It's summer. That means we need beach type entertainment material. Navigable, fun, not too ponderous. It also means road trips, planned as much as one can plan a road trip, a chance to connect with family, and, also, fun.
"Kitchen Witches" is a comfort food production, a human comedy of frailty, forgiveness, and letting bygones be bygones. It's like that Mason jar of sour dough starter you keep in the fridge for decades. Opened, it may smell like hell, but oh what wondrous creations it can make.
Like anyone else, the main characters want a meaningful relationship. The problem is, as this production nicely shows, it's impossible to have a meaningful relationship when everything around them is void of meaning.