Setting up a temporary kitchen is easy – avoid eating out every night.
Y ou will need a hot plate, microwave, toaster-oven and coffee-maker to make this work. A slow cooking crock-pot will come in handy too.
You will need to stock up on paper and plastic kitchen products: plates, utensils, paper-towels and cups.
We have found it very handy to have some sort of sink, weather it’s a tub, big wash basin or using the powder room near the kitchen.
Here is the key: plan ahead, it will make it much easier. Also, it’s a good idea to keep your refrigerator on and working – even if it’s in the garage to store food.