1. Winco FST-6 Fish Spatula ($6)
Sturdy but flexible, "a fish spatula is the only spatula you need." It's designed to flip a fillet without breaking it, but it also excels at stirring, cutting, and draining off oil or other liquids. Buy it at Amazon.
2. Mora 9151P Fillet Knife ($22)
You need a curved and somewhat flexible blade to fillet a fish properly. Made in Sweden, this one "has a little flex and holds a good edge, but most importantly will stand up to incredibly hard use." Buy it at Mora Knives.
3. Emile Henry Fish Steamer ($100)
Cooking fish is easy with this French ceramic steamer. Just drizzle fillets or whole fish with olive oil and lemon and, "for a little dinner theater," carry the dish straight from the oven to the table. Buy it at Amazon.
4. RSVP Endurance Seafood Scissors ($7)
"The clear winner" among seafood scissors, this pair "snips through tough lobster claws and delicate shrimp shells with ease, leaving the meat within pristine and ready for plucking." Buy it at Amazon.
5. PaperChef Culinary Parchment Cooking Bags ($13 for 30)
These handy bags eliminate the fuss of wrapping fish securely in parchment paper when you're cooking fish en papillote. The paper also looks better on a plate than a packet of foil. "Simply fill and fold — it's as easy as stuffing a lunch sack." Buy it at Amazon.
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