KITCHEN & DINING IN NIGERIA
Kitchenware are the items, utensils, appliances, dishes, and cookware used in food preparation, or the serving of food. Food can also be held or stored in kitchenware before or after it is prepared.
Kitchenware is very useful for keeping the kitchen clean and organized. Some of this tools could assist the cook in chopping, slicing, and mincing raw foods precisely. There is special cooking equipment created for this purpose, and it is also designed to be mess-free.
Using the right cooking tools guarantees that the dishes you're preparing have the perfect flavour. It's important to remember that different dishes have varied flavours. It will be easier to measure the ingredients needed if you use the proper equipment. Few examples includes Can opener, Chopping board, Corkscrew, Cutlery, Dinnerware, Eggbeater, Electric mixer, Fork, Frying pan, Garlic press, Grater, Glassware, Grill pan, Kitchen scissors, Knives, Measuring cups and spoons, Mixing bowls, Pressure cooker, Peeler, Pepper mill, Plates, Rolling pin, Saucepan, Serving spoon, Spatula, Spoon, Strainer, Timer, Tomato slicer, Tongs, Tray, Whisk and Wooden spoon.
History of Kitchenware
Around 3600 BCE, the Bronze Age began, when wealthy households in the Middle East and Mediterranean regions abandoned stone and wood equipment in favour of bronze cookware (And also copper). The Bronze Age was followed by the Iron Age, which saw more complex kinds of metallurgy generate more helpful equipment for food preparation, according to the archaeological record.
But it wasn't until the 8th century BCE that things really started to get interesting, with the rise of the Roman Empire. Meat hooks, meat mincers, spatulas, colanders/strainers, and ladles, all of which were frequently made of iron, as well as pots and kettles made of bronze and terracotta, were popularized by the Romans.
Other metals gained popularity as a result of discontent with copper utensils, which interacted with acidic foods. Kitchen utensils were regularly manufactured of iron and steel, nickel, silver, tin, and aluminium before the turn of the twentieth century.
Available Kitchenware for sale in Nigeria on Jiji
6-piece ivory white porcelain china ceramic cream white dinner plates by Malacasa, original German pressure pots, Safe and long-lasting high-quality aluminium cookware with a superior non-stick coating and strong grip insulated handles granite exterior with a high-quality glass lid, Say no to rusting with this three-layer plate rack, Quality custom metal double wall stem golden color wine glass in the market, stainless steel wine goblet, For both inside and outdoor use, the same color quality set of four coolers in four different sizes is available.
The food grain storage container is available in a variety of vibrant color to suit your own preferences. The volume is 12 litres. It has a clear lid so you can see what's within. It has an airtight lid that keeps your food fresh and bug-free.
How do you maintain kitchenware?
As they say, the kitchen is the heart of the home, because it is here that we prepare one of the most important things in the universe – FOOD!
As a result, it is necessary to take excellent care of the kitchen and its components. This is why we're talking about tools for the kitchen - their care, preservation, and upkeep, as well as everything in between!
One of the most essential non-stick cookware guidelines is that metal utensils should never be used on the surface since they can harm the coating. Use only wooden or plastic utensils to avoid scratching the surface.
Brown/blue staining on the outsides and insides of pots and pans can result from overheating. Use a burner with a smaller diameter than the pan or pot.