This is dedicated especially to the person setting up their new kitchen.
I personally have in mind that new grad who needs to know the 10 Kitchen Tools Every Basic Kitchen Needs to Have.
The 10 Kitchen Tools Every Basic Kitchen Needs to Have
I am that person with the college graduate who is about to embark on their own.
By ’embarking on their own’ I mean getting their first apartment (or home). Many of these ‘first timers’ have never lived on their own before.
Many of these ‘first timers’ moving into their own apartment or home have never had their own kitchen before.
In my case, my kids have always used my kitchen items. They probably have never had to think about what those items are or how essential those items are to any kitchen. I am sure if it were up to my young adults, their kitchen would be stocked with one place setting, an ice cream scoop, and a bottle opener.
It really is up to us to help someone heading out on their own come up with the essentials that they will need for their kitchen.
The list for The 10 Kitchen Tools Every Basic Kitchen Needs to Have
Mostly because someone on their own will be making soup from a can. A ladle is an essential item for soup.
2. Slotted Spoon
A slotted spoon will help keep extra liquids and fats out of whatever they are making for dinner.
3. Large Serving Spoon
We would all hate to see them serving food with a teaspoon right?
4. Rubber Spatula
We would hope that a rubber spatula would be used for something other than scraping out the remnants of a peanut butter jar. A rubber spatula really is the best thing to use to do this in any case.
5. Metal Spatula
A metal spatula is essential for flipping those burgers and grilled cheese sandwich.
I am a huge advocate for eating breakfast. Whisking up some eggs for breakfast is a fine option for breakfast.
7. Locking Tong
Locking tongs are great for those barbecues as well as flipping bacon right?
8. Chef’s Knife
For those moments when they need to slice something and a butter knife will just not do.
9. Kitchen Shears
Some folks will use their basic scissors to cut the food they will serve if they do not have a kitchen shear.
10. Serrated Knife
Serrated knives make it so much easier, and safer, to slice bagels, muffins and bread.
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