Destanee Fournier Tea Kettle May 08th, 2017 - 06:43:34
Some tea kettles are equipped with whistles, which let out a piercing sound whenever the water has begun to boil. People can be really funny about these whistling tea kettles! They either love them dearly or hate them severely, with no in-between emotions. The whistle can come in handy when you aren`t going to be able to stay in the same room with the tea kettle - at least you will know when the water is ready for tea making when you hear the whistle! Tea kettle purists say there is no need for such a whistle, and that it distracts the mind from the true purpose of the kettle, which is to bring the water to a quick boil.
One of the most known ways of cleaning your tea kettle is by using diluted dishwashing soap. By this, you can remove unwanted stains and odors from your kettle. For those hard to reach areas, some owners prefer to use baby bottle cleaning brush, just to prevent scratches. After cleaning, wash it with lukewarm water and store in a dry place. Always keep the storage area clean and dry as moisture from air may expose the cast iron tea kettle in corrosion.
If you don`t have one already, consider buying a tea kettle. The next time you want to enjoy a nice cup of tea or instant coffee or have a bowl of instant hot cereal, your tea kettle will come in handy. You will be able to pour your water quickly and cleanly. If you work in an office and crave the convenience of being able to drink a cup of tea or instant coffee at your desk, then an electric tea kettle could become your new favorite piece of office equipment.
It was a type of cookware that was an absolute necessity. As time went on, some people saw a need for kettles a bit smaller than the monstrous ones that had become a kitchen staple. They wanted something that could be used specifically to boil water in order to prepare tea, both by the cup and by the pot. Thus, the first teakettle was born.