Cook Like a Chef\\nPrepare dishes like a pro with celebrity-designed kitchen gear\\nCeramic mixing bowls, $75 per set of four, and whisk, $6, by Nigella Lawson for Nigella Home, nigellahome.com. \\"The bowls are easy to pour from and comfy to cradle when you're mixing. And the whisk feels lovely in your hand,\\" says Lawson.\\nStainless-steel Generation Faitout Pan set, $440 for five pieces (stockpot, frying pan, draining basket, steamer, lid), by Daniel Boulud Kitchen, danielbouludkitchen.com. \\"For most meals, this set is all you need. It's great for people with limited kitchen space,\\" says Boulud.\\nEspresso porcelain enamel-coated cast-iron panini grill and press, $80, by Mario Batali for The Italian Kitchen, italiankitchen.com. \\"If you preheat the grill pan and top, you can cook anything in half the time, with less oil and twice the flavor,\\" says Batali.\\nHard-anodized aluminum five-quart nonstick oval sauté pan with lid, $100, by Rachael Ray for Anolon Advanced, anolon.com. \\"The oval shape lets you put two large pots next to each other on a stove; also, the pan can go in the oven. That's important to me,\\" says Ray.\\nHeavy-gauge-aluminum round 9\\" cake pan, $20, square 8\\" cake pan, $20, and 14\\" x 17 ½\\" cookie sheet, $25, by Emeril Lagasse for Emerilware, emerilware.com. \\"Heavy-gauge aluminum produces fast, even heating and great results—a big plus for beginning bakers,\\" says Lagasse.