Chandeliers! Stainless steel finishes! Huge islands!
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A voicemail from the loneliest room in your house.
An education in cooking must always take place by the stove, and a healthy relationship with food will always begin and end in the kitchen.
The secret to soul in a kitchen is not in what you buy and put into it, but in how you make room for people and nature to come into it.
I recently wrote about the things a kitchen really doesn't need, but who am I kidding? For us Americans, the real fun is talking about what we do need.
After reading a recent Huff Post piece on appliances you don't need in your kitchen, I was struck by the reader comments. I got to thinking there's another way to think of paring down in the kitchen.
You know it's the holiday season when Starbucks unveils their red holiday cups and pumpkin lattes. Instead of running out to the nearest coffee shop, let's make this pick-me-up ourselves.
This small kitchen goes from cramped to revamped with clever storage solutions and an island that does double duty as an eating surface and a storage ...
If the name Ron Eyester rings a bell, it might be because we gave him and his @theangrychef tweets a little shout-out in our "Things we love" piece on...
Harold Dieterle: "In 1998, I was deboning a New York strip steak when a dishwasher bumped into me. The knife sliced through my thumb right down to the...
After negotiating with my bank account and my own limited counter space, I compiled a list of tools that would enhance my kitchen capabilities.
Today I'm sitting at my desk trying to help one client decide between butternut or alder cabinets in the kitchen and sandstone or soapstone on the cou...
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