1. Planning the Interior
First of all let's settle with the kitchen furniture and it's proper layout — with the kitchen interior
I am going to let the cat out of the bag now (however, probably someone already has a vague idea). The feeling of tiredness after preparation of a dinner party for, let's say, 10 persons is 70% cased by nonoptimal kitchen interior.
How do we usually get away with the kitchen interior?
Just so, we group the furniture around pre-installed kitchen stove and the sink.
And what do we get?
That's right, lots of absolutely unpractical movements and motions over the kitchen. An then, finally we find ourselves utterly exhausted, sitting on the kitchen stool, thinking about our damned varix and trying to recall the name of the anti-edema cream seen in the latest TV trailer.
How to avoid this kitchen tiredness? We will find out next time
Contents of 1. Planning the Interior:
Now, let's split the dish preparation sequence into components.
Fortunately, we wouldn't get many.
Everyone, even a beginner cook knows, that those would be: ingredients washing/peeling (vegetables, meat, poultry, fish), cutting, thermal treatment and […]
Next step is to determine if you are left- or right-handed
And that is why: for right-handed persons it is more natural to move from left to right — the working hand goes first. Indeed, the way we write is the same. For left-handed the opposite is true.
Let’s move on
The oven (or stove) is directly bordered with the cutting table. Here our space is limited. On the left we have the cutting zone, over the stove — ventilation, on the right – the serving area.
Conclusion: You will have to find a place […]