1.Victorinox Fibrox 8-inch chef’s knife. Perfect for big cooking jobs. $35.95

2. Victorinox Swiss Classic 4-inch paring knife. Designed for small tasks such as coring vegetables. $8.80

3. Lodge 12-inch cast iron skillet. Over time, it develops a patina as nonstick as any Teflon coating. $27

4. Lodge 6-quart enameled cast iron pot. In the oven, or on the stove, this pot lasts forever. $64

5. Crock Pot 6-quart programmable slow cooker. The best balance of size, functionality and cost. $49

6. Pyrex baking dishes. They heat consistently, minimize sticking, don’t warp and hold up to lots of wear. $17.50.

7. Wilton silicone spatula. Good heat resistance and won't warp around the edges. $8.70 for a set of three

8. OXO stainless steel ladle. They'll never melt, and there are no BPA concerns from heated plastic. $9.99

9. A pair of bamboo cutting boards. Easy to clean and maintain and resist scarring. Have two: one for meats and another for non-meats to save you from contamination issues. $14

— U.S. News & World Report

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