11 June 2006
Welcome to my French Kitchen in America
My kitchen is smaller than those found in rural France but larger than that found in a typical Paris apartment. One window overlooks an ancient horse barn and a grove of cedar trees. The other looks down a hill.
Lack of space is a frustration, but I am currently going through all my pots and pans and utensils and saving only what is essential.
My cabinets are warm brown and worn from years of use. Appliances are stainless steel and black. Countertops are black, too, and a bit scuffed. Nothing terribly fancy or upscale here.
But, the food is good, mostly. We'll talk more about that later.