When you eventually start stocking a kitchen, it’s hard to know where to spend your money. Is it copper pots? Japanese ceramic knives? That very shiny, very expensive KitchenAid stand mixer? The answer is: yes. Here’s why.
To know what you should spend your money on, first you need to know what your spend your time doing. Take us seriously and do this: make a note of what you touch in your kitchen in one day. Then do it for a week. Did you cook at all? Have an inkling to bake? Or did you touch your coffee pot 137 times? Not all investments are appropriate for all people. Focus your money on what you use most.