'$600 Is Not Enough,' Say Progressives as Congressional Leaders Reach Covid Relief Deal | "How are the millions of people facing evictions, remaining unemployed, standing in food bank and soup kitchen lines supposed to live off of $600? We didn't send help for eight months." commondreams.org/news/202…
LPT: If you are doing a secret Santa with a $20 spending limit, instead of buying cheap trinkets, spend the money on a high quality version of a useful item that would typically cost far less (i.e., a $20 pen, bag of coffee, kitchen utensil, etc.)
This Spiderweb covered in soot from a small kitchen fire
Me and my Dad made the Office from Lego! (I did the main part, he did the kitchen)
This rack type drawer is mounted in a kitchen cabinet. This is as far as it pulls out and the bars do not rotate or come out.
My kitchen window...a mix of stained glass and plants
Huck Finn is always vocal, but especially in the kitchen. He's fascinated by all the tools and gadgets, most of all the ham. v.redd.it/woaogmin0wc61
[OC] Which Kitchen Nightmares (US) Restaurants Survived
Anti-gluttony door in the Alcobaça Monastery, Portugal. Every monk had to fetch his own food from the kitchen, going through this 32 cm (1 ft) large door.
Built my girlfriends daughter a kitchen playset for Christmas. Bedtime has been a battle ever since reddit.com/gallery/kwcjzo
LPT: See if your town has a Restaurant Supply Store often you can get professional quality kitchen supplies significantly cheaper than their equivalent on most consumer stores or websites.
Generally, you are not required to be in the industry. We have a great one near us and we get all kinds of things from barware to big spoons, storage containers, whisks, cutting boards, chef knives, even small appliances. My wife's favorite is sheet pans for baking. All of which are designed to survive in an industrial kitchen. Therefore they will last close to indefinitely in a personal kitchen.
In over a decade of cooking, I’ve injured myself with cheese graters more than with every other kitchen tool put together. There has to be a better way.
I’m 25, and I’ve been doing most of my own cooking for over a decade now. I’ve never seriously hurt myself in the kitchen, but I’ve had little cuts and burns like anyone else. Through all that time, I’ve hurt myself with a cheese grater at least once a year, and twice I’ve taken noticeable chunks out of my fingers.
There has to be something I can do to stop grating bits of my hands into the food. Help!
Her channel is pong's kitchen btw
Due to pandemic boredom I tried to grow Morning Glory under my (ugly) fluorescent kitchen light to get me through the winter. I was rewarded this morning. My husband doesn’t understand why it’s taking me so long to clean the kitchen today...
Green kitchen with an extended backsplash, Abilene, Texas [936x1404]
Been watching a lot of Hell’s Kitchen and I have one question...
As someone who loves spicy foods are there no fancy spicy dishes? I’ve noticed in the show there’s hardly ever any heat in the dishes, is that common for fancy restaurants?
Edit: thank you guys so much for all of the informative answers/Perspectives you’ve given. I am fully aware that everything I watch on TV isn’t all of reality however, I am uneducated about “expensive” food and I appreciate most of you coming at this with a wholesome approach rather than being disrespectful/uppity for my curiosity. (:
Was treated to this view from my kitchen. Thanks Universe.
Parents got their kitchen redone. Cat isn’t used to the sound of a dishwasher
Whoever said this has never worked in a kitchen.
TIFU by letting my 4yo dump chia seeds down my kitchen sink
Long into short, I'm in the military and we are moving tomorrow. The Army fronts the cost to have movers come pack and move all of our stuff. Our house at our next duty station isn't ready yet so everything has to go into storage for a few weeks and we cant pack any food, even dry food.I was cleaning out the pantry and had a large bag of chia seeds which I sat next to the sink. My 4 year old, having watched me dump things into the garbage disposal for the last 30 mins, thought he would be helpful and dumped the bag of seeds into the drain. Me not knowing better, proceeded to try to wash them down. What I didn't know is that a large quantity of chia seeds, when mixed with water, will turn into what most closely resembles molding clay. I thought I could use a plunger to clear the pipes. I was wrong. By the time I resorted to tearing into the pipes, the chia seeds started to set. Needless to say I just spent the last 3 hours cleaning the pipes of my kitchen sink and garbage disposal of chia seeds.
TLDR: Chia seeds do not belong in your sink
EDIT: I think I might need a plumber because my sink still wont drain.
EDIT#2: Because it has come up some many times; yes we donated MOST of the food in our pantry. Perishables were given away to other families on post. Anything that was unopen was donated. Came close to 100lbs. Anything that was expired or opened was gotten rid of.
EDIT#3: Plumber came out and took care of most of it. The main clog was in the bottom of the disposal and none of it actually got past the trap. He took the disposal apart to clean it and ran a drill brush down through the pipes. Luckily he's a buddy and it only cost me a 30 pack.
Me sneaking into the kitchen at 3 am to eat my brother's leftovers
For all the people who ask about culinary school without having any kitchen experience.
I would prefer not to have this kind of loaf on the kitchen table...
My new kitchen knife came with two free plasters (/bandaids)
Do you have a “random shit” drawer in your kitchen?
Edit: it appears this phenomenon is overwhelmingly confirmed in kitchens around the US and beyond. It is also affectionately called the “Junk Drawer” or “Utility Drawer” and can alternatively take the form of a cabinet or bin.
I made this Kitchen And Mattress Platform for camping out of the bed of my pickup truck. I call them the K.A.M.P. Drawers imgur.com/gallery/7dA8XPZ
The best part of working from home is looking at the snow though the kitchen window in the morning and knowing I'm not going to be sitting on the interstate with 100k other folks getting pissed off cause some dill hole had a wreck.
Nope. That walk though the house, past the kids fighting about the crayon on the wrong side of the box, the wife wanting to know when I'm logging off tonight, the teenager that won't look up is quite alright. Just me and the dog headed to the spare room to log on and start the day with no stress.
Hey mom, i’m 15 and never really was good at anything in the kitchen. I’ve been trying recently and this is my first time cracking open eggs. my first one exploded... but my second one was really good! My real mom doesn’t care because she thinks i should already know but i’m really proud of myself.
[WP] The castle is stormed and ruffians run about through the halls. The young prince hides in the kitchen, but is found. Now all that stands between him and his would be assassins is the castle cook. She twirls a steak knife in her hand and squares off against the invaders.
Isitbullshit: Abs start in the kitchen and you won’t be toned if you eat “junk”
I see confliciting opinions about this very often. Some say Abs start in the kitchen while other people argue “Well I know a trainer and they say you can eat like crap and be toned!!!”
So, I kind of want to see what people here have to say since I know nothing about that stuff
TIL For 17 years the Parkes Radio Telescope in Australia detected mysterious signals which left scientists baffled. The source of the signals turned out to be a microwave in the kitchen staffers used to heat up their lunches. theguardian.com/science/2…
LPT: When you microwave something, race the clock to see how much of your kitchen you can get cleaned
🔥 It’s been minus 40c here in Manitoba Canada and this cool ice pattern formed on my kitchen window! 🔥
This Kitchen & Dining Room In Denmark [1080 x 1350]
Blue cabinetry kitchen of a residence built like a traditional farmhouse with modern aspects in Litchfield County, Connecticut. By Hendricks Churchill. reddit.com/gallery/l6i1v4
After hearing taps and noises from my kitchen I take a photo and see this.
Renovated kitchen with a high ceiling at a 1950s ranch house in California. By Faith Blakeney Design Studio. reddit.com/gallery/l18e16
Pantry was yesterday, today it's the kitchen cupboards.
Watercolor restaurant kitchen painting by me
These have been in our kitchen drawer for ages, but we havent figured out what they are used for. Any ideas?
Yellow kitchen with a breakfast bar in a remodeled 1937 Monterey Colonial house, Franklin Hills, Los Feliz, Los Angeles. By Reath Design. reddit.com/gallery/l0jqov
View from my kitchen window, Krakow, Poland - Nov 2005
Whole new meaning to being freaky in the kitchen
Please pray for my dog, as he has a serious case of the dumb dumbs. He keeps getting “locked” in the kitchen v.redd.it/dff40r3eyyd61
Well it’s official, we cut ourselves on the same day so now we’re married by kitchen law
Unexpected benefit of polyamory: dinners! 4 people to cook, 4 people to grocery shop, 4 people to find recipes. It has led to healthier meals, saving money through bulk-buying and less take-out, and less snacking as well! Giving a new meaning to "kitchen table polyamory" 😊