The kitchen is command central for food prep, but the holidays test the capacity of our kitchens like no other time of year. Hosting Thanksgiving, baking treats for co-workers, making hors d’oeuvres for parties, and cleaning up after large meals gives our kitchen a real workout in November and December – often shining a spotlight on our kitchen’s shortcomings.
Every year it’s the same thing. We marvel at how our favorite cooks pull off culinary masterpieces in less-than-ideal conditions, and we wonder how to make their kitchens more functional.
Dwight and Bryan analyze kitchen layout challenges, and offer solutions to help make kitchens more functional, in their latest column “Holidays highlight kitchen shortcomings.”