How To Make the Max of Your Mini Kitchen

By: Diy maven Apr 13, 2012

created at: 04/09/2012

Just because you have a petite kitchen doesn't mean you can't have big culinary skills. Take for example Deb from The Smitten Kitchen. She's done some impressive cooking/baking in her 80 square foot NYC apartment's kitchen. To put her space in perspective, her oven is 3/4 size and she only has six cabinets and one built-in counter top. Her limited space doesn't hold her back, however. She once baked a wedding cake in her little kitchen and mini oven. (Click here to see it; it was gorgeous.) So how does Deb do all this culinary magic in such a small space? Here are her tips that get it done:

  1. Get an island or custom-built extra counter
  2. Don't actually keep anything on [the counters]
  3. You probably don't need half the things in your kitchen (figure out what that is and get rid of it)
  4. Learn to cook neatly (like a line cook)
  5. It can totally be done (with a little extra planning, a tiny kitchen doesn't have to hold you back)

For a detailed explanations of Deb's tips, visit The Smitten Kitchen. On the forthcoming page you'll also find Deb's list of five items that have also helped her max out her tiny kitchen.

 

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Maximum women’s favorite place is kitchen and their hobby is cooking that’s they are much more time spent in kitchen for cooking some variety types of testy dishes. Women’s are properly managed their mini kitchen’s, but working ladies are not handle it better than without working persons. Actually kitchen very beautiful place because different types of sweet smells are always coming out of kitchens.

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Don't actually keep anything on [the counters] - I agree with this one! This way, you can easily prepare things/ingredients when you want to cake or cook delicious food.

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