Love my garlic clove E-Z roller - yes, it’s a one-use item, but I still love it (bought it at Kitchen Etc. a gazillion years ago).
I’ve kept a handful of wooden-topped or hard-plastic corks that come with various liqueurs, with corks in varying sizes, because I can usually never get the original cork back in the wine bottles (especially if they’ve used the fake cork stuff). This allows my hands to grasp the cork more easily to twist it out. Similar to these:
I have extra measuring spoons, I have an egg slicer that gets used maybe 3-4x a year, garlic press; handheld can opener, zester (nutmeg and fruit), spatulas I don’t want sitting out in my canisters because I don’t use them often enough; my Tavernello heavy-duty wing corkscrew received as a gift back in the mid-1990s (because I’m a failure with a waiter’s corkscrew), 2 pizza wheels, small tasting spoons, a shrimp deveiner, the beaters to my hand mixer, my Thermapen, 3 sizes of funnels, a thin metal cake tester, and other things I can’t recall.
In another drawer, I have several bags of the rubber bands that come around asparagus and other veggies (who can I donate them to? Maybe a food pantry has a use for them?). In that same drawer are extra batteries that fit into various kitchen items (timers, my Thermapen, watch, etc.), along with baggies, foil, cling wrap, Mrs. Meyer green bags, and the instruction booklets for all of the appliances in the house.
Finally, another small drawer holds pens, Sharpies, stickie pads, coffee filters, some meds I take (along with my morning vitamins), and a sandwich press.
I’m in a galley kitchen, open on both sides to living room and dining room, so as @pilgrim said, it’s an easy dance to get to what I need.