By definition the kitchen is a room used for food preparation that is typically equipped with a stove, a sink for cleaning food and dishwashing, and cabinets and refrigerators for storing food and equipment.
Kitchens have been around:
Kitchens have been around for centuries, however, it was not until post-civil war period that the majority of kitchen appliances were invented. The reason was that most people no longer had servants and housewives working alone in the kitchen needed culinary help.
Also the advent of electricity greatly advanced the technology of labor saving kitchen appliances.
1. Apple Parer:
On February 14, 1803, the apple parer was patented by Moses Coates.
In 1922, Stephen Poplawski invented the blender.
The cheese-slicer is a Norwegian invention.
Corkscrew inventors were inspired by a tool called the bulletscrew or gun worm, a device that extracted stuck bullets from rifles.
Carl Sontheimer invented the Cuisinart food processor.
# Eating Utensils
The history of forks, sporks, knifes, and spoons.
# Green Garbage Bags
The familiar green plastic garbage bag (made from polyethylene) was invented by Harry Wasylyk in 1950.
# Electric Kettle:
Arthur Leslie Large invented the electric kettle in 1922. General Electric introduced the electric kettle with an automatic cut-out in 1930.The nineteenth-century created numerous kitchen use inventions: toasters, potato mashers, apple/potato peelers, food choppers and sausage stuffers were all invented. Over 185 patents for coffee grinders and over 500 patents for apple/potato peelers were patented in the 1800s.
Early peelers were made:
Early peelers were made of iron and the patent number and other information was included in the casting. Peelers ranged from the familiar and simple round swiveling rod with a knife blade that peeled skin, to contraptions full of gears and wheels that could peel, core, slice and section. There were separate peelers designed for different fruits and vegetables; there were even peelers that removed the kernels from ears of corn.