15 Powerful Habits to Master for Success in Kitchen

October 27, 2021


The first step to being successful in the kitchen is to recognize these habits of yours. 

These are the habits that will make you a better cook, better baker, and better baker.

In fact, they’re probably the most important habits to master for any professional. If you don’t learn them, you’ll end up with bad habits that will ruin your career.

If you look around on the internet, you’ll find lots of people describing their kitchen habits. And most of these people are saying the same thing: “I always do it this way”. This is because they all want to be a chef, and they want to be good at it because they want to be a chef and that’s the only way they’ll ever be able to eat well. But the problem is nobody actually knows what they are.

The good news is that I’ve found a very shortlist of the most important kitchen habits that I would recommend to any chef. You will probably be surprised to find out that most of the habits are common sense, they don’t need to be taught, and they are just there for you.

1. Wash your utensils and pots after use.

A few weeks ago I was cleaning out my kitchen and I noticed that my food preparation utensils were all dirty and I knew why. I was about to throw them away but I decided to give them a good wash anyway and to take a really good look at them. I took a closer look and realized that most of the dirty utensils were the ones that I’d tossed out because they were dirty.

The next day I brought this up to my husband and he agreed that it was a good idea. It will really help keep that dirty stuff from clogging up the sink, and if you get a lot of dirty stuff in the kitchen, it might be easier for you to clean up the mess.


One person that really likes this habit is the very famous chef, Julia Child. She has a kitchen full of dirty pots and pans and I think that's what makes her so successful. It's easy to forget that a kitchen is a place for cooking, which is why so many people feel like they have to spend time cleaning up after themselves. When I first started cooking, I was so frustrated with the messy kitchen that I spent hours and hours just trying to get it to look clean.

I know all that, but I have to admit that I've been working on my kitchen since the day I was born. I'm not a very messy person, but it's because I have a very messy kitchen. In fact, I spend less than 5 minutes cleaning my kitchen every day. If I take any of the first three steps out of my kitchen, I'm good to go.

One of the most successful things we do in our kitchen is to use a spray bottle to wash everything we put in the bowl.

In fact, I think it's one of the most effective things we do in our kitchen. A bottle of spray cleans up really really well, and I'm not talking about the kind of spray you get from a regular toothpaste tube. I'm talking about a spray that you put on your counter or table or sink and just spray on everything.

The first step is to learn to rinse. We’ve all been caught doing this before, and some of us have even been told “no.” So if you’re a natural Rins, you can probably be a little more careful and a little less lazy about your cleanup. The second step is to learn to rinse. You’ve got to learn to rinse all the time. I mean really all the time.

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