Definitions

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  • n. Miscellaneous kitchen utensils, pieces of cooking equipment, and other items typically found in kitchens.

Etymologies

kitchen + -alia (from paraphernalia) (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Dere b deh boblol-hedded kittyz, and kitteh-faised LOLepopz, Kitty wind chimez, kitty kitchenalia such az kittehz on deh towelz and toasterz and kreem pitcherz adn salt&pepper shakerz adn butter dishez…… wuteber u b wanting, it b at deh TyBooTeek!

    with no interwebz Frank had - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • But the success of Duke Special whose real name is the rather more mundane Peter Wilson is to overcome all of the tricks and gimmickry to deliver a live performance that is sincere and special - without ever losing the fun and light-heartedness inherent in having a wide array of kitchenalia on stage.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I keep china and crystal in the left hand cupboard, table linen and baking utensils etc in four of the drawers, the kids' craft stuff in one drawer and the final one is filled with random kitchenalia, like rolls of plastic bags, string, jam pot labels etc.

    Pantry.

  • Why I was keen on it was that I thought it would work really well with kitchen equipment, so without further ado, here is my assessment of all things kitchenalia.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Something to the effect that some hero or other had thrown the eponymous utensil and decreed that a town should be founded where it landed or was it that he picked up the relevant kitchenalia from where it lay on the road and took it as an omen to found a town?

    languagehat.com: BISHKEK/PISHPEK.

  • I decided to change tack - figuratively and literally - so I re-evaluated the kitchenalia that I hanker for and hoard.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • I wanted to fill my walls with art and interesting kitchenalia.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • Shopability This is definitely a store created for women, from the sensuous music to the handmade signposts, from the myriad items bearing letters (soaps, candles, mugs, eggcups, door hooks) to the fabulous range of unique homeware and kitchenalia

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • People collect words as decorative objects, like Victorian kitchenalia - attractive curios they have no intention of using.

    The Guardian World News

  • It presents pine and oak furniture, curios, kitchenalia, old toys such as dolls and bears, and textiles.

    Antiquties

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