So you want to get economical in your own kitchen? You came to the right place.

Through creating this blog and cooking week after week, I have used a lot of products – some good and some bad. On this page you will find a handful of my favorite tools and resources that I am using to stay healthy, simple and economical in my own kitchen. Hopefully you will find these resources useful as well. As always, if you have any questions about any of the them, shoot me a quick note [economicalchef@gmail.com]!

Disclosure:  Please note that most if not all of the economical links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.  I want to ensure you that I have experience with nearly all of these products, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, and that I think you will find them helpful and useful as well.  Shop at your own discretion – and be economical!

Economical Kitchen Essentials:

  • T-fal Pan:

T-fal is low cost and reliable, a good resource for any new chefs out there

 

  • T-fal Pan Bundle:

Save with the bundle..

 

  • Wok:

Stir frys are an economical chef’s best friend

 

  • Spatula:

A spatula that can flip and cut, nice

 

  • Spoon:

Uh, nothing to be said here, just a spoon

 

  • Wooden Turner:

For turning things

 

  • Wooden Spoon Set:

We’re bundling more than comcast

 

  • French Press:

For when you have time on the weekends

 

Kitchen Appliances:

  • Panini Press:

The hinged press is key

 

  • Toaster:

Never burn toast again

 

  • Coffee Maker:

This coffee maker acts like a pour over

 

  • Kitchen Aid Mixer:

A kitchen staple

 

  • Blender:

Great for smoothies

 

  • Crock Pot:

The laziest way to cook great food

 

Good Reads:

  • For all you Man Vs Food fans out there:

  • A great underdog story about the rise of my favorite brewery:

  • A good coffee table book from Questlove:

  • I am not a fan of paying for Italian, so just learn to cook at it at home:

  • An Anthony Bourdain classic that I should read soon myself:

 

For your own blog:

    • Bluehost:

Bluehost is an awesome and affordable resource for creating a website. I have had a great time starting this blog, and recommend anyone on the fence to go for it. I get a nice payment to help fund my blog if you do use this link… so it’s much appreciated if you do!

 

Need suggestions for other kitchen necessities? Reach out – economicalchef@gmail.com