One of the first things you need to think about when you are looking for small kitchen appliances is how much space you have and where they will go in your kitchen. Some appliances will `live` on worktops all of the time. Classic examples of this are kettles and toasters. Others may be stored in a cupboard until you need to use them after which they go back in the cupboard again. Both the cupboard and surface space you have available will thus have a bearing on the appliance that you buy.
If you have a lot of kitchen gadgets try to check if they are still working and sort them out. Dispose all kitchen appliances that are no longer functioning, so they won't take up more space on your countertop. Make sure to keep kitchen appliance cords organized by winding them up. You can also use rubber bands and wire twist ties to tidily gather appliance cords. It's also efficient to use cord clips specially designed for the flexible binding or tying up objects.
For centuries, kitchens have been present in each and every household, whether big or small. Servants used to do most of the kitchen work in the past, especially in the homes of affluent families. However, housewives ended up doing most of the culinary tasks in the kitchen after the civil war period since most people don't have servants anymore. And because of this, majority of the kitchen appliance were invented to help in carrying out the job at a lesser time and with greater ease.
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