Kitchen 2.0 tip (South Indian Kitchen)

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Have you ever noticed how many silver vessels are used often in our kitchen? Very few will play their role in our day to day life. On top of it, some of the South Indian women where they had a chance to visit their mothers house … that’s it definitely they will get lots of thing to carry … when they are returning to the current put up.

Few weeks back I was in Madurai to attend a function. For the function almost 100 to 150 people were expected .  For any South Indian Function lots of big size silver plates need to carry New Dresses, Apple, Banana, Coconut, Grapes, Pomegranates,  Murukku, Athirasam, ladoo, jilebee, Oranges, and … The number of object you have to place in-front of the function audience differ from religion to religion … Some the women came to aunty’s house and asked for big silver plates ….

They came in to the house like a flash and with in a few minutes … they disappeared with big silver plates. I was wondering what happened … I asked my aunty,  how she could manage to get the big silver plates that fast ….. She took me to the kitchen and showed the big boxes placed over the cupboards … Evey box had a piece of paper sicked on it. The paper was a complete list of what are all the thing they placed in side the box ….

We could compare this with our web 2.0 tagging concept …. we are using tagging to find the relevant post or information by giving them some important words as tags … it not only applicable for silver vessels … the object which are going to occupy the boxes may in different size, color, value … but if we tagged it properly … it would be of a great help … when we are looking for the things in a hurry ….

The main advantages of using minimum vessels

  • If you have large number of vessel in the cooking area ,,, you feel easy to use them … but when it come to cleaning definitely it took a long time to clean them …
  • If you have large number of vessel in the cooking area … your kitchen won’t look nice and clean …
  • Definitely you will be saving the water when you use minimum number of vessels

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