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Cookware and Baking
The Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer and Pasta Roller Attachments are some of our most used items. The pasta roller and cutter set makes rolling pasta super easy! If you already have a Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer, click the pasta roller photo below to find the attachments!
Le Creuset is our go-to brand for cookware. Although they are a bit of an investment, they last forever! We have had the set we use daily for over 10 years and it still looks brand new. The 5-qt Braiser is perfect for stove top cooking. We use the different sizes of round dutch ovens (4.5 qt round, 7.25 qt round) and oval dutch ovens (5 qt oval, 9.25 qt oval) for everything from soups and stews, sauces, pasta, and even bread baking!
One kitchen tool we cannot live without is the Immersion Blender. We use this all the time to smooth out our pasta sauces, soups, dressings, and marinades.
The ” target=”_blank”>KitchenAid Handmixer is also a must have for times when you don’t need to bring out your Stand Mixer. We use it for macarons, dalgona coffee, or to achieve a nice creamy mash potato.
We have tried many many many garlic presses, and this Rösle by far is our absolute favorite! It works great on mincing ginger and shallots as well.
Sous Vide Cooking
We love Sous Vide cooking, and many of our recipes, especially thick cut meats are cooked this way. We’ve tried a couple brands and the Anova is by far our favorite.
Food Storage and Travel Essentials
Many of our recipes make enough servings to have leftovers for lunch, or to freeze if you don’t have the time to make a fresh batch. These Rubbermaid storage containers are all we need for storing food.
Camera and Equipment
For our food photos, I use a Nikon D750 DSLR Full Frame Camera. The main lens I use in the majority of my shots is the 24-70mm Nikkor, but a close second when I really want to capture details in the 105mm micro-Nikkor lens. These are both very expensive lenses, but I used the 50mm “nifty fifty” Nikkor for a long time and loved the images is produced! It is a greater fairly inexpensive lens that can be used for a variety of shots.