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My Kitchen Equipment

My kitchen is a fairly ordinary one. I still don’t have a dishwasher and rely on two sinks. I keep meat and dairy separately and also have a small veggie section – a board, couple of knives and spoons, a large soup pan and mixing bowl, bread tins and a few tartlet dishes plus some freezer containers.

I don’t possess a bread maker and have no desire for one – probably because gluten free bread mixes are so liquid and can be done in a mixer or by hand. However, I do have a large kitchen mixer that I keep parve as well as a milky hand mixer.

I also possess a food processor invaluable for grating and slicing, a liquidiser and 3 cheap hand blitzers – meat, dairy and veggie.

I have a hob and an oven, a microwave, which I do use to cook in.

There is also an ancient parve deep fat fryer - old fashioned chips (french fries) and fish and latkes! Of course, I have all the normal pots and pans.

For baking, I always line my baking tins as I find it easier but do like the silicone pans which one can colour code

I have been know to buy gadgets but usually these end up in the back of a cupboard/draw until I wonder why I bought them in the first place.