Modern kitchen gadgets are incredible: some are a wonder of engineering while others are capable of making elaborate tasks look easy as pie.
That being said, kitchen tools can cost a pretty penny, especially if you want high-quality equipment that will last.
Instead of spending a fortune, check out these four low-cost kitchen gadgets, none are over $90 and some are even under $50. The best part is they may be ordered online so no special trip to the cooking store is required.
First up is the Angurella, a simple tool that is part-tongs, part-watermelon slicer. It makes cutting watermelon into equal slices a breeze.
For chilling wine you may want to bypass the ice bucket, which can be quite messy, and use this special caraffe that keeps your whites and rosés cool for up to 90 minutes.
Do you love kabobs? Forget firing the grill. Just make them in the microwave with this compact kabob maker that costs less than $50.
If homemade cheese is your thing don't miss out on this nifty cheese maker that's less than $30.
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