Friday, November 19, 2010

What is this on the counter?

Isn't it a LITTLE early to cook the turkey??? Maybe I better here because my elder assistant is making Thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year. I remember my first turkey I cooked. We didn't even know enough to take the gizzards out...

And we ate at 10 PM. (don't tell anyone I said this, but she's kind of a know it all... the confidence of youth...she thinks she is the Barefoot Contessa. She has a little dish of salt out on the counter as if she tosses it on  the food  while cooking) My job is to sip white wine and say, "Wow! this is delicious! Wow! Wow!"

This is the PDR kitchen. I am wild about the detail, look at the faucet. So modern! Paris is SO thorough! It makes me wonder if I should get one like it in the basement remodel.
This is in the MH1 and it is my favorite house by Wes Christensen. I had to put a sheet over it to make doubly sure it doesn't get dirty during the construction. I'm a little worried about it, flying plaster dust... Everywhere. C


  1. Una cocina preciosa. El pavo mejor conjelar :))
    Me encanta el grifo.
    Besos Clara

  2. Personally, I would much rather deal with the doll house turkey and leave the heavy lifting and time-consuming cooking to the younger generation.

    About 20 years ago I declared to the world at large (and my family at small) that I would never cook a turkey again unless I wanted too. That was the year we started having lobster for the high feast days.

    Much nicer, as the men (being strong and brave) cooked the lobster and I just had to make a salad, melt the butter and cut the crusty bread.

    I love fresh lobster. Yummy


  3. HI Clara!
    Hi Shale! LOL sounds like a good tradition. I
    am going to have fun no matter WHAT happens! C