What do you consider the bare minimum equipment for your kitchen: the cookware & cutlery?

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Cook ware for the kitchen is very important and it takes good quality collection to make a good kitchen. There are so many things that are expected to be found in a kitchen. They range from knives, chopping boards, pans kettle, mixing bowls, cups, plates, the list is endless. Each time you are cooking in the kitchen have a note book and note down what utensil you don't have and the next time you go shopping check on your list, then buy one item at a time until your kitchen is stocked enough
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chef's knife saute pan stock pot (just something large enough to boil things in) veggie peeler (you can get a lot more uses out of them than you think) whisk heat proof spatula wooden
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Each unit has a complete, full kitchen with a full size stove and full size refrigerator (these are not kitchenettes). Pots, pans, dishes, flatware, coffee pot, toaster and microwave
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A full complement of plates, dishes, utensils and cooking tools. Full-size refrigerator-freezer, electric stove and oven, microwave, coffee maker and grinder, toaster and teapot.
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Not to worry! We need only a stove, an oven, and a microwave. We bring all the pots, pans, utensils, and other kitchen equipment and remove everything at the end of the cooking
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