Cook like a Chef at Home with These 9 Restaurant Tools
Maybe it's because we binge-watched one too many Chef's Table episodes or read Kitchen Confidential: The thought of working in a professional kitchen—even just for a day—crosses our minds at least once a week
But if a 14-hour shift (and the cuts and burns that come with being a line cook) isn't your idea of a leisurely workday, thankfully, you can still bring home some of the tools pros swear by to make it through a dinner service of your own. Here are nine restaurant tools you can bring into your own kitchen that will have you cooking—or at least, pretending to cook—like a real top chef.
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