• Cookie cutter

    A cookie cutter in American English and biscuit cutter in Commonwealth English is a tool to cut out cookie/biscuit dough in a particular shape. They are often used for seasonal occasions when well-known decorative shapes are desired, or for large batches of cookies where simplicity and uniformity are required. Cookie cutters have also been used for, among other uses, cutting and shaping tea sandwiches.

  • Crab Cracker

    A crab cracker (also known as a lobster cracker or crab claw cracker) is a specialized food utensil, similar in construction (and sometimes appearance) to certain types of nutcrackers, used to crack the hard shells of crabs and lobsters by pulling the two handles together to access the flesh inside, while preparing or eating them.

  • Crab Fork

    A Crab fork (similar, and sometimes synonymous with a shrimp fork) is a very small fork for extracting flesh from a crab or lobster. Crab forks may be special-purpose food utensils decorated or constructed specifically for crabs and lobsters, or may simply be very small forks sold or used for the purpose.

  • Cutting Board

    A cutting board or chopping board is a durable board used to place material on for cutting. Most common is the kitchen cutting board for use in preparing food

  • Double Boiler

    A double boiler, also known as a bain Marie, is a stove top apparatus used to cook delicate sauces such as beurre blanc, to melt chocolate without burning or seizing, or cook any other thick liquid or porridge that would normally burn if not stirred constantly.

  • Dough Blender

    A dough mixer is an appliance used for household or industrial purposes. It is used for kneading large quantities of dough. It is electrical, having timers and various controls to suit the user's needs.

  • Drum Seive

    A wide, round, low-walled type of kitchen Sieve used to strain liquids or to sift and strain dry ingredients, such as flour, powdered sugar and nuts. This utensil typically has a round, shallow, ring frame with an attached mesh bottom. The mesh may be made from cheesecloth, nylon or steel.

  • Egg Beater

    A hand-held kitchen utensil with rotating blades for beating, whipping, or mixing.

  • Fillet Knife

    Fillet knives are like very flexible boning knives that are used to fillet and prepare fish. They have blades about 15 cm to 28 cm (6 to 11 inches) long, allowing them to move easily along the backbone and under the skin of fish.

  • Fork

    The utensil (usually metal) is used to lift food to the mouth or to hold food in place while cooking or cutting it. Food can be lifted either by spearing it on the tines, or by holding it on top of the tines, which are often curved slightly.