I work full time outside of The Little Kitchen but enjoy baking, cooking, and sharing ideas with others. This is where this blog comes into play. I have a penchant for doubling baking recipes and I do like to tinker with original recipes and come up with my own versions. Blogging has helped me keep track of what I have tried and forced me to finally start organizing my recipes!
You may be wondering how small my kitchen really is....well if the words galley kitchen don't bring to mind cramped quarters and narrow aisles then perhaps a few pictures will help. When someone opens the oven door while there is another person in the kitchen, it is customary to holler 'watch your bum'!
This is the view coming up from the basement and the back door. If you notice the missing cupboard door.....it is the door to the baking supplies which at times gets left open. This causes a person to walk into it repeatedly. Apparently this isn't good for the hinges....mental note.....get Hubby to fix that....
This is the view coming into the kitchen from the hall. I put a folding table under the window to help with Christmas baking and as extra counter space for things like cupcake orders.
I feel I need to comment on the curtains here. These were salvaged from the family cabin. My Mom made these for the girls bedroom at the cabin and there is a ton of sentimental value to them....that is all.
The white cart usually sits alone in front of the window but with the extra table there, it is pushed all the way to the side. It is a useful cart and again, helps hold all things kitchen.
That is really all there is to the Little Kitchen. It is a small space but we make the best use possible of it. Renovations are in the plans but that is still further down the road. I will definitely have to post about kitchen renos, when they do happen!