A common set of tweezers can have uses beyond the bathroom. Many people know to use them to remove pin-bones from fish, but they can also be used for other precise kitchen tasks, like removing bits of eggshell from a bowl of cracked eggs.
Photo by Mel Rowling.
Over at The Kitchn, Emma Christensen notes that she uses long tweezers to remove bits of food that may fly out of a frying pan and under a burner before it has time to incinerate or burn into the cooktop. Are tweezers a mainstay in your kitchen? Share your tips in the comments below.
Surprisingly Handy: Tweezers in the Kitchen [The Kitchn]