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Kitchen Supplies 101--A Brief Description Of Supplies For The Kitchen
by: Brian Amaral

Webenterprisecorp Has a New Store:

While shopping at your favorite department store, walking down that aisle of kitchen gadgets and equipment. Do you ever feel overwhelm? I don’t know about you, but I get excited when I am surrounded by appliances, cookware, cutlery and what not. But wait a second…what does some of these appliances do? What’s worth having on my counter top, a coffee maker or toaster oven? Cooking with non-stick pans or cast iron? Let’s take a moment and go over some kitchen supplies.

Coffee Makers:

• Great looking coffee maker that makes 12 cups of coffee with a built in water filter

• It is electric using 1025 watts of electricity.

• It comes without a grinder but with a pause and serve function, warming surface, timer and cord storage.

• Programmable

• Highly convenient and easy to use.

Deep Fryers:

Modern fryers feature a basket to raise food clear of the oil when cooking is finished. Fryers often come with features such as timers with an audible alarm, automatic devices to raise and lower the basket into the oil, measures to prevent food crumbs from becoming over cooked, ventilation systems to reduce frying odors, oil filters to extend the usable life of the oil, and mechanical or electronic temperature controls. Deep Fryers are used for cooking many fast foods, and make them crispy.


A mixer is a kitchen appliance intended for mixing, folding, beating, and whipping food ingredients. Mixers come in two major variations, hand mixers and stand mixers. A hand mixer, as the name implies, is a hand-held mixing device. It typically consists of a handle mounted over a large enclosure containing the motor, which drives one or two beaters. The beaters are immersed in the food to be.

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