Some Things = Quality of Life

As I set up house-keeping, here’s some things I can not do without in my kitchen.
A Pyrex two cup measure. A pitcher or jug, a juicer. The blender is perfect without taking up a lot of room. Biggest success with it early on has been pureeing leek and potato soup. Heck, I might  even call it vichysoisse. Also crushes ice for iced coffees. Takes up very little room and looks kind of cool to boot! Whistling kettle gets really loud, what I don’t like is having to reach across to turn the element off…from my wheelchair. Melita, drip makes the coffee I like as long as its KickAss Dark Roast. Toaster Oven mades a great tuna melt, though I think I’ll keep making Ruben’s in the pan. Sad day when I retired mum’s measuring cup, but igt was no0t meant for the dishwasher. The new one is and will last. Having a dishwasher (not pictured) has made a huge difference to my qaulity of life because I can keep dirty dishes in it without cluttering my tiny counter.

Major find for under $10.00, an Oster Blender in mint condition.

Major find for under $10.00, an Oster Blender in mint condition.

Lemons, Manual juicer, pitcher, tall clear glass.

Lemons, manual juicer, pitcher, tall clear glass.

 

 

Essential, essential, gone back to the basics. Whistling kettle and Melita Drip.

Essential, essential, gone back to the basics. Whistling kettle and Melita Drip.

Toaster Oven, not in as good nick as blender but extends my range and makes perfect toast!

Toaster Oven, not in as good nick as blender but extends my range and makes perfect toast!

Finally replaced the one my mother used for fifty years and handed down to me.

Finally replaced the one my mother used for fifty years and handed down to me.

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