[Tastebridge] Fw: [Noisebridge-discuss] What does the kitchen area need?

algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org
Mon Apr 11 06:09:25 UTC 2011

This may come handy, what do you think?


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Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] What does the kitchen area need?

Hi NB,

Are there any particular items lacking in the food prep area? I
recently eschewed anything in my house with silicone non-stick but
like used printers, are such items I want to get rid of actually
needed in the space? (especially silicone non-stick, not sure why
anyone would want that but perhaps that is subjective)

I checked and there were assorted pans, cutting boards and baking
pans, but that is only on a cursory look. Is there a need for anything
slightly exotic like a candy thermometer?


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