Kitchen Fails is a series about how I once had no idea what I was doing in the kitchen, and managed to survive through all the grease fire and pyrex shrapnel and sharp knives that were involved in learning, until I eventually came to have great satisfaction in my amazing culinary skills.*
*Except for when the stories are about a cooking disaster from last week.
Labels: kitchen fail
I loved this apartment right away because of the built-in cabinets. It helps that it's also in a great location, has lots of space, and the landlord put in a brand new dishwasher, but when I saw this china hutch I knew right away that I wanted to live here and what my first project would be.
But also the camera was lost, until today, when I got annoyed with some boxes of clothes that we can't put away, because we don't have hangers yet, and while hauling them to the closet found the camera.
Setting up our apartment right now is going a lot like making this terrine, which is my first cooking project since the move. It's an unfamiliar process with a lot of steps, I had to spend some time visiting different stores to collect all the ingredients, but when it's finished I hope for lots of long-term enjoyment. Also, I am not currently capable of making the terrine or the apartment look delicious on camera.
At least the kitchen is on its way to orderly and serene!