Avery creates luxurious meals and loads of homemade pickles in this 6x5-foot space with just two stove burners. What Avery lacks in square footage, however, she makes up for in tight organization and inventive recipes such as watercress salad with jicama and citronette and venison tenderloin with chimichurri. She's an inspiration to all of us cooking in small kitchens.
Welcome to the wonderful family kitchen of Annette and Gustavo Gutierrez, in their 100-year-old Craftsman home! They previously lived across the street, and when they moved Annette and her husband had big plans for this architectural restoration. One of the biggest feats — and a total labor of love — was their complete restoration of this kitchen to recreate the look and feel of a California dream.
Kosher food blogger Tori Avey goes by a title that shocks some people: She's The Shiksa In the Kitchen! But she says that she wants to redeem this word, sometimes used to refer disparagingly to a gentile woman. Tori uses her blog to show through her recipes and writing how a recent convert found her spiritual path through love, community, and good, heartwarming food with history. Come take a tour of her gorgeous Los Angeles kitchen — this is where she cooks and blogs daily.
A while back I took a spin through Ireland, mostly County Cork, learning about the Irish dairy industry, which meant meeting some of the nicest people I've ever known, and eating endless amounts of butter. One particularly pleasant experience that involved both nice people and lots of butter was an afternoon spent with Rachel Allen and her husband, Isaac, whose mother Darina Allen runs the nearby Ballymaloe Cookery School.
Today we get to tour the kitchen of a culinary professional! Prolific cookbook author Diane Morgan renovated her kitchen fifteen years ago, but she designed it to feel both solid and timeless, so as you will see it still looks fresh and modern.
This kitchen has been the site of development for over seventeen cookbooks. Come peek into the incredibly organized cabinets and drawers of a professional food writer!
Jenny and Asmund both work in the field of architecture and do freelance design work. Their kitchen balances function and form beautifully. It's compact, full of light, and a great example of renovation on a budget, $4,000 to be exact. Join me for a slice of pear galette and a tour of this inspired space and edible garden.
Sabrina Soto is an HGTV celebrity, but that doesn't mean she doesn't like to cook and eat meals at home. In fact, as a recent tranplant from DC, maybe someone will give her the memo that such behavior is rare in New York.
Penelope and her husband Nathan transformed a bare bones, down–on–its–luck home in North East Portland into a vintage style palace to showcase their miraculous second–hand treasures. The crown jewel of this special home is their savvy kitchen, wherein Nathan traded contracting for poured concrete counters and Penelope sourced major appliances via Craigslist. This space is an inspiring example of creative, purposeful design and a whole lot of imagination.
Cooking is in Whitney McGregor's genes. She grew up cooking and eating and drinking wine with her mother and her many brothers and sisters. In every home she has ever lived, the kitchen is where people gather and where memories are made. So it's no surprise that when she moved into her first home, fixing up the kitchen was first on her list. Her budget was tight, so tight in fact that it was virtually nonexistent.
But she didn't let that stop her! Read on to see her amazing $50 kitchen transformation!