First of all I highly recommend a big declutter of all those drawers and cupboards. Most of us keep a ton of stuff we simply don't need or even use. How many pots, pans crockery etc you need will of course depend on your lifestyle and the size of your family, but storing items we never use is rather pointless. Our houses are meant to be a home, not a storage facility.
Go through each cupboard and with each item ask yourself:
When did I last use this (if ever!)?
Does this work? (for any small appliances and gadgets etc)
Do I like this?
How many of these do I need? (If multiples - when I first did this process I had accumulated 8 refillable drinks bottles just for me, far too many!)
Which items you keep and which you let go is pretty personal, but for those interested in my thought process; if I haven't used something for 6 months (12 months for seasonal items) then I seriously question if I will ever use that item. If something doesn't work then I make a commitment to getting it fixed or I have to let it go. I'm not so minimalist in that I never have multiples of anything in my home (I totally do), but I try to be realistic on how many I will use.
Even if you find there isn't that much you want to part with, take it as an opportunity to do a bit of a spring clean, reorganise or rearrange your cupboards to make the best use of the availabe space. The decluttering process can also be helpful to take stock of how much you have of things like cleaning products. In the past when I'd pop to the supermarket I would often pick up multiples of whatever cleaning product was on offer, only to get home and discover I still had plenty of the same item lurking at the back of the cupboard! Although this will all get used eventually, this takes up valuable space - these days I try to only purchase items I am likely to need in the next week or so and to not buy in large quantities from the supermarket as there's always something on offer!
Having a good declutter of your cupboards also helps with the next step....