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Drills Are Multitasking in the Kitchen

More putzing than practical — but it’s the pandemic, so why not?

Guy using a drill to grind coffee.
Alexi Morrissey using a drill on a Japanese hand grinder to grind coffee. Photo: Melissa McCart via Vimeo

This far into the pandemic, boredom meets inspiration, and power tools are making an appearance in home kitchens. While we’re not seeing any mini-saws multitasking as sourdough bread cutters, the drill is coming into its own.




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Melissa McCart

Melissa McCart

Editor of Heated with Mark Bittman on Medium. Dog mom. Pho fan. Send me your pitches: melissamccart@gmail.com

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