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No wonder the host told you to speak up!
I like the cabinets, but the green countertop doesn't fit in.
There's virtually no countertop! I'd go mad - where do you cook?
I would lose my mind in a kitchen that small. Where would I make the meatballs? How could I roll out the dough for the fresh ravoli? How could I prepare the fresh fruit tart and the pears glazed in amaretto? Where would we put the fresh spices, basil and oregano?Jeeez, that sucks.
I've had smaller NY kitchens, and we -- 2 adults -- cooked there all the time. We did our best cooking before we got a bigger kitchen. You can spread out onto the dining table if necessary.And check out the view of Manhattan from that kitchen window!
My wife's old apartment had a kitchen like that. I am used to the kitchens in the brownstones in Carroll Gardens which usually are pretty big, at least in the garden apartments. But the small ones are tough to cook in.My view isn't that good either. It's usually Nunzio from across the yard taking the sun in his speedo. See the thread down the blog about hair, and you will know what I mean. Think the monkey people only with a gold chain with a horn on it.
Hi Ann: I like your kitchen, but an wagering that you had a more genersou (and less costly) culinary space when you were in Madison. As a recent reader of your blog, I find it hard to know about you--although the hidden story of Ann is in these many blogs and vlogs, it would appear to the casual peruser that you have a son (featured in the cafe pictures), moved from trendy and cool, Money magazine top residential area Madison to NYC some 1.5-2 years ago, and enjoy your professorial endeavors. Will Ann, whos heart remains in Madison based on your nostaligic trubutes each time you visit, move back? Is NYC a short term side trip for shoe buying and kitchen radio broadcasts and trips to teh Apple store for the Air? The Kindle owning public wants to know. Cheerio, Ann/ Steve CD1
I currently go back and forth between Madison and New York, but I'll be back in Madison when the semester ends. This is a planned 2-semester visiting professorship with 2 months to go. As for sons, I have 2. As for kitchens, yes, of course, my Madison kitchen is much bigger, but kitchen size doesn't matter much to me. Layout is most important. And view.
meatballsdid someone say meatballs...i luv meatballsit looks like that stove has just enough room on the left sidefor one to drop on the floor yumwhen that happens at my house its like manna from heavenonly with better saucebeing under that sink looks sooo inviting tooi bet its warm and humid under therewhich we could sure use about now being 15 degrees and alltrooper--all that food all sounds yummyyou must be a great cookplease dont bother to clean upill be right over
The snarky Liberal Observer:Hey, where are the jars of baking staples labeled, 'salt,' 'sugar,' 'flour,' and 'oxycontin'?Oh, wait. That's that other radio guy.
Love your kitchen, even if it's a bit spare. Here's mine. Need more cabinet space!
Narrow kitchen painted whiteBut oh so warm and cozy,With globes and pots and pans and suchAnd wines both red and rosy.
I love Palladian's kitchen.
Ann Althouse...You can spread out onto the dining table if necessary.Wife number one and I had one of those small kitchens. Everytime we spread out onto the dining room table a mess was made and not a lot of cooking got done; if ya know what I mean.
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