George Mosher of Andover, MA – Efficient Kitchens

George Mosher Andover MA knows from experience that you don’t need a huge kitchen with expensive equipment to cook great food. What is more important is that your kitchen is well-designed and well-equipped, even when the equipment doesn’t cost a lot of money. If you can re-design your kitchen, think in terms of easy access. Take a look at where your main appliances are located, where you store the equipment and your favorite ingredients. If you have to walk ten feet to get pepper and salt, then your kitchen is not very efficient.

The goal is to be able to move from the working counter space to the refrigerator to the stove quickly and without experiencing any obstructions on the way. The kitchen working space that consists of the counter space, sink, refrigerator, and a stove is called kitchen triangle. You should be able to create an unobstructed triangle in any kitchen, big, small, L-shaped, narrow, or U-shaped. If something is blocking the way between the elements of the triangle, move it out of the way. Even if you can’t or don’t want to re-design your kitchen, you can still arrange everything in an efficient way.

Your kitchen counter tops are supposed to be food preparation areas. If they are full of appliances such as coffee makers, toasters, coffee grinders, and electric water kettles, you should declutter them. Consider how often you use these appliances. They should stay on the counter tops if you use them every day or every other day. If you use an item once a week or so, put it away and free some space like George Mosher Andover MA would do.

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About George Mosher Andover MA

George Mosher of Andover, MA has had the opportunity to take a photography trip to Greece, and like other photographers visiting this country, learned some important steps to make the trip a successful one. Flash photography is not allowed in Greece’s ancient buildings and museums, and is completely banned in some, like the Acropolis. Photographers shooting the landscape need to beware of the haziness that often obscures Greece’s horizon due to high heat.
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