The basics: It doesn’t take too much equipment to start your cooking life. Have a cutting board and two knives, a spatula and scraper, a wooden spoon, mixing bowls, two skillets (small and large), measuring cups and spoons, kitchen shears, a colander, a small baking dish, a large pot and throw in some pot holders.
The basics: It doesn’t take too much equipment to start your cooking life. Have a cutting board and two knives, a spatula and scraper, a wooden spoon, mixing bowls, two skillets (small and large), measuring cups and spoons, kitchen shears, a colander, a small baking dish, a large pot and throw in some pot holders. Michael Tercha TNS
The basics: It doesn’t take too much equipment to start your cooking life. Have a cutting board and two knives, a spatula and scraper, a wooden spoon, mixing bowls, two skillets (small and large), measuring cups and spoons, kitchen shears, a colander, a small baking dish, a large pot and throw in some pot holders. Michael Tercha TNS

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