As we all get to know each other we begin to talk about more than just food. We talk about our family and homes. We recently had a discussion about our personal kitchens and our kitchen style. We thought it would be fun to explore what our favorite things about our kitchens are with each other and today I’m sharing that with you too!
My kitchen is always crazy messy with the kids around. As typical in most homes, our kitchen bar becomes the dumping grounds for backpacks, homework, phones, mail, etc… The sink is always littered with dirty dishes from cooking and usually you will find crumbs on the floor from little nimblers. So I promise you, next time my kitchen is spotless… I will hurry and snap a photo. Until then, here are a few of my very favorite things you will find in my kitchen at “Busy Vegetarian Mom“.
Kitchen Style ~ Busy Vegetarian Mom
My faucet and sink have to be my very favorite thing in my kitchen. We got them last year when we finally upgraded to granite countertops. Everyone always comments on them when they visit.
And of course we all LOVE KitchenAid right? Always use my stand mixer and food processor!!
Pots and Pans? I use this All Clad pan ALL the time. We were told if we invested in that pan, we would never have to buy another again and we could pass it down to our kids. So far, I’m believing that statement!
My very favorite kind of spatula! I use it for just about everything I cook.
Wine rack. Confession… mine is filled with pretty empty bottles because there is no such thing as wine sitting to age in this house!
We always have fresh fruit in the house and a BIG basket is a MUST!
Coffee Coffee Coffee. I am in LOVE with my Keurig! Another secret…. I only drink out of oversized coffee mugs and I buy one where ever we go on vacations. My absolute favorite is my Cheshire Cat from Disneyland!
One of my very favorite cook books. Great way to sub out ingredients to make a healthier meal.
Cheese Please! Works amazing for cutting cheese without it sticking to knife 🙂
This little peeler is so easy to use and kids can handle it well too.
Now let’s share!
What’s in YOUR kitchen?