5 Ergonomic Tools That Make Cooking Easier
Feel more confident when you’re prepping, cooking, and eating. This gear is specifically designed with comfort, efficiency, and safety in mind—helping you stay strong, steady, and in control.
The flowing design of the Sfrido (Italian for “scrap”) peeler is both beautiful and functional, allowing for a natural, comfortable grip. Made from dishwasher-safe, mirror-polished stainless steel, it’s just as practical as it is stylish.
Alessi Peeler Sfrido, $40, amazon.com
An Easier Grind
Instead of the twisting action required from most pepper mills and handheld grinders, this tool uses a back-and-forth ratchet motion that’s easier to manage, especially when you need a sizable mound of pepper. Available in black, white, red, and green.
Kuhn Rikon Ratchet Grinder, $20, amazon.com
Vanilla is currently more expensive than silver.
Dish up even the hardest ice cream with ease: This scoop’s design gives you better leverage and a more secure grip. Plus, the feet on the bottom keep the bowl of the spoon up and off the counter—no smudges left behind.
Tovolo Tilt Up Ice Cream Scoop, $12, williams-sonoma.com
A Bowl for Cupping
Slide one thumb through the handle and cup this bowl comfortably in your hands. Perfect for sippable soups, hot cocoa, lattes, or smoothie bowls. Available in white, black, dark purple, gray, light blue, and dark blue.
Buddha Cupping Bowl, $30, uncommongoods.com
The offset blade of this serrated knife keeps your knuckles in the clear, while the ergonomic design reduces strain. Great for bread, fruit, or meat carving, it’s made by the company that specializes in ergonomic knives.
Pro Series 9-Inch Serrated Bread Knife, $72, amazon.com