Dorothy’s Kitchen Essentials
One day, when Dorothy Bradshaw of Vintage Senior Services was cleaning up in her kitchen, she realized that most cookbooks don’t show or explain what the basic utensils needed are. Dorothy has been teaching children (ages 5 and up) how to cook for years and is a strong believer in beginners knowing the equipment being used with cooking or baking. Here is Dorothy’s list of kitchen essentials for novice cooks:
Having the most essential cooking tools in your cupboard will make your life so much easier. Although the kitchen world comes out with sleek, trendy, and exciting kitchen gadgets all the time, that doesn’t mean you need to buy every single one to be able to cook well. In fact, the most basic tools are all you need to start cooking delicious meals. And after you’ve saved all that money on home-cooked meals, you can check out other advanced tier of kitchen tools.
With these items, you’ll be able to cook just about anything.
- Instructions on properly washings hands.
- Glass measuring cup
- Spatula (rubber & metal)
- Wooden spoons
- Metal measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Can opener
- Cutting board
-Signing off, Brown Sugar
Thank you for this list, Dorothy!
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