List of kitchen essentials for new home
List of kitchen essentials for new home
Get your first-aid kit.
When you move into your new home, it’s important to have a first-aid kit on hand. The kit should include a thermometer, tweezers, bandage, antiseptic cream and sterile gauze. It should also be stored in an easy-to-access place that is easy for everyone in the household to reach.
Kitchen essentials for new home
You’re probably going to want to buy the best kitchen essentials for your new home. You will want to make sure that you have everything you need, and that it is all in good working order. There are some things that are important when it comes to having a well-stocked kitchen, but there are also some things which aren’t quite as important if they aren’t missing or broken.
1. Baking Soda
Baking soda is a great cleaner for the kitchen and bathroom. It works wonders on dishes and counters, as well as your dishwasher. Baking soda can also be used to clean sinks, showers and tubs. If you have hard water stains on your faucets or fixtures that won’t come off with regular soap and water, try using some baking soda instead!
Baking soda is also an excellent cleaner for laundry rooms since it can cut through grease stains like no other product out there. Simply sprinkle some into a bowl filled with clothes before tossing them into the washing machine—and voila! No more stinky clothes!
2. Laundry soap
Laundry soap is a great way to clean your kitchen utensils.
It’s also a great way to clean your kitchen sink and floor.
3. Dishwasher liquid detergent
- Detergent is a great way to get rid of grease, dirt, food particles and stains.
- You can use it in your dishwasher to clean dishes.
4. Dish soap
Dish soap is a great choice for cleaning dishes and the kitchen. It’s also a great choice for cleaning the bathroom, laundry room and other areas where you might want to clean up.
5. 2 bowls & 1 set of stainless steel spoons, ladles or spatulas
- 2 Bowls & 1 set of stainless steel spoons, ladles or spatulas
Don’t use plastic or rubber spoons, metal forks with plastic handles, wooden chopsticks and glass or ceramic items. Stainless steel is the best choice because it doesn’t scratch when you use it to stir your food and clean up spills.
6. Can opener
Can opener is a must-have for every kitchen. It can be used to open cans and jars, but you can also use it to remove the lid from your water bottle or any other glass container. A can opener is a safety tool that prevents injury when opening food items in case of fire or boiling water spillage. The can opener comes in handy for quick access to sauces and spices, as well as for making homemade condiments like ketchup or barbecue sauce at home. If you have children at home then buying a good quality electric knife sharpener will make sure that they don’t cut themselves while using their knives on cutting boards!
7. Measuring cups and spoons
Measuring cups and spoons are essential for cooking. You can use them to measure ingredients, or to mix them. You can also use them for measuring water or other liquids, flour or other dry ingredients.
If you’re just starting out with cooking, especially if you have a small kitchen space available, consider investing in these items as they will save time and effort later on in your culinary career!
8. Garbage bags in a variety of sizes, and additional plastic bags for trash can liners, etc., in case all other refuse bags are full or leaky!
Garbage bags are great for storing food, but they can also be used to store other things. For example, if you’re having a party and have a lot of guests coming over and need to set up the kitchen before people arrive, you might want to put away some trash in the bathroom. Or maybe your kids have a sleepover at their friend’s house and aren’t allowed to bring anything into their room (which is kind of fun because it means no more chocolate-chip cookies).
You could also use them for storing laundry—I know we did this when our kids were little! Just toss some clothes on top of one another inside your bagged laundry room bin so you don’t get any wrinkles while doing other things throughout the day like running errands or going out with friends. You could even save yourself some money by using these same bags as small trash cans instead of buying new ones every time one wears out; just tie off securely at either end before dumping into larger receptacle instead
9. Colander, strainer, food processor and/or pasta maker if you’re making pasta (it can go in step 10)
- A pasta maker (it can go in step 10).
- A colander, strainer and/or food processor if you’re making pasta (it can go in step 10).
10. Spice rack hanging from wall with two jars of kitchen stuff on it, one for spice and one for herbs/spices you use often (pepper grinders, cumin seed grinder, garlic press)
This is a great way to organize your spices and herbs. Not only will it help keep them organized, but it’s also a great way to add flavor to food.
Spices are good for adding color and texture as well. For example, if you’re making chicken soup, add some cumin seeds or coriander seeds into the broth instead of salt & pepper (coriander is green). You can also use turmeric powder instead of yellow mustard for your mayonnaise if you prefer something different!
11. Your favorites spices are pepper, chili powder, cinnamon stick, coriander seed, curry powder and fennel seed (add these to food as needed)
A few of your favorite spices are pepper, chili powder, cinnamon stick, coriander seed and curry powder. These can be added to food as needed.
12. Additions to your spice rack are smoked or hot paprika or cayenne pepper, ginger root (such as grated), cardamom pods or seeds (add to food as needed)
Additions to your spice rack are smoked or hot paprika or cayenne pepper, ginger root (such as grated), cardamom pods or seeds (add to food as needed).
You can add spices to food in a friendly tone.
- “Is there anything else you’d like me to do with this?”
- “I’ll be right back.”