This is a two minute talk for IELTS or TOEFL to talk about your kitchen at home.
So here goes!
I am going to talk to you about the kitchen at my home.
I think there is a kitchen in every home and every kitchen is different in terms of style and appearance.
The kitchen is the place where food is stored, prepared and cooked.
More often than not, it’s located next to or near the Dining Room where guests can be easily served.
Every kitchen needs a cook. I’ve heard it said that if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
It has also been said that too many cooks spoil the broth.
The basics of a domestic kitchen are cupboards to store food and crockery, a cooker to cook the food using either gas or electric, a work surface to work from and a sink to wash up the dirty stuff afterwards.
Then there is likely to be an oven or grill, perhaps even integrated with the cooker, a cutlery drawer, a refrigerator, a microwave and wall hooks to hang things like pots and pans, mugs and other utensils.
The refrigerator doubles up as a fridge in one section for general daily foodstuffs to be kept cool while the freezer compartment keeps foodstuffs for a longer period of time.
The cook will need an assortment of knives and a ventilation outlet.
You will also find in the kitchen a garbage bin for waste disposal, a memo board on the wall to write reminders and the daily food menu as well as a calendar.
Look out for the bread bin and a cookie jar.
You might be lucky to have space for a breakfast bar.
That’s all I have got to say about the kitchen at home.