I'll start: Global Knife Set All-Clad Stainless Steel KitchenAid Artisan Mixer in Cobalt Blue Cuisanart Food Processor KitchenAid Blender I need to get a toaster and a new blender - any recommendations?
My kitchen's full of junk, but I can't live without my wusthof trident knives, le creuset 26cm cast iron round casserole and griddle plate, my bamix, microplane graters and a cheapie wooden chopping board (it's a huge slab) that my SO got me.
I wish i had a kitchenAid mixer and a magimix food processor! oh, and those gorgeous scanpan copper pots!
For now, all I can think of is the Kitchenaid stand mixer, kitchen aid 3 cup mini chopper, Cuisinart 11 cup food processor, electric mincer, griddle, steamer, waffle iron, good knifes, and some pastry tools.
I've got a KitchenAid mixer. I bought a Dualit 2-slice toaster a few months ago and I really like it. If you call around to the Williams-Sonoma outlets, you may find they have one and will ship it out to you. That's what I did and it $99 as opposed to maybe $250.
Well, I'm a foodie and married for awhile. Also, as a side business, I make cakes (though I'm just starting out and it's mostly for fun).
First, I have Analon pans and an All clad one, several pots of ALL sizes, I have a KitchenAid Artisan mixer in Grey, a Electrolux DLX 2000 mixer (a MUST for whole grain baking - ever so much better than the KA for stuff like that), an 11 cup Cuisinart food process, an old crockpot, an old electric griddle, a waffle/pizelle, sandwich maker, a fondue set (meat,chocolate and cheese parts), Global knives (3), TONS of baking dishes - ceramic,glass and tin, a salad spinner, a mezzaluna knife, a blender, an ice cream maker, an ice tea maker, a stick blender, digital food scale, food chopper (manual) and a handheld KA mixer...Other than that a drawer of spoons and spatulas and another full of baking tools... As I said, a foodie. And this is the stuff I USE!!! I do weed through it quite regularly, but when you cook every day and bake and make everything from scratch, having the right tools makes the work SO much easier.
ETA: of course, I also have a microwave, a Cuisinart Toaster oven, a cuisinart coffee maker and a cuisinart coffee grinder.
Kitchen Aid stand mixer, Kitchen Aid food processor, Kitchen Aid blender, Cuisinart toaster, Wusthof 5 stars, All Clad pans, Le cresset dutch oven.
I use it all, I am a working Chef who also cooks at home.
My "batterie de cuisine", amassed over 2 decades of cooking. When I started out over 20yrs ago, I didn't even know how to make a tuna fish sandwich. I learned from Joy of Cooking and a variety of French cookbooks.
Sabatier Lion knife block set, a few Wusthof chef's knives, chinese cleaver
KitchenAid 5-ply SS full cookware set, a chinese wok, clay pot for fish stew
KitchenAid food processors (11-cup/5-cup)
Mauviel copper stockpot
set of 3 Emil Henry burgundian oval bakers
SS mixing bowls
KitchenAid 5qt Standmixer (yellow) with pasta attachment/discs
Cuisinart IceCream maker
Solis Coffee Grinder, Krups ProAroma Coffeemaker
Zojirushi Hot Pot, Expresso maker
set of Wusthof pastry knives, rolling pins, Matfer pastry cutters, cookie cutters
loaf pans, quiche pans, brioche tins, tart pans, cake pans of varying sizes