5 Things Only Food Snobs Have in Their Kitchens

A few things food snobs can’t live without
5 Things Only Food Snobs Have in Their Kitchens

No judgment from us, because you know we secretly stash pink Himalayan sea salt in our desk drawers.

Selection of Salts. Not only do food snobs have to have the perfect salt every occasion (dahling, you must finish your steak with just a touch of fleur de sel), they also have to-go bags of said salts to bring to restaurants.

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Truffle Anything. Truffles are expensive — really expensive. So your favorite food snobs will be sure to utilize truffle oil, salt, or butter at every opportunity.


Selection of Bitters. Instead of pulling a beer from the fridge when someone comes over, food snobs will whip up a craft cocktail, served in the proper glass, of course.

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Stinky Cheese. Cheese is just about the greatest food on earth. When you get to the point that a cheese is too stinky to handle, it’s just a waste of cheese.

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Complete Set of All-Clad. A true food snob will buy a 27-piece set of beautiful, stainless steel All-Clad cookware even though they can only comfortably fit four pans in their Manhattan-size apartment.

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Julie Ruggirello is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal and would be lying if she said she didn’t have four out of these five items in her kitchen right now. Follow her on Twitter @TDMRecipeEditor.

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