Uh huh, you guessed it!
Today we’re continuing to count down — or in this case, up — to my top 15 things every small kitchen cook must have to have fun and make magic in the beautiful, bitty kitchens they’ve got.
Maestro, drum-roll please!
Our next five!
6. Fresh herbs. ‘Cause, simply put, you can’t beat ’em. And you don’t need a garden, much space, or even a green thumb. I have a thirty-five square-foot apartment balcony, a thumb that’s light green at best, and it’s a jungle (and my haven) out there. Make one on yours.
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Francesco Tonelli for The New York Times
Re-realization: there’s a lot to this blog-site building stuff.
Navigating around, figuring this WordPress thing out, building pages, figuring even more stuff out.
But just like Rome wasn’t built in a day, getting SKC out of the oven, all warm and golden brown, will require a bit of gentle patience. So thank you in advance for yours while I work on getting SKC up and running. Continue reading →
Just a small taste of what’s to come
Hello world and welcome! My name is Christina Lazarakis and this tiny corner of the interweb is Small Kitchen Chronicles.
I must confess, I am not a fan of my kitchen. Two words: too small. Twenty five and a half tiny-square-feet-small, and unfortunately, no, that number is not an exaggeration.
I moved into said kitchen in December of 2011, when I moved in with my then-fiance, now wonderful-husband, Christopher. It suffices to say, it was not a love-at-first sight thing, this introduction to my new kitchen. Continue reading →