Home Cooking


Here at this section of the site, I'm primarily focused on cooking with the many types of kitchen cookware that the average household will have and the cook of the house will use on a regular basis.

So this article post is really a primer looking at cooking in general and at a variety of items that you'd find in many kitchens and how they're used.

I could easily get hung up on talking about the many types of cooking equipment, but I want to space things out so it doesn't all come out at once in a single mammoth article. So you can expect me to drip feed you some useful cookery hints and tips as well as ideas that you can take forward in your own kitchen that might help you to be more organized as well as disciplined in your approach to the way you cook

That might sound a little strict and exacting, but trust me, you'll find it much more pleasant working to a more defined routine and getting things done more effectively while working more efficiently when you prepare and cook your meals.

Why Should You Be Disciplined?

You should expect a disciplined strategy to be successful when preparing and cooking food because it helps by cutting out wasteful mistakes and saves you time and stress. Actually, there are several huge problems with being overly general. I'm not alone in that opinion which would be happening right about now. I'd love to hear your thoughts in comments.

Being slapdash and disorderly in the kitchen simply leads to you being rushed because you spent so much time fixing mistakes. And when you're rushed, you get stressed and make more mistakes! It can lead to being a pretty chaotic time!

Look After Your Equipment

Here's another great tip. Always take time to look after your kitchen equipment and that includes everything from electric appliances to pots and pans, knives and serving utensils as well as plates, bowls, chopping boards and anything else you use on a regular basis.

When you keep all your stuff clean and maintain it in good condition, it will reward you with excellent service for along time to come. A part of that tip will obviously include making sure you build up your itinerary of equipment with the best quality items you can afford to buy because good gear will last for many years and even a lifetime in the case of top quality cookware.

I'll be looking at lots of individual types of cook ware in future articles in more depth. See the titles below.

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