Kitchen vocabulary

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cleaver
cleaver
cutlery
cutlery
ladle
ladle
pot
pot
rolling pin
rolling pin
spatula
spatula
tea pot
tea pot
whisk
whisk
grinder
grinder
bowl
bowl
toaster
toaster
mixer
mixer
fork
fork
butcher knife
butcher knife
grater
grater
pan
pan

Kitchen exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
tea pot

2.
cutlery

3.
bowl

4.
pan

5.
whisk

Kitchen exercise

1.
rolling pin

2.
ladle

3.
grater

4.
fork

5.
pot

6.
pan

7.
butcher knife

8.
grinder

9.
cutlery

10.
toaster

11.
bowl

12.
mixer

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

Max:”What are you cooking? It smells so good.”

Wida:”I am making rendang. We will have rendang sandwich for our lunch. You have known rendang, have you?”

Max:”Sure! It is indonesian dishes. Your favorite one. Like us, mixed. Did you use this knife to cut the beef? Is this butcher knife?”

Wida:”Which one? Beside the grater?”

Max: “Yes, it is”

Wida:”No, that is cleaver. It is similar to the butcher's knife, but has a lighter and thinner blade for precision cutting.

Max:” It looks really yummy. And I see the omelette on the pan over there too.

Wida:”Yeah, can you turn it over with this spatula and then put it on the plate? I need to stir the soup on this pot using ladle.

Max:”Of course. Is there anything else i can help?(after doing what Wida asked) ”

Wida:”Oh,That’s very kind of you. Thank you. You can help me to set the table with cutlery like fork, spoon, and make tea and coffee for our drinks. Do you know where I put the grinder and tea pot to make them?

Max:”Where are they?”

Wida:”at the pantry. Please bring me rolling pin too to flatten this dough later!”

Max:”Here they are!(two minutes later)”

Wida:”Thank you, Honey!”

Max:”Pleasure is mine. Oh ya, do you still mix the dough of bread using whisk on that bowl?”

Wida:”Yes, we don’t have any mixer yet. ”

Max:”Okay. Let’s buy it tomorrow!”

Wida:”Okay.”

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