Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Kosher kitchen

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For ABC Wednesday, K is for a kosher kitchen.
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Update:  Not mine, of course.  It is a hotel kitchen.
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11 comments:

VP said...

And a very modern one!

William Kendall said...

It looks well equipped!

Jane Hards Photography said...

Very clean too.

Hels said...

Passover is not a time I look forward to. The most labour intensive part is the time that it takes to clean the kitchen properly, close off the non-Pessach cupboards and bring in the kosher-for-Pessach crockery, cutlery and pots.

Have a great holiday, if I don't speak to you before hand.

tulika singh said...

Those vessels will hold a lot of food. I like your kitchen. Looks like lots happens here :-)

ChrisJ said...

Oh my nemesis -- kitchens of any kind, though I have to admit that the internet, blogging etc. has done much to improve my talents in this area proving it's never too late to learn.

Roger Owen Green said...

Somewhat off topic, I'm going to my first Seder in many years next week.

ROG, ABCW

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I've been told, my grandmother's ticket to America was her talent at keeping kosher kitchens.

Janis
GDP

Pietro Brosio said...

A functional kitchen indeed.

Reader Wil said...

Good choice for K! Fascinating to know more about this.
Wil, ABCW

Kay said...

I like to tell people that we have sort of a "kosher" kitchen since we have two sinks and keep our meat preparation separate from our veggie, etc. (Not necessary dairy though.) This kosher kitchen looks spotless.