Organize your Utenseils

When you see your kitchen are clean and neat you will feel more happy and have more energy too cooking our trying new recipe!

Here, many ideas to or ganize your kitchen!

#Pegged Compartments

Keep your drawers organized and your kitchen utensils in place by installing wooden pegs within your deep kitchen drawers. Pegs allow you to section off parts of the drawer for certain utensils and prevent them from sliding around as the drawer opens and closes. A pegboard at the bottom of the drawer allows you to rearrange the pegs to create different compartments. Baskets and sectioned containers within the drawer are great ways to keep napkins and silverware in place.

#Drawer Knife Block

There are a variety of inserts you can add to kitchen drawers. This drawer is outfitted with a wood knife block, which keeps knives organized, visible, and safely stored. The two-level insert provides space for all sizes, from small paring knives to large butcher knives.

#Hang It Up

Keep cooking utensils within reach by adding a stainless-steel bar above the stove top. Over-the-range storage frees up space throughout the kitchen and keeps frequently used utensils easily accessible. A hanging metal ledge also provides space for small utensils, such as measuring spoons.

#Hanging in a Cabinet

Install wooden rods into a shallow cabinet to make an easy spot to hang utensils. Similar to the over-the-range option, simply use S hooks to hang utensils from the rod. This option is more hidden, yet conveniently located.

#Wall Storage

In a small space, every inch of space counts. In this kitchen, a wall-mount organization system has a cup for holding utensils and a clever paper towel dispenser.

#Inset Utensil Storage

Inset storage bins on the kitchen countertop are a quick, convenient way to store kitchen utensils. Commonly used as food storage, these small, discrete storage units are perfect for holding everyday utensils. Try filling the bin with hot water and refilling it on a daily basis to help keep utensils clean.

#Through the Glass

Large glass jars are another way to contribute to the kitchen’s style. When you store dry baking goods, like sugar or flour, in glass jars, it only seems natural to store your baking utensils right nearby. Glass jars are a simple, yet timeless storage option and help keep all of your baking supplies in one convenient location.

Kitchen Rules!

Cooking is fun, but kitchen safety is a priority. Think about it: Knives! Fire! Bacteria! Observing basic rules of kitchen safety is a good habit to develop. Always pay attention to what you’re doing in the kitchen because one slip can cause serious injury or accidents.

Your Kitchen your rules! keep kitchen clean, wash it, dry it, and throw it. Clean kitchen after cooking, is a must to keep clean and always hygiene. Don’t forget to personalize hygiene such as;

  • Wash your hand, before and after doing anything on the kitchen
  • Wash any material that will be cooked

  • Wash your hand in switching ingredients such as meat, vegetable or fruit
  • Always tie long hair

  • Never cook while wearing dangling jewelry. A bracelet can get tangled around pot handles.
  • Wearing plastic gloves

  • Do not attend kitchen when you sick even only cold, that will contaminate food
  • Pull up sleeves to avoid contaminate food to your clothes
  • Wearing clean apron (washing apron routinely)
  • Wash any appliances especially board and knife when finished use raw meat
  • Refrigerated or frozen food as soon as possible to reduce bacteria grow

  • Do not eat meals more than 3 days in refrigerator and 3 months in frozen
  • Learn about fire safety, known to use fire extinguisher

  • Ensure you have an first aid on kitchen
  • Store knives in a wooden block or in a drawer. Make sure the knives are out of the reach of children.

  • Wipe up spills immediately. Keep the floor dry so that no one slips and falls.
  • Turn pot handles away from the front of the stove. Children can’t grab them, and adults can’t bump into them if they’re out of the way.
  • Don’t let temperature-sensitive foods sit out in the kitchen. Raw meat, fish, and certain dairy products can spoil quickly, so refrigerate or freeze them right away.

Kitchen tips and trick

How to kitchen easier way


To peel a kiwi the easy way, slice the top and bottom off then wedge a spoon between the peel and flesh.


Ziplock ideas! refrigerate chilled soups, herbs, even vegetables  Ziplock bags for easy, convenient storage.


Chop big pieces of lettuce quickly and easily by zipping through them with a pizza cutter right in the salad bowl.


Cheese Freeze! Freeze soft cheese like fresh mozzarella for 15 minutes to make it easier to slice or shred


When boiling eggs, add a pinch of salt to keep the shells from cracking.


Use measuring cups  to pour out pancakes, muffins, cupcakes, to ensure they all come out the same size.


Peel ginger skin with the side of a spoon instead of a knife for less waste.


Out all chili seeds by spoon, how can easy as this!


Always boiled pasta with a minimum of 1 teaspoon salt pasta to best flavor the pasta from the inside out.

 How to maintain kitchen

There are many kitchen tips and trick to maintaining kitchen appliances starting to cleaning until how to keep it!


Fresh coffee beans as a odors for your refrigerator


To clean cast iron cookware,  scrub them with salt and a clean, dry paper towel.


Floors and windows, clean them by  mix half a cup of white vinegar and half a liter of water to clean the floors of your kitchen. Don’t forget kitchen windowpanes, which also tend to get greasy


For  smelly hands after chopping onions or garlic, just rub them on a stainless steel spoon. The steel is supposed to absorb the odor.


Always clean a sink after use it to reduce bacteria grow and also keep it clean!

Just Tips and trick, try and enjoy it, thank you :):):)

Kitchen Party Ideas!

All things about kitchen, let’s make something different, and cute when you make some party, yes! kitchen theme or party on a kitchen. There are many things, just use an imagination think creatively and make it! here ideas about what you needed when you make some party with kitchen theme! just try!

Things that you needed before you start your party:

  • Theme, This list is a good place to start collecting all the different details surrounding your particular theme, from special food, to props or decorations to purchase or rent. You can further break out all these different list items into any of the lists mentioned below for even more detail. Of course we choose kitchen party theme, all things will be look like kitchen! from invitation, gift, dresscode, decoration, and many more.

  • Budget, How much are willing to spend for your party or event? Is it a little…or is it a lot? You can approach building this list from two different angles. The first is to decide on the total amount of money you’re willing to spend for the whole event and start to divvy up your funds according to food, decorations and the like. Your second option is to start to price out the individual costs of food, decorations and rentals and come up with the total amount of money it will cost to throw your party.
  • Invitation, Whom do you want to invite to your event? This list can be more than just your list of guests. Who are the attendees, speakers, guests of honor, emcees, vendors, exhibitors, party or event helpers, and organizers? If you’re sending out invitations, you could also create a list with all the preliminary event details, such as the date, time, location, dress code, RSVP date and information, whether invitees can bring guests or not, and so on. Dont forget to make it creatively related with theme you use.

  • Gift, how much? how many? what kind of gift you will make or buy to make them remeber you made special gift for your special friend at your special day!

  • Food and drink, It’s time to eat, drink and be merry! Well, at least to list the items to do so, anyway. What items do you already have on hand and what items will you need to buy? Don’t forget to list out any recipes you’ll need to find or use when it comes to preparing refreshments. Something else to consider as you prepare your list: will you have to make a trip to one store or to many different stores?

  • Music playlist, Whether you’re DJing your own party or having a professional DJ mix tunes on the turntables, it helps to have a music playlist prepared and ready. You could make note of all the different songs you’d want to play at your event, or maybe you already have several playlists in mind you’d like to collect and play.

Kitchen Party History

The kitchen party is a pre-marital female tradition in many sub-equatorial African countries. Much like a bachelor party, it concerns the person getting married and their immediate circle of friends and colleagues. Kitchen parties are radically different from the western world’s stag nights and bachelor parties, though. Whereas the objective of a bachelor party is to “say goodbye” to being unmarried, the aim of the kitchen party is to endow the wife with all the necessary qualities and material things she needs to be a proper wife to the man she is marrying.

Kitchen parties are strictly off limits for men. While they are not held in secret, the women in charge make sure that no men stay around for the party and that none come in during it. This allows the people attending to be frank to each other about marriage, womanhood, sex and everything that the bride may have questions about. She is given a wealth of information from her peers who already have experience in the matter, and she is expected to incorporate it all to herself.

Each woman invited to the party is expected to bring a gift to aid the bride to please her husband. These gifts can range from a cookbook and advice on cooking to appliances such as a meat grinder or pots and pans. Many of these gifts will concern cooking and housework, from which the party derives its name.

During the ceremony itself, the bride is expected to sit quietly with her head covered. Older women perform music and dance around her, and she is expected to not join in but sit almost morose. This is, however, a mere facade, a function of tradition. The bride is even expected to have difficulties controlling herself, but retaining one’scomposure is considered a sign of a prepared wife.

The party lasts well into the night, with food and ample drink served regularly. The dances can indeed turn quite wild, though there are only women present. Being invited to a kitchen party is an honour, especially for a foreigner, as the traditions are revered and only close friends are asked to attend.

So, just try this incredible things! decorate your kitchen and pop your party!

Must Have Appliances on your Lovely Kitchen!

Cooking is an important thing, some people think by cooking they can get happines, satisfaction and also love, how about you?

Cooking has become more of an art than a mundane household chore. With more electronic appliances that boast of elaborate functions, a kitchen is a storehouse of luxury and beauty. Some people think, that modern appliances is a part of investment, so let’s see the list what important on your kitchen!

  • Dish Washer: Used to clean dishes and vessels. How to buy? : Look for a machine with adjustable racks and fold-down tines that can accommodate different vessel sizes. Also see how efficient it is for your needs.

  • Fridge: Used to store cooked and uncooked food to keep their freshness intact and minimise wastage. How to buy? : Buy a fridge that allows you to create space with adjustable shelves. Measure the space available at home and keep in mind the approximate space you require to easily pull open the doors.

  • Electric Chimney: Primarily used to eliminate the smoke in the kitchen that culminates while cooking. How to buy? : It comes in two styles, the baffle filters and metal grease filter. So decide which one suits your kitchen best. Choose one with minimum noise and more suction power.

  • Water Purifier: Removes impurities and germs from water making it safe to consume. Different purifiers use different processes of purification. How to buy? : Look for companies that offer a good after sales service. A purifier that is low on maintenance and high on performance would be the most suitable option.

  • Microwave Oven:  It was essentially used to heat cooked food but the newer versions can cook and bake too. How to buy? : Consider the oven size and its wattage. Buy one with variable settings and an easy user interface.
  • Food Processor: An electronic devise that is similar to a blender. It comes with multiple blades and attachments that enable you to do various things with the same machine such as grate, shred, chop, mince etc. It doesn’t require any liquid to process food, unlike regular mixers. How to buy? : Look out for the number and sizes of blades, and the material of the appliance such as plastic, porcelain or metal.

  • Rice Cooker: Used to cook rice. How to Buy? : Although it is called a rice cooker, it has several uses like steaming, making pasta, cooking quinoa and such.

  • Electric Kettle: Used to boil water in no time. How to buy? : Check for its speed of boiling, size and weight. Also, note how many cups of tea or coffee it can make at once. An energy efficient kettle, which is also easy to use, is the best.

Let’s colouring your kitchen!

From cabinets and paint to backsplashes and flooring, there are a lot of opportunities within your kitchen to add a punch of color. But how do you put together a scheme of colors that look good together? With so many colors and shade variations, it can be a challenge, but what a great challenge that is.

Choose your cabinetry finish first

One of the most popular finishes is “natural” — a clear finish that brings out the inherent color of the wood. Of course, if you decide to paint your cabinets, then that color — or mix of colors — drives the scheme.

Next, consider the countertops, backsplash, flooring, and appliances. In an open kitchen, surrounding rooms become part of the overall palette. The things you’re most likely to paint — walls, ceiling, and trim — come last. “It’s like fitting together a big puzzle,” Courtney says. “Everything has to blend and flow.”

Light Up

Natural light greatly affects the perceived color of a surface. Northern light is cool, for instance, and it’s often best to counter it with a warm color. But as the sun moves or drifts behind clouds, colors shift and change. Artificial lighting changes colors, too. That’s why it’s so important to apply samples where the colors will be used and in context with other colors and materials — which also affect perception.


If you’re looking for something trendy, paint companies introduce new palettes every year. Fashion runways, cultural movements, and hot travel destinations all influence the trends.

Not every color works well in a kitchen, cautions Jackie Jordan, director of color marketing for Sherwin-WilliamsMany cooler colors, especially certain blue-greens and grays, don’t look good with food, so use them sparingly. Same goes for intense, trendy hues. Sprinkle them around in accessories. Buy some old wooden stools for your island and paint them. “It’s a great way to make an impact with color, and it costs almost nothing,”.

Outdoor Kitchen Ideas!

An outdoor kitchen expands your living space and allows you to cook, eat and entertain without having to book a reservation. Summer is the time for backyard BBQ’s and grilling; but a well designed outdoor kitchen should allow you to enjoy cooking outside beyond the summer months. Incorporating interior kitchen ideas to your outdoor setting is a great way to add versatility, value and fun to your home. The best outdoor kitchens are as functional as an indoor kitchen, as welcoming as a living room, and as entertaining as a family room. An outdoor kitchen can be as simple as a grill, table and chairs, or as elaborate as a fully outfitted kitchen complete with built-in appliances and seating. Here some expert tips to get your outdoor kitchen planning started.

1.  Start from the ground up

Establishing the floor layout and material of your outdoor kitchen is key to building the foundation of your space. Be conscious of different weather climates that may occur as well as the overall weight of the appliances you are installing. Flooring such as tile or marble will be slick and slippery when wet and may not hold up to grease or food stains. If your outdoor space is on a deck consider re-staining or painting it to match the new renovations and ensure that the deck is in top condition.

2. Location, location, location

Where you decide to place your outdoor kitchen depends upon several factors. Firstly, you’ll want to make sure that smoke from the grill doesn’t waft back into the home. So have a good idea of the general wind pattern in your yard and orient the grill appropriately. Secondly, if you frequently entertain, and don’t want to travel a long distance from the indoor kitchen to the outside, consider placing your grill and outdoor kitchen relatively near the entrance to the inside kitchen.

3. Your appliances will determine the kitchen size

The first question a professional outdoor kitchen designer will ask is what size appliances will you need and how many. A homeowner may want utilize several cooking and refrigeration appliances, and may have specific entertaining needs in mind. Consider how all of these appliances will fit within the design plan, how much room to allow for each, and how they will work with each other.

4. Have a place to set and store

Just like your indoor kitchen, you will need places to put items on and plenty of storage. The difference is they must all be waterproof and durable to temperature changes. Countertops and cabinets are designed to provide space and keep away clutter. For a customized look, coordinate your flooring, countertops and cabinets, just like you would with your indoor kitchen.


5. Choose reliable appliances

Many outdoor kitchens include a grill (both gas or charcoal), a sink, and a small refrigerator. Some kitchens even include specialty appliances like a beer tap, smokers, hibachi grills and warming drawers. Purchase appliances that will make it through both rain and sun. Stainless steel or ceramic appliances work great for all weather conditions, are very durable, and require low maintenance.


Renew your Kitchen and Bathroom

Let’s choosing the right bathroom and kitchen colour, here is about tips to make easier when you should repainted new colour in a house!

Making the right color choices for your home can sometimes be intimidating, especially if those color choices are attached to large price tags. In the kitchen and bathroom, most color selections, from floor to ceiling, can seem very permanent (tile) and very expensive (cabinets). Here list of tips to consider when choosing a  color scheme for your kitchen or bathroom.

#Pick colors

Pick colour that you love and that you respond to emotionally. Juicy yellow in the kitchen might be invigorating for one person and crazy-making for another  or more saturated paint colors in the kitchen or bathroom. Usually there is very little empty wall space and the paint color becomes a border around the cabinets, appliances and woodwork. The right paint color can make these items pop, like the right frame for artwork.


Be prepared to be flexible and make compromises. As you go through the process of selecting all the colors and finishes, your plan will be constantly revised.

#Consider it

Choose one element to launch your color palette, but don’t buy that item until all accompanying selections have been fully researched. For example, use hand-painted tiles as an inspiration but don’t purchase them until you know you have coordinating countertops and flooring.

# Lightning

Do not underestimate lighting. Look at all your color and finish choices in daylight and in the artificial light that will be in that particular room. Soft blues and greens might look fresh in morning light, but dull in incandescent light. Color-corrected fluorescent lighting can be helpful.

#Important Things!

When choosing cabinets, consider the undertones of the wood. Some woods are warmer (like pine) or cooler (like walnut) and a stain can accentuate this even more. In addition, woods like maple can be glazed, tinted or painted for even greater variety.

Backsplashes can, well. . . make a color splash in a big way. In a kitchen, choose the countertop first and then match the backsplash. This follows our rule about selecting the least adaptable element first. There are zillions of tile choices out there, but not quite as many countertops.


Reverse the order for the bathroom. Here we go contradicting ourselves. . .but in the bathroom the tile should be selected first. That makes sense if you think about the area tile covers.

Kitchen Cleaning Tips

The kitchen is the heart and center of the home — but it gets dirty fast. (Cleaning up is the downside to cooking at home!) If neglected, aside from basic washing up and wiping down, the kitchen can get out of hand very quickly. But forget weekend cleaning marathons — you can deep-clean the kitchen from top to bottom (and keep it clean!) do daily routin to clean your kitchen, from stove, oven, refigerator, cabinet, window, anything and everything.  Here is about tips and trick to make you discipline in everyday kitchen cleaning

Tips & Trick

1. Adjust to Your Own Schedule: This method works wonders for a two-person household with a large amount of dishes and wear and tear in the kitchen. If you have eight kids, there’s a good chance this number might need to go up a little; but then again, you have eight kids, so put them to work!

Likewise, if you don’t have 20 minutes all together, break up the tasks so you can do things in parts. Maybe add 10 minutes to your morning routine and 10 minutes after your nightly meal.

2. Dishes + Sweeping + Surfaces = Given: The list below assumes that you’ll be taking care of dishes, sweeping and giving things a quick wipe down every day anyway. These basic chores being done each and every day are essential to the plan (and your sanity) below. P.S. But give yourself a break when necessary; no one will know if you don’t sweep your floor every single day.

3. Set a Timer: Everyone gets distracted easily. When you’re at home there are doorbells ringing, text messages flying, kids calling your name, work emails winging in; it’s no wonder we often feel buried under chores. Sometimes we just don’t get to them. Set a time for 5 minutes. When it goes off, set it again. If you get derailed during that time, the ding! will help bring you back and refocus.