In this episode host, Allison Schaaf, shares tips and lessons learned for setting up a temporary kitchen during renovations or home repairs. She just underwent a kitchen renovation and wishes she had done these two things differently!
Two things I wish I had done:
For our recent renovations, we set up shelves in our dining room with bowls, plates, silverware, some cooking utensils, a knife and cutting board and some pantry items.
In terms of cooking, I used a plug-in griddle for anything I would normally cook in a pan on the stovetop. My rice cooker also came in handy! An Instant Pot and slow cooker also work well without kitchen access.
Having a good sink was also a challenge. We have a utility sink we set up as a dishwashing station with a table next to it. Thinking through all of the things you’ll be missing and establishing a temporary kitchen setup is really helpful during a renovation!
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10 Freezer Meal Prep Hacks: https://prepdish.com/meal-planning/freezer-meal-prep-hacks/
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3 Ways I Use My Rice Cooker: https://prepdish.com/podcast-show-notes/what-can-you-cook-in-a-rice-cooker-3-ways-to-use-your-rice-cooker-l-ep129/