The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen

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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/08 18:53:40 (permalink)
Wow.....I hate to hear of you having to trod around in that
but just think how great it will be with all new stuff.....gives you excuses for even MORE new stuff
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/08 19:10:57 (permalink)
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My kitchen is only 6 feet wide and 0 feet long. Add cabinets and refrigerator and range, and I have the room of a furnace duct space to work in.

I wanna hear about y'all's kitchens and gnash my teeth in envy.


My "kitchen" consists of a microwave and a mini-fridge, so I guess one could say that my kitchen is only 0 feet wide and 0 feet long. Of course, I can always avail myself of any of the 6 kitchens available to me, but they're all in other houses so they're not really y'all's teeth-gnashing envy kinda kitchen.

And since all I know how to cook is boiled water, about all I ever do in those kitchens is heat something up in a microwave or cook boiled water.
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/08 19:53:01 (permalink)
I'll send you a George Foreman Grill, frozen dinners from our leftovers and hmmmmmmm a selection of cookbooks for the Ultimate Bachelor

and btw..if that mini fridge and microwave area are cleaned up.......I'll still gnash my teeth in envy.
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/08 21:31:34 (permalink)
Frank Lloyd Wright made wonderful sculptures, but few were ever really fit for human habitation. When one of his clients complained abour a leaking roof ( a sure sign of a Wright house) , Wright informed him:
"You should never leave a work of art out in the rain".
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/08 21:57:24 (permalink)
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I'll send you a George Foreman Grill, frozen dinners from our leftovers and hmmmmmmm a selection of cookbooks for the Ultimate Bachelor


Thanks, but it sounds too complicated.
Cooking skills I have acquired over the years:
1. Boiling water
2. Opening cans
3. Turning on (and off) the microwave.

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4. Wash raw vegetables and fruits in order to:
5. Put raw vegetables in bowl and pour salad dressing from bottle on top of vegetables to make salad.
6. Peel raw fruits that need peeling and put in mouth.

Wow, I never realized how many and varied my cooking skills were after all!


quote:
and btw..if that mini fridge and microwave area are cleaned up.......I'll still gnash my teeth in envy.


I just defrosted and scrubbed the fridge, and the microwave's pretty clean, so gnash away.
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/09 01:47:40 (permalink)
gnash, gnash, grind , grind and btw......do you do windows?
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/09 12:01:02 (permalink)
Fallingwater was about an hour away from where I was from. Always thought it would be cool to live there.......with the three-legged chairs and the massive boulder in the dining room. Sure, the kitchen was small, all of FLW's kitchen were small.......I don't think he was big on food. Too bad.
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/09 12:33:49 (permalink)
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gnash, gnash, grind , grind and btw......do you do windows?


It depends upon which version. 95, 98, SE, ME, or XP?
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/09 18:05:22 (permalink)
dual boot XP pro and Windows 2003 server
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RE: The Heart of Your Home-The Kitchen 2003/10/09 21:04:48 (permalink)
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dual boot XP pro and Windows 2003 server


You're outta my league.
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