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Episode 88— March 7th, 2022

How To Use the Other Half of Your Cube

0:50
Intro and Birthday Draft Recap
6:40
Reddit question from u/jselzo
41:36
Kitchen Tier List

Andy and Anthony explore at length a question from the MTG Cube Reddit. As Cube designers, how do we think about cards with strong build-around, signaling potential when they seem like they may not be a good fit for the environment.

Discussed in this episode:

Andy and Anthony’s Kitchen Tools Tier Rankings:

Andy
Anthony
Essentials
Sharp vegetable cleaver
Large, wooden cutting board
Cast iron pan(s)
Tongs
Essentials
Knife + Storage and Sharpening
Large End-Grain Cutting Board
Cast Iron Pot, 3qt
Tools
Bowls
Towels
Vegetable Peeler
Colander
Important, Quality Matters
Stainless steel saucepan/Pot
Carbon steel wok
Oven-safe Dutch oven
Thermometer
Bench Scraper
Nice to Have
Paring knife
Measuring tools
Scissors
Multiple skillets
important, but quality is not key
Varied size stainless steel mixing bowls
Vegetable peeler
Pyrex measuring cup
Pot holders
Dish Towels
Baking sheets
Extra large stock pot
Good to Have
Grater
Sheet Pans
Multiple cutting boards
Bench scraper
More bowls
Mesh Strainers
Souse vide circulator
Big stock pot
Mortar and pestle
A lot more knives
Wok
Dutch oven
Nice to Have
Paring knife
Bread knife
Small prep bowls
Roasting pans
Kitchen shears
Scale
Measuring spoons
Classic measuring cups
Rubber spatula
Microplane/grater
Whisk
Ladle
Drying/cooling rack
Rolling pin
Ice cream scoop
Butcher’s string
Steamer
Mandolin
Food processor
Blender
Sous Vide Circulator
Second Cutting Board
Stretch Goals
Poultry Knife
Bar mat
Mallet
Citrus reamer
Funnels
Strainers
Salad spinner
Cooking chop sticks
Vacuum sealer
Immersion blender
Blender
Stand Mixer
Pasta roller
String
Steamer
Actively Avoid / Dislike
Any other knives
Microwave
Specialized whisks
Specialized strainers
Specialized spatulas
Rice paddle
Pizza stone
Pizza peel
F
Garlic Press

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