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10 Ridiculous Kitchen Tools You Don't Need (Slideshow)

10 Ridiculous Kitchen Tools You Don't Need (Slideshow)


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Pizza Scissors

This tool marries the two relatively simple tasks of slicing a pizza and removing said slices.

BBQ Sauce Brush

When the loathsome task of brushing barbecue sauce and having readied sauce is too much, you can pour the sauce directly into this all-in-one tool.

Egg Cuber

Because the natural shape of an egg sometimes not enough, here is a tool that shapes your egg into a perfect cube.

Onion Chopper

There are tools that remove some of the work from even the most rudimentary of kitchen practices. This onion chopper will keep your eyes dry by slicing your onion for you.

Banana Slicer

Today's world is a busy one...but is it so busy that we need to shave off the 30 seconds that it takes to slice a banana? If the answer is yes, this tool will help you chop your banana into perfect slices.

PB&J Spatula

There's nothing worse than getting your peanut butter and jelly mixed up on the same spoon. Well, maybe there are a few things that are worse. This two-sided, color-coded spatula eliminates this dilemma once and for all.

Herb Scissors

These herb scissors have the singular function of cutting fresh herbs for use in the kitchen.

Steak Branding Iron

Have you ever bitten into a delicious steak and thought to yourself, this experience would be significantly improved if my name was branded onto this steak? Well in the event that this thought has crossed your mind, there is now a way to do just that.

Snap-on Can Strainer

This ultra-specific kitchen tool snaps on to your canned food items and allows you to strain out the liquid without removing the remaining ingredients from the can.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.


25 Vintage Kitchen Tools You Don't See Anymore

You don't often see antique items like these in kitchens these days.

These antique cooking and baking gadgets give new meaning to the phrase "just like Grandma used to make."

Do not fear this scary-looking antique kitchen tool. It's actually meant for cutting delicate cakes like Angel food.

In Grandma's kitchen, everything had its rightful place.

Decorative breadboxes were all the rage in Grandma's day.

Because it was very important that butter be beautiful, these molds came in all kinds of designs.

This was a farmhouse must-have for making jam and tomato sauce.

It was all about presentation in the good ol' days. Case in point: This cute condiment serving tray from the '60s with glass bowls and ladles.

If Grandpa liked his eggs poached, Grandma surely had one of these pretty pans.

The old-fashioned way to make everything from baby food and applesauce to mashed potatoes and pureed soups.

The clever design allowed for cool water to fill the area on the saucer around the glass bowl&mdasheffectively keeping butter chilled but still soft enough to spread.



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