Tuesday, April 15, 2008

To Make Your Kitchens Feel Good About Themselves

This is how big my kitchen is:

I have textbooks with a larger surface area than that countertop. Needless to say, cooking anything that requires a lot of chopping and prep work is all too often an exercise in organizational creativity. Oh well, only two more weeks left in this apartment!


VeggieGirl said...

no worries!! it seems like you're still able to cook up some delicious eats in that kitchen :0)

Kelly T. said...

YAY you did fix it!

PHEW! its nice to know there are kitchens out there smaller than mine.

I mean...its not small.

Katie said...

YAY for only two weeks left. If you can make delicious food like that in a kitchen that teeny I can't WAIT to see what you come up with in a normal kitch. :)

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

hey, I’m rooting for the Canadians over Boston too! Boston just has tooooo many good sports teams; give someone else a chance!!! Go Canadians! As long as they don’t play the Stars, I will root for them :o).

don’t feel bad! My kitchen is just as small as yours! Hey, at least we don’t have as big of a space to keep clean!

arimcg said...

I feel you. Sometimes I have to literally balance things on the back of the couch when I'm cooking. Before I got a dog, I could put things on the floor (like bowls and whatnot, not actual food) but not anymore.