Your kitchen is one room of the house where you're probably going to need a good deal of things to remain available for use, but that doesn't mean you can't get started early.
Your special cutlery and dinnerware, for example, probably aren't going to see a lot of use while you're getting ready to relocate. By the same token, cookware that serves specific purposes can be packed away if you're not going to be making the dishes it is designed for.
Plus, you can probably get by with most of your mugs, glasses and standard dinnerware packed away for at least the last week in your home, and getting this out of the way early is a major help.
It's also a good idea to try to minimise the amount of food you're moving with, especially when it comes to items in your fridge and freezer. For this reason, we suggest keeping trips to the supermarket minimal in the month leading up to your move and doing your best to empty out your current supply.