Appropriate for Groundhog Day, it feels like I’ve already written this post. But, as I finally step away from the sourdough starter and attempt to get back to writing, I see that I never actually published this Subee’s Kitchen news — which is now old news!
I blame 2020.
This article in The Hunt magazine came out in the fall of 2019, and highlights some of the features of our new Pennsylvania kitchen (which is also not so new anymore).
(For more about the move and the planning of the new kitchen, check out these posts:
Please, a moment of silence as we remember our “Before” kitchen. . . You were a perfectly good kitchen, with many things going for it: vaulted ceiling, big window, custom cabinetry, solid oak flooring, tumbling-lilacs wallpaper. (Just kidding on that last one. Lilacs belong in gardens, not on walls.) However, you had a dark side – and no amount of buzzing CFL bulbs could snap you out of it. Your appliances were failing and your fixtures were leaking; your time had come. Rest in peace.
Three years after moving to Pennsylvania and leaving Subee’s Kitchen 1.0 behind, I am very excited to announce that Subee’s Kitchen 2.0 is LIVE! As in, the kitchen remodel is done, most of the gadgets and gizmos have been put away, and I’ve been cooking nonstop just because I can. Four and a half months (134 days!) without a proper kitchen is a very long time for someone who lives from meal to meal. Stay tuned next week for the big reveal! Continue reading →
Hello, loyal readers! I’m back from a long summer break with some big news to share: we’ve moved to Pennsylvania. New job, keeping the family together, blah blah. Fine. Let’s get to the tragic part of this story. My lovingly designed, light-filled kitchen with its 9’x5’ marble-topped island and rocket-powered 8-burner range. . .
Subee’s Kitchen – Before (Photo credit Katrina Mojzsez)