Chefs share their go-to kitchen gad­gets


Chattanooga Times Free Press - - FRONT PAGE - BY ANNE P. BRALY COR­RE­SPON­DENT

Chefs work crazy hours, well into the night af­ter many of us have gone to bed. So when it comes to some R&R, you might think they’d want to be pam­pered and leave the cook­ing to some­one else. In some in­stances, that’s the case. But there are many who love cook­ing too much to stop sim­ply be­cause they’re on va­ca­tion.

How­ever, have you ex­pe­ri­enced the cook­ing uten­sils of­fered in many rental prop­er­ties that fea­ture kitchens? Most of­ten they’re out­casts from their own­ers — dull knives and thin, warped fry­ing pans with scratched fin­ishes. You have the pic­ture.

So when chefs go on va­ca­tion, they take parts of their kitchens with them. Here’s a look at some of the items Chat­tanooga-area chefs can’t do with­out when they hit the road for a lit­tle re­lax­ation. Email Anne Braly at abraly@times­freep­

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