Don't make the mistake of making the kitchen your very last area to tackle! It may need to be the last of the boxes packed, but if you begin with the end in mind, you'll have a lot less to pack last minute.
1. Find two tubs and empty out a few drawers into them. If you have used an item within the last couple of days you can just put it back into the drawer. When you need something, use it and then when it's clean again put it back in the drawer where it goes. Every time you have a bag of thrift store goods ready to go, rummage through and get rid of anything you have accepted is never/rarely used and you're ready to let it go. As the bin gets empty, fill it back up with different drawers in the kitchen.
2. Look through your food stash and pull out things that you DON'T use often and fill up the second bin with those items. Rummage through it daily and see what you can use up--less waste and less weight while moving. Throw out anything that's left right before you move your food to the new house.
Keep these tubs going until the move and you'll have much less kitchen mess to move at the end!
That's it for one challenge! Now kick your feet up for a show and then get back up off your, um...seat. (Okay, so my show today was Clean House...can you tell?)