There are patterns and principles, long since tested, that can make anyone more effective in whatever kitchen space they find themselves in. This post is a collection of rules you should know as well as the best shortcuts and re-purposed items I’ve found that have made a difference in the way I’m able to effectively work in my kitchen.
These ideas, while they’ll do tremendous things for the way you feel about your kitchen today, are also something I’ve come to appreciate as an added layer to my food preparedness too. Not only does an organized kitchen make you want to cook more, (encouraging you to get better at the skills themselves) but in an extreme circumstance, it’s benefits could even include a much faster and smoother transition if relocation to a new space was necessary. There are lots of reasons to put thought into both your kitchen space as well as the tools/ ingredients you use most to find the path of “least work” for the “greatest return”. Read more