I have always enjoyed cooking.
My stove is working out every day, my recipes are in hundreds of volumes, I have so many pots, plates and kitchen gadgets that I spin in and out of the storage room.
However, enthusiasm comes at a price: when I undid my apron, a mess somehow surpassed every flat surface.
I'm not sure I can tell you exactly when the mess will reach the critical mass, but I know this is what's happening to the best of us.
These ideas are tailored to the chaotic people.
What advice do you have on keeping the kitchen clean?
8 kitchen facilities you really want you to have 1. Block the view.
If you can't avoid making a mess while cooking, you can at least protect it from guests. A two-
Tier island or peninsula, with the back above the front, screens garbage from the seat opposite the chef.
The height of the island is higher than some, so if the owner adds some bar stools that are not too high, it will be difficult for guests to see a hint of confusion. 2.
Built in a trash can.
I'm a little sick about putting a trash can in my kitchen (
Yes, I know people do it all the time).
So my stay in the garage, I collect garbage and food scraps in a small grocery bag, and when I finish cooking, I put them outside.
I accept that this is not the most effective or attractive solution.
But bins like this, built in cabinets, can change my mind.
There is a place to clean up the garbage and compost as you go, an important part of keeping the counter clean and built in
In the bin Ken sure looks better than the plastic bag I hid from Target. 3.
Choose an extra onelarge sink.
As cooking goes on, there are more and more dirty dishes.
An oversized sink can surround them and keep them below sight. Apron-
The bowl model works very well.
You can even choose a separate stainless steel restaurant if you like industrial stylestyle sink.
How to choose the sink material 4.
Built in the ready sink.
If you have space in your kitchen, try a dedicated prep sink and place eggshells, vegetable skins, and more outside the main cooking area. 5.
Add a lot of baskets.
Pots and boxes don't always come back to their proper home right away when I cook.
Throwing things into a row of baskets helps keep the kitchen tidy.
These are all in a full storage room, but you can use the same strategy in the open counter space or in the built in space
Similarly, there is a shallow basket near the work area that prevents the staple food from moving around the kitchen. 6.
Shop utensils for Crocks.
Crocks not only keep the wooden spoons, pliers and spatula neat, but also keep the tools handy so they can be easily caught when you need them. 7.
Double on the dishwasher.
Plenty of dishwasher space means you can eat dirty dishes while (
Or, if you're like me, try to remember to do it).
In a pinch, when you cook a big meal, you can also keep a cooler full of hot water near the sink.
Modular and flexible dishwasher drawers work well near the main sink or ready sink. 8.
Slip on a portable Island
As in my case, messy chefs often lack enough counter space to spread.
A small island on casters can extend the work area very effectively.
Why haven't I tried it yet?