SWEETENERS: Gluten-free Girl's Warm Kitchen Tour "Bottom drawer of the pull-out pantry holds all the sweeteners: molasses, brown rice syrup, sorghum syrup, maple syrup, dried dates, natural brown sugar, sucanat, and honey."
As I was thinking about kitchens that might be interesting to Kitchn readers, my dear friends Tara and Devesh came to mind. Not because they have a particularly unique kitchen. In fact, to the contrary: they have a fairly standard galley kitchen in a rental building. Well-equipped and up-to-date, but certainly not unique. What is unique, however, is their pantry, which is literally teeming with all manner of dried spices, pastes, dried beans, pickled items, sauces, and specialty flours.
"I like to store food in glass or stainless steel and I try to avoid having plastic in the house. When we get new cereal, rice, grains, sugar, or flour, I recycle the original packaging and transfer everything into glass jars. This way, everything looks really organized and uncluttered. I also put stickers on the bottom with the expiration date, so we know everything is still fresh," Kourtney explains | archdigest.com
An enamel farmhouse sink with a drainboard provides space for washing and drying plus elbow room to cook. This one is in the Queens, New York, kitchen of Aesthetic Movement founders Jesse James and Kostas Anagnopoulos (the cafe-au-lait bowls are from their housewares line Sir/Madam). Source a vintage sink from a salvage dealer near you, or consider the 42-Inch Cast-Iron Wall-Hung Kitchen Sink with Drainboard, $995.95, from Signature Hardware. Tour this apartment in Calm and Collected.
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