The 5 Must-Have Gadgets Under $25 That This Food Magazine Editor Uses In His Own Kitchen

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When it comes to the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets, there are so many to choose from -- so who better than a professional chef, like Chris Kimball, to separate the must-haves from the can-live-withouts?

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The Milk Street author has visited our show countless times, but for the very first time, we got a glimpse into his very own kitchen and the items he’s been reaching for lately.

Good Grips Hand-Held Mandoline Slicer

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You can thinly slice veggies for almost any dish -- like the Apple, Celery Root and Fennel Salad with Hazelnuts he made us -- with this must-have.

Chef's Press

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These bad boys actually stack, making the cooking of this Ginger Beef -- and other meat, fish and veggies -- *super* efficient.

See the presses in action here!

The Grate Ginger Tool

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Chris' absolute favorite part is the removable container that holds the sliced ginger so neatly.

MAKE THIS: Hoisin's Meatballs and Green Rice with Sesame

AccuSharp Knife & Tool Sharpener

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Don't be fooled by the price (less than $10!), Chris says it really works!

Watch him demonstrate how to use it in the video above.

(You'll need to chop a lot of veggies to make this Braised Chicken Thighs with Winter Vegetables!)

Rachael Ray EVOO Dispensing Bottle

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His favorite part of Rach's popular product? Since it’s opaque, it doesn’t let any light in, "which keeps the olive oil nice and fresh," says Chris.

TRY THIS: Orange and Olive Oil Upside-Down Skillet Cake

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