DXVContemporary Kitchen, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Stock pot. A great big pot is a must for boiling pasta, making stock and soups and handling big-batch dishes like chili. Look for a heavy stainless steel pot with a tight-fitting lid and stay-cool handles, in a 12-quart size or larger. This is a worthy splurge: A high-quality pot makes it harder to burn the bottom of that batch of tomato sauce!
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Minimalist: 1. Stock pot.2. Saucepan. 3. A wooden spoon (or two or three)4. Skillet. 5. Dutch oven6. Mixing bowls 7. Colander. 8. Cutting board.9. Baking sheet. 10. Baking dish. 11. Measuring cups and spoons. 12. Whisk.13. Chef’s knife. 14. Serrated knife. 15. Paring knife.16. Honing steel.17. Kitchen scissors. 18. Vegetable peeler. 19. Grater. 20. Ladle.21. Spatula22. Tongs