The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook: Hundreds of Substitutions for Common and Uncommon Utensils, Gadgets, Tools, and Techniques

February 11, 2018

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION

A cluttered kitchen can lead to stress and frustration. On the flip side, a poorly stocked kitchen can prove just as difficult to use. Whether you have too much equipment or not enough, an ill-equipped space can waste your time and undermine the joy of cooking.

The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook is a home chef’s guide to getting more done with less. It features an A-to-Z guide of kitchen utensils, tools, and gadgets, and each item is accompanied by more common tools and easy techniques that can accomplish the same tasks. Equal parts practicality and creativity, this guide makes it easy to thin out overflowing drawers and make the most out of a few crucial tools.

Handy conversions for various sizes of baking pans and dishes are included to help any recipe turn out right. The guide even incorporates measurement charts to take the guesswork out of substitutions.

The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook is a thorough guide to establishing a lean and efficient kitchen that makes the most out of essential tools by getting rid of those single-use items that take up valuable space. It’s time for kitchen gadgets to earn their keep.

 

REVIEW

It’s time for kitchen gadgets to earn their keep!

By Piaras on February 11, 2018 (Emerald Book Reviews)

The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook is a thorough guide to establishing a lean and efficient kitchen that makes the most out of essential tools by getting rid of those single-use items that take up valuable space. It’s time for kitchen gadgets to earn their keep.

This book has to be the essential kitchen tools checklist! Cooking is easier and faster with the right knowledge and equipment. This is an invaluable guide that no household should be without.

The clue is in the title! The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook contains hundreds of substitutions for common and uncommon utensils, gadgets, tools, and techniques.

We pack a lot of life into our kitchens and a lot of stuff as well. Without proper solutions all that stuff can take over the cabinets, counters, and the fridge. Take back your space with some very clever information that no home cook should be without. It’s a well-researched and excellent reference guide. It also has clickable links throughout for easy reference. A well-deserved five stars.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jean B. MacLeod is a native of Liverpool, England and a writer of practical hints for the home and garden. An enthusiastic culinarian, she is a member of the Culinary Historians of Southern California and Slow Food USA. She lives in the Los Angeles area.

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