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New Silicone Pastry Brushes:  Look for these easy to clean, high-temp resistant, silicone pastry brushes. They're easy to clean (they'll keep their shape in the dishwasher) and versatile.

Kitchen Turntables: Available in a variety of sizes, with or without skid proof rubber coating, these turntables make a variety of kitchen tasks extremely easy. From decorating cakes to filling a pie, from easy mixing to plating a gourmet meal - these are must!

French Rolling Pins:  Quite different from their American counterparts we find standard in most home kitchens, these solid piece, tapered pins are absolutely great for rolling dough - and the tapered design aids in making the perfect round of dough for pies and gallettes.

Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Ovens:  Look for these pans in the kitchen aisles of discount stores so you can experience their great heat retention and easy clean-up.  They're heavy, colorful and can even make a great statement left out on the counter or back of the range.

Silicone Hot Pads in Perky Colors:  Heat resistant to temps of at least 450 degrees Fahrenheit, these hot pads come in a variety of colors and are super easy to clean, are obviously great for retrieving hot pans from the oven, but they are also wonderful for providing a non-skid surface under work bowls, cutting boards, etc.


Good Ole Fashioned Aprons:  If your an "and she cooks, too!" girl, you've gotta have an apron.  If you don't already have one of these kitchen essentials (and often garden essentials around our house), once you don one, you won't be able to go back.  They make throwing together a quick meal as soon as you get home from a busy day a breeze because you won't have to worry about changing as soon as you get in the door, and when you're enjoying a leisurely weekend in the kitchen you'll look like all of the pros you're tuning into on the Food Network.

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