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My Kitchens. From Marblehead to Whitman to Hingham.

December 4, 2011
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Our first apartment had the tiniest kitchen. No cabinets and really no space. Instead of cabinets we used an old bookcase. The counters were very deep so we could still put our appliances out. We had a counter that stuck out that was used as the prep area. The ceilings were slanted on half of the kitchen – we bumped out heads a lot. But for a first kitchen it was perfect and full of character, we loved our first place.

I also made lots of yummy treats in that kitchen!


The last apartment we lived in had an amazing kitchen. Granite countertops, gas range, millions of cabinets, wood floor. We also had a pantry closet that spoiled us! I loved that kitchen.

We made some delicious food in Whitman.


Our new kitchen is a galley kitchen with character – yes we are back to character. Lots of windows, enough counter space. We bought a few standing cabinets to use as a pantry and have a awesome butchers block cart from Scott’s sister that fits perfectly. Our new place and kitchen feel more like home than our last place – warm (since our landlord heats our basement!), friendly and inviting. Although it has less space than the last, I LOVE it!

I am starting to cook crave worthy meals here too!

I guess is doesn’t matter what your kitchen looks like as long as you can cook yummy meals!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 4, 2011 8:03 pm

    Agreed. It’s all about the food! You have a fun blog. I found you by searching “food” on WordPress. Great kitchens and great photos!

    • December 5, 2011 9:20 pm

      Thanks, I love every kitchen we have had. They all remind me of special times in my life.

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