Moving Hoise

Recently I have just moved house to a beautiful beach townhouse in the beautiful suburb of Scarborough. The house is absolutely fantastic, prpviding us with everything we need.. except for one little problem… The kitchen is small.

In saying that however that very much reflects this website “Big World (Epic Beach House), Small Kitchen (check)

What we have noticed however in having a small kitchen is that you become more efficient, more economical and you have to put more thought into the process. An example you ask… sure

So normally as you are whipping and cooking up a storm you would have dirty dishes here, this n the cook there, clean dishes somewhere else, rubbish here and so on and so forth.

However when you have a small kitchen you are then faced with not having the freedom/luxury of ‘having it all’. Dishes need to be cleaned and put aside, rubbish needs to be straight into bins, smaller pots and pans have to be used and so on.

The thing is though, once you get into the hang of it, it actually works into your favour. You are left with a kitchen that is being cooked, cleaned, tidied, etc all at once.

In time, we will be in habit and used to the smaller kitchen, however until then we will complain a little bit, but it will not be for long.

Looking after your kitchen

So what is the 1st step in owning/using a kitchen? That’s right… looking after it.
Without looking after your kitchen, you may as well not have one. A kitchen is a place where food is prepared to be eaten by yourself or others, and therefore having it as an environment that is unhealthy to possess food in makes it nearly pointless.

Looking after your kitchen in a way that is at least mediocre to call hygienically suitable is therefore the first step in owning a kitchen. How do you look after it? Well you make sure that everything is working, including appliances, doors/cupboards, and any other amenities within. Without everything fully functioning you are wasting the space and not having a kitchen that is fully operational.

You keep it clean, either from your own elbow grease or from professional cleaners. Professional cleaners, although cost some money, get the job done so very well that your eyes will sparkle. We have seen many dirty and grimy kitchens in our life and the sight and smell is foul. How could you possibly ever bake something in an oven when it is built up with mold, grime and more!!! It is not hard to get an oven cleaning serviceman (here is one here for you)….

Lastly looking after your kitchen means having everything organised and accessible, so that when you need or want something it is right there for you to use, and you know exactly where it is. It will have you and your kitchen perform better.

The kitchen is often considered a place of boredem, but look after it and it will come alive.

 

Big World…Small Kitchen

Big world…small kitchen is a¬†website where Kitchens are priority.

It is a massive world out there in which we live in. It is however kitchens that prepare us the food in which we eat to survive. We welcome you and invite you to stay with us as we take you on a kitchen adventure.