Kitchen Shears (Set of 3)
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Sure, kitchen shears are aces at snipping fresh herbs and cutting through pesky packaging, but we lean on ‘em for so much more: prepping poultry, slicing pizza, trimming pie crust, breaking up bunches of grapes… Good thing this set comes with not one, but three trusty pairs (in different shades so you can keep track of which scissors are tackling what!). The stainless-steel blades will handle all your everyday prep work, easy—and when they’re through, they’ll zip through the dishwasher, too.
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