Reddit Reddit reviews KitchenAid Classic Tool and Gadget Set, 17-pc, Black

We found 5 Reddit comments about KitchenAid Classic Tool and Gadget Set, 17-pc, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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KitchenAid Classic Tool and Gadget Set, 17-pc, Black
17-PIECE SET: This KitchenAid 17-Piece Tools and Gadget set includes a slotted turner, basting spoon, nylon tongs, flat grater, euro peeler, can opener, utility whisky, set of 4 measuring cups and set of 5 measuring spoonsULTIAMTE KITCHEN STARTER SET: This tool and gadget set is the ultimate starter set for any new kitchen, college student, or aspiring chefHEAT-RESISTANT: All tools are heat resistant up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit and are safe to use on all cookware including non-stickSTURDY AND DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Each piece in this gadget set is constructed from sturdy, durable plastic and stainless steel components; ensuring great performanceDISHWASHER SAFE: All tools are dishwasher safe. The can opener should be hand washed and hand dried. This gadget set comes with a 1-year hassle free replacement and lifetime limited warranty
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5 Reddit comments about KitchenAid Classic Tool and Gadget Set, 17-pc, Black:

u/xaffinityx · 13 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Shoes - $59.95

Mugs -$20.98

Kitchen Gadgets -$40.81

Knives -$28.24

Skillet Set -$63.99

Cell phone case -$10.99

Shelf -$33.53

Paper towel holder -$17.99

Scrub Top -$17.17

Socks -$5.00

Turkey stickers -$1.75

All adds up to $300.00!

u/demoux · 4 pointsr/Frugal

You'll need:

  • A saucepan (at least 2.5 quarts)

  • A frying pan/skillet - nonstick is fine, but you'll want to get one that is conventional at some point, too.

  • Knives. Do not cheap out on knives. A good quality knife, properly cared for, will last you years. It will also glide through anything you cut, making your cooking experience better. You really only need three knives: A chef's knife (or maybe santoku), a pairing knife, and a bread knife. Sharpen them, hand-wash them, put them away dry. Wusthof and Henckels are high-end stuff. Kitchen Aid knives are alright. You want forged knives, not stamped.

  • Flatwear - Whatever's on sale at Target, really.

  • Corellewear plates - high quality, take up little space. You can also get whatever set of stonewear is at Goodwill, depending on what you're looking to do.

  • Pretty much everything in this picture
    • Tongs, slotted spoon, regular spoon, spatula (both the kind you flip burgers with and the one you mix stuff with), whisk, measuring cups, measuring spoons, and so forth. You don't have to get that set, it's just a point of reference.

  • Can opener.

  • Corkscrew/bottle opener

    That's what I can think of at the moment, but it should be a good start.

    Don't cheap out on knives!
u/mrsjksnowwis · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I don't have the paperwhite, just the kindle.. regardless I wanted to nominate /u/Smile_for_the_Camera to win something, because she deserves it.

The kindle would be great as my husband and I are taking a roadtrip next month.

if you're moving in to a new place, I cannot stress the need for kitchen stuffs I'm kind of a kitchen crazy. haha.

Also, I've been in your position, kind of. He didn't live in the UK, just across the country. And after buying be a plane ticket to come look at houses 2mo after my most recent visit, he disappeared on me. A real prince charming, haha. It was just the universe looking out for me.

I am so sorry about your pup. Letting them go over the rainbow bridge is never easy. Hopefully this will make you smile! I'm teaching her a new trick.

u/snowfey · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think cooking utensils are really basic, and always necessary. That set there has almost everything you'll need, minus a few small things. :)

u/LittlestMermaid · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is such a sweet contest :D

Kitchen supplies because us recent college grads that never had/needed this stuff need to be able to cook food somehow, haha.