All You Need to Know About Kitchen

Do you have any idea what a splash-back is? Do you know the difference between a grill and an oven? Can you tell me what a hob is? You may think you have already known all you need to know about kitchen, but there is a big chance you don’t.
There are times when you know what you’re talking about or pointing on, but you don’t know its name. And there are times when you’ve heard of a name a lot, but you have no clue what it actually is.


The picture below shows all you need to know about kitchen.

all you need to know about kitchen


Use this table to find what you want to know about kitchen. Use this search box to find anything specifically.

breakfast barsmall table for breakfast in the kitchen.
cooker hoodAn electrical kitchen device fitted over a cooker and connected to a flue designed to suck off any vapours from cooking.
dishclotha cloth for washing dishes.
dishtowel(British English 'tea towel', 'tea cloth') a small towel used for drying cups, plates, knives, etc. after they have been washed.
dishwashera machine for washing plates, cups, etc.
doora piece of wood, glass, etc. that is opened and closed.
drainboardthe area next to a kitchen sink where cups, plates, etc. are put for the water to run off, after they have been washed.
drawera part of a piece of furniture such as a desk, used for keeping things in. It is shaped like a box and has a handle on the front for pulling it out.
fridgea piece of electrical equipment in which food is kept cold so that it stays fresh.
gas ringa round piece of metal with holes in it on the top of a gas cooker/stove, where the gas is lit to produce the flame for cooking.
grillthe part of a cooker that directs heat downwards to cook food that is placed underneath it.
kettlea container with a lid, handle and a spout, used for boiling water.
kitchen paperthick paper on a roll, used for cleaning up liquid, food, etc.
kitchen unitsa piece of furniture with doors, drawers and/or shelves, that is used for storing or showing things.
knife blockA block of wood (or other material) having slits in which kitchen knives may be stored safely.
oventhe part of a cooker/stove shaped like a box with a door on the front, in which food is cooked or heated.
oven glovea glove made of thick material, used for holding hot dishes from an oven.
shelfa flat board, made of wood, metal, glass, etc., fixed to the wall or forming part of a cupboard, for things to be placed on.
sinka large open container in a kitchen that has taps/faucets to supply water and that you use for washing dishes in.
stoola seat with legs but with nothing to support your back or arms.
tapa device for controlling the flow of water from a pipe into a sink.
worktop(North American English 'counter', 'countertop') a flat surface in a kitchen for preparing food on.


After knowing all about the kitchen above, there are some items very closely related to the kitchen, called kitchen utensil.

all about kitchen utensils

kitchen utensil

So, I hope that by reading this – examining that picture especially – helped you to figure out all you need to know about kitchen.

1 Comment

  • All You Need to Know About A House – i-deaHOUSE January 29, 2018 at 5:17 pm

    […] conventional modern houses in Western cultures will contain one or more bedrooms and bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living room. A house may have a separate dining room, or the eating area may be integrated […]


Leave a Comment