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That pantry is gorgeous, isn't it? She had another one on the other side of the room
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Posted to Thread #28345 at 8:36 pm on Jan 4, 2016
and she called it her "junk pantry." Far from it. It had butter warmers for 20 people, tagines, preserved lemons, home canned tomatoes, etc. I kept looking for a light switch and she said, "Just walk in, the lights will turn on." Sure enough. The fact that her second pantry was bigger than my dining table for 8 left me green with envy, but details like the light, and other features made me really appreciate the thoughtfulness that went into planning her space.
I didn't mention this before, but for 8 of us for dinner, she has an assistant that comes to clean the kitchen and take care of all the niggly details. After I got up from dinner, all my kitchen stuff was in a bag, packed and ready to go. By that point the kitchen was also spotless. Nice life, eh? :)
You can't do anything about the length of your life, but you can do
something about its depth. - M
Other messages in this thread:
- 28345. In case you were interested in seeing photos of that dinner party and kitchen I posted [LINK] - Traca - 5:37pm on 01/04/16 (4)
- I am simply awed...and suffering from pantry envy. You are such a good writer. [NT] - MarilynFL - 6:11pm on 01/04/16
- That pantry is gorgeous, isn't it? She had another one on the other side of the room - Traca - 8:36pm on 01/04/16
- Thanks for posting, I agree with Marilyn, you are a good writer. [NT] - Curious1 - 8:31pm on 01/04/16
- Wow! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 9:07pm on 01/04/16