broiler /ˈbrɔɪ.lər/ (n) a young chicken suitable for broiling or roasting Example: Where is our broiler?
casserole dish /ˈkæs.ər.əʊl dɪʃ/ (n) is a thick-walled cooking pot with a tight-fitting lid Example: Our gift is a casserole dish for newly wed.
chopping board /tʃɒpɪŋ bɔːd/ a board made of wood or plastic used for cutting meat or vegetables on Example:
coffee pot /ˈkɒfi pɒt/ is a cooking appliance used to brew coffee. Example:
colander /ˈkʌləndə/ a metal or plastic bowl with a lot of small holes in it, used for draining water from vegetables, etc. after washing or cooking Example:
dish drainer /dɪʃ ˈdreɪn.ər/ (n) Example: We need a new dish drainer.
dishwasher /ˈdɪʃwɔːʃər/ (n) a machine for washing plates, cups, etc. Example: I bought my mom a dishwasher so that she can reduce time spent on doing housework.
dishwashing liquid /ˈdɪʃwɔʃɪŋ ˌlɪkwɪd/ (n) liquid soap for washing dishes, pans, etc. Example: Can you buy some dishwashing liquid, please?
juicer /ˈdʒuːsə/ a piece of electrical equipment for getting the juice out of fruit or vegetables Example:
kettle /ˈkɛt(ə)l/ a container with a lid , a handle and a spout , used for boiling water Example:
kitchen /ˈkɪtʃɪn/ (n) a room in which meals are cooked or prepared Example: She's in the kitchen.
ladle /ˈleɪd(ə)l/ a large, deep spoon with a long handle, used especially for serving soup Example:
lid /lɪd/ (n) a cover over a container that can be removed or opened by turning it or lifting it Example: I can't get the lid off this jar.
saucepan /ˈsɔːspən/ (n) a deep round metal pot with a lid (= cover) and one long handle or two short handles, used for cooking things over heat Example: Heat the oil and garlic in a large saucepan.
scouring pad /skaʊəʳɪŋ pæd/ (n) a small ball or rectangle of wire or stiff plastic netting (= material in the form of a net) that is used to clean dirt off surfaces Example: We ran out of scouring pad.