5 Must-Have Appliances

by Bienek Properties of Sonoma 06/10/2019


The kitchen truly is the heart of most homes, and when it comes to choosing the best appliances to have in your kitchen, you must consider every item within the broader context of your eating lifestyle. But all things being equal, the following is a list of must-have kitchen appliances that every kitchen should have.

  • High-Speed Blender. Blenders are particularly good investments if you are a family tilted to soups or smoothies. There’s nothing as needful as the ability to turn vegetables into delicious broth or crushing fruits into healthy smoothies for the kids. Blenders are also great for whipping up homemade mayonnaise in your style.
  • Slow Cookers. Slow cookers are perfect for days when you want to come home after a long day at work and meet a well-cooked, piping hot meal waiting for you on your arrival. Simply throw in all the ingredients and condiments for your soup before you leave in the morning, set the programmer and walk away. You will return a well-cooked meal on your return at night. It’s almost like having your personal chef.
  • Espresso Machine. This coffee device is definitely on the list of appliances that every kitchen should have. An espresso machine will save you some money spent on coffee shops by delivering high-quality coffee to you at home. More so, if you are very particular about your coffee beans and flavors, then having your own espresso machine is a good investment.
  • Toaster Oven. If you have some extra space available on your countertop, then having a taster over is something that you should consider. Some baked edibles may be too large for your regular toaster, which is where your toaster oven comes in handy. It can even bake cakes and pizzas in a short time without giving off as much heat as a regular oven.
  • Food Processor. A food processor is a vital appliance for running all sorts of kitchen tasks. From blending to chopping and slicing, the food processor is almost a one-stop solution to cooking. The best thing is that you get to save time by not manually chopping those carrots and slicing the garlic, which can be converted to other things to make your cooking go a lot faster.

Always remember—at the end of the day, a must-have appliance for you is one that really fits in with the rest of your cooking habits and be sure to check out internet reviews before you finally pick a model for whatever appliance you want to purchase.

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Bienek Properties of Sonoma

Vince and Mary are well-respected by their REALTOR peers in Sonoma's Wine County for their hard work, dedication and integrity. They are passionate about real estate and have a proven track record of exceeding the needs and goals of their clientele. Vince and Mary work as a team. Together, they make up one of the most successful teams in Sonoma County. They specialize in applying their expertise and market knowledge to consistently meet and exceed the needs and goals of their clients. Vince and Mary work with sellers, buyers and investors in both residential and commercial markets.

They have built a reputation for tenacity and protecting the interests and investments of their clients. Vince attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK, where he studied Business Administration. As a collegiate baseball player, Vince helped lead Oral Roberts University to their only appearance in the College World Series in 1978. After college, Vince played professional baseball for five years in the Chicago White Sox Organization. Vince has a strong background in sales, sales management and the building products industry. As part of his sales management experience, Vince successfully negotiated national contracts with the top 20 builders in the United States. These skill sets have enabled him to be a strong asset for his clients. Mary attended college at the University of Kentucky before completing her BS in Sociology at California State University, San Bernardino.

Mary has been in the business of helping people make the "move" to their next landing place for many years. Be it a home across town or across the country, Mary has paved the way for many buyers and sellers to transition into the next phase of their lives. Vince and Mary are also active volunteers in the Sonoma Valley. They volunteer at Relay for Life, Vintage Festival, Sonoma Film Festival, as well as The Boys and Girls Club of Sonoma Valley. They have a passion for the community they live and work in.