Enter My Kitchen - Where the Journey Unfolds...
|Counter top still life|
|Flowers, fruit and vegetables from the Mudville Farmer's Market|
|Fruit ripening for|
tonight's Grenadian meal
Seven months into this world adventure, my kitchen has become much more than the warm place it always was. It's an extension of my passion; a place where I use my imagination and my tools to create tangible expressions of an idea that has morphed into possibilities unanticipated and those yet to be revealed. And, now that I've given myself over to following the flow of this concept, rather than trying to construct or manage it, it's just plain magical.
I know what you're thinking - here are the adjectives that may come to mind: loco, obsessive, fixated, possessed, driven...Yep, all true and exponentially fun.
|Tomatoes, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, lemons and avocados|
My son is a glassblower - I love to fill his creations with beautiful things. Every time he brings me a new glass, bowl, orb or vase, I see possibilities.
|Just one small section of my pantry - I need more jars!|
|My butcher block workspace - handmade by my Step Dad, Michael|
Lastly, I'm always wondering about how I can make this experience better for my readers and interesting from a global perspective - My kitchen is small, but the world is a big, colorful place and I want to do the countries I cook in justice...Let me know what you think!
|A small, efficient space where I can reach everything in just a few steps|
|A small sample of the dishes I use when I plate and photograph my meals - I need more space!|
|Ingredients for tonights meal from Grenada|
|Tim's glass and my grandmother's silver - I use everything I own , no matter how antique|