Whether you’re looking for kitchen spoons, paddles, or whisks, we have all the cooking utensils you need to cook your food.
Stock up on all the proper serving utensils to portion out everything from soup and salad to pie and ice cream.
Food Preparation Tools
Find all the food preparation tools necessary to tenderize meat, separate eggs, juice citrus fruits, grate cheese, and complete other kitchen tasks.
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Ensure you’re adding precise amounts of each ingredient by assessing them with these measuring cups and spoons.
Food Transfer Supplies
Easily scoop, funnel, and dip your ingredients by using food transfer supplies to sort and relocate anything from vinegar to candy.
Monitor the temperature of your refrigerator, grill, dishwasher, or oven with our commercial kitchen thermometers.
Slicers, Peelers, and Mashers
Quickly complete prep work on anything from bagels to potatoes by using slicers, peelers, and mashers.
Baskets and Skimmers
Use baskets and skimmers to evenly apply breading, remove foods from a fryer, or even blanch vegetables in your commercial kitchen.
Garnishing and Presentation Tools
From drizzling sauces to forming rice into tidy shapes, you can find all the garnishing and presentation tools needed for a sophisticated presentation.
Allergen Safe / Color-Coded Kitchen Tools
Maintain an allergen-safe environment by using color-coded kitchen tools such as cutting boards, knives, and pizza pans to prevent cross-contamination.
If your restaurant has kebabs on the menu, you’ll need stainless steel or wooden / bamboo skewers to assemble and grill your meats and vegetables.
- Baking / Icing Spatulas
- Chafing Dishes
- Cribs and Crib Accessories
- Chafer Griddles and Chafing Stands
- Infusion Beverage Dispensers
- Insulated Soup Carriers
- Corkscrews and Wine Bottle Openers
- Pan Extenders
- Beverage Dispenser Hand Washing Stations
- Coffee and Beverage Labeling
- Quiche / Tart Pans and Molds
- Hotel Room Alarm Clocks / Radios
- Coffee Urns
- Bar Utensils
- Hotel Room Ironing and Laundry Supplies
- Rolling Pins and Pastry Accessories
Kitchen hand tools like our commercial skimmers and strainers are great for retrieving appetizers from the fryer or draining pasta. Our metal skewers help you make tasty kebabs. And our measuring cups and spoons help you achieve consistent results for all your recipes. For more restaurant smallwares, check out our sauce and stock pots,chef supplies, and kitchen cutlery. If you're wondering where to buy kitchen hand tools, we have a large selection of kitchen hand tools for sale at the lowest prices.
A Basic Guide to Food Presentation
If you own a foodservice business, you know that food plating and presentation are central to keeping guests happy as they experience your restaurant. However, plating is often overlooked by chefs who are either too busy or more concerned with the taste of their dishes. People eat with their eyes, and creative and thoughtful plating enhances both the look and taste of your food. Focusing on presentation also allows chefs to showcase their creations and demonstrate to guests that they're getting their money's worth. While there aren't any hard and fast rules when it comes to "correct" plating, there are several important concepts to keep in mind as you prepare and present your restaurant's delicious culinary creations. Things to Remember Before You Begin Plating Food Before you begin preparing your dish, you should consider the kind of cuisine you're serving. Are you making a hearty steak dinner, or are you preparing a delicate side dish or appetizer? You can't start building your plate until all of your flavors are finalized, so it's wise to have your ingredients prepared before you begin the actual plating process. Additionally, you'll want to consider portion sizes before you begin plating. To do so, focus on balancing your protein, carbohydrate, and vegetable to create a nutritionally balanced meal. Ultimately, carefully placed ingredients create art, but presentation should never overshadow taste. Guidelines for Plating Food For tips and tricks on how to create a beautiful plate, consider the steps below: 1. Choose the Perfect Plate Selecting the right plate for your meal is key to attractive food presentation. Here are some things to keep in mind: Choose the right plate. One way to conceptualize plating is to think of yourself as an artist, the plate as your canvas, and the food as your medium. Choose the right size plate. Choose your plate wisely by making sure it's big enough to allow your food to stand out, but small enough that your portions don't look too
Different Types of Thermometers
No kitchen is complete without one essential little piece of equipment: a thermometer. You need a thermometer to test temperatures when you are making candy , baking bread, grilling meat, or even just storing food in your refrigerator. But are all thermometers the same? And how can you choose the best one for your kitchen? Here are some of the answers for you.
Use Kitchen Hand Tools for Preparation Tasks in Your Commercial Kitchen
If you own a bar, bakery, diner, or restaurant, we have the kitchen tools you need for day-to-day tasks. Use our ladles, tongs, pie servers, and other serving utensils to dish out exact portions. We also have wooden spoons, ladles, and whips for mixing and stirring ingredients. Read more
Use egg rings to make perfectly shaped eggs in your diner, or make in-house sauce for your barbecue pit with our food mills. You can prepare meats with our commercial meat tenderizers, steak weights, thermometers, and marinade injectors. When you’re finished cooking, use kitchen hand tools like our graters, garnishing tools, and plating tools to add the finishing touches to your dishes.
Our kitchen tools aid in completing precise tasks, like making funnel cake and getting the right amount of breading on your chicken. Funnel cake pitchers and breading baskets make it easy to prepare these fried favorites. Also, kitchen hand tools like allergen-safe cutting boards, knives, and thermometers can protect guests from cross-contamination of ingredients that may be harmful to them, such as wheat gluten.