|Re: Kitchens, Etc.||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: RowenaHC (RowenaHCcs.com)|
|Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2000 16:06:22 -0600 (MDT)|
At CambridgeCoho we bought very little in the way of equiment. Donated items included a couple of Cuisinarts - the small one gets used more than the large one. We have a couple of Asian families who provide rice cookers when we need a lot of rice - just average cheapo ones seem to work just fine. People donated their large casseroles and soup pots, salad spinners, colanders and everything else you can think of! We are a large group and have fed as many as 68 (although 35-45) is more common without buying a lot of expensive equipment. I suggest you take what gets donated and buy a few good large baking/cooking pots and pans and see how it works out. The most used items are large stainless steel baking pans about 12 by 18 and 3-4 inches deep.
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