It’s that time of the year, the holiday season, where families and friends are getting together to enjoy delicious meals and exchange gifts. But if you’re the one hosting your holiday get-together, you probably know just how stressful it can be prepping your house for your holiday guests.
This is particularly important in the kitchen where you will surely be spending a fair amount of your time preparing your holiday meals. So to help ease your workload this holiday season, Power Pressure Cooker XL reviews steps you can take to prep your kitchen for the Holidays.
Clear out the fridge/freezer: The first major step to your holiday kitchen prep should be to declutter your refrigerator and freezer of old food so that you have enough room to store your holiday meal ingredients and the subsequent leftovers. Not only will this clear up room for the holidays, but it will also rid you of any expired or unwanted items. This is also a good time to give your fridge and freezer a good scrub down while it’s empty or semi-empty before filling it back up.
Clean oven & dishwasher: You’re likely going to be using your oven and dishwasher a lot during the holiday season, so why not give them a nice wash beforehand so that you’re not mounting onto the pre-existing mess. This is also a good way to prevent any unexpected oven fires and make sure your dishwasher is running correctly before taking on many large loads during the holidays.
Take inventory: Go through the cabinets and drawers of your kitchen and take inventory of all your food, spices, cookware and utensils. Do you have the ingredients you need to make your favorite holiday dishes? Are your pots and pans holding up well enough to withstand the amount of cooking you’re going to do? Will you have enough utensils for all of your holiday guests? There’s only one way to answer these questions and that’s by taking thorough inventory of your kitchen items.
Stock up on basics: There are also several non-food items that you’ll want to make sure you have on hand during the holiday season. These include garbage bags, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, containers for leftovers, dish soap, dishwasher detergent, batteries, coffee filters, paper towels, and napkins.
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