had a can opener like this, it cuts the entire lid off and leaves no sharp edges. Most people don’t know how to use it but I actually have 2 of them.

3. My mini cheese grater. I have a large cheese grader which only use when the little one is dirty. I prefer to grate my own cheese, first because it’s cheaper to buy a block of cheese and secondly because I think it just tastes better.

I’m interested to see what Joe’s Must-Have Kitchen Items would be. If I were to take a guess I’m pretty sure they would all center around coffee. 

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  1. I love my slow cooker too but I really wish I used it more often. We're about once a week or once every two weeks.

    We had a manual can opener for the longest and finally got fed up and bought an electric one!

  2. I don't own a slow cooker. I should get one, everyone says they're awesome. I do love your small grater though, I have one too!

  3. I'm with Melissa. I love slow cooking. I just don't do it enough (enough though I have tons of slow cooker cookbooks).

    I have an OXO safety grip can opener that I love!

  4. I am a slow cooker fanatic!! LOVE IT! Now this can opener…where did you get it? We have a long stream of awful can openers that I can barely use and so tired of!

  5. I am all about the hand can opener. We switched from electric.

  6. Ooh I love all of these. And, I agree about the shredding your own cheese. I think it tastes way better.

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