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#121 Toliver

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 09:19 AM

MetsFan5, are those double wall ovens I spy? If so, I am green with envy!



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#122 Smithy

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 10:03 AM

So am I! I'm also envious of a genuine exhaust hood which, I assume, vents to the outside.  Lovely!


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#123 MetsFan5

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 11:03 AM

Yes, they are double ovens and the hood vents through the roof. The pup is a huge handful!
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#124 Porthos

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Posted 25 June 2015 - 06:26 PM

Since I spend about 20 hours a weekend for 7 weekends in the spring in my faire kitchen I thought I would show the few pictures I snapped this year.

 

This is the basic layout. The table to the lower left is the dishwashing station and the shelving to the right of that is for air drying.

 

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The large grill and the 3-burner 30K BTU/burner are outside.

 

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This view shows the regular kitchen stove and (sort of) my steel table. It was exclusively my table (I paid for it) before I took the kitchen over in 2010. The window in the picture looks out at the grill.

 

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We have two basic banquet table that serve as our main prep counters. I have made stilts for them so that they are more or less counter height. That is my daughter prepping 4 lbs of Brussels Sprouts for sauting.

 

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#125 FauxPas

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Posted 25 June 2015 - 06:35 PM

Wow, that's quite the set-up, Porthos! Thanks for sharing and I love that you gave us the floorplan.

 

Are you done now until next year or do you do one in the Fall as well? I know you told us, but I have forgotten.  :blush:


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#126 Porthos

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Posted 25 June 2015 - 07:29 PM

Yes, there is a separate faire in the fall near Gilroy, California, The Garlic Capitol of the World. I posted about that faire some months ago.  It has pictures if you scroll down.

 

http://forums.egulle...-faire-kitchen/


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#127 DickDock

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Posted 15 July 2015 - 04:58 AM

What do you think of my kitchen project?

http://prodboard.eu/...roject-sample-5

I haven't turned it into reality yet. I used special web app for kitchen constructing. Its demo appeared to be free  :cool:  I've just completed planning it some days ago, but I can't wait to start remodeling.

My old kitchen was too loaded with furniture which I didn't like  by the way :rolleyes: 

So I decided to renovate the room completely starting with kitchen cabinets to the backsplash.

Looking forward to your comments! :wink:



#128 gfweb

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Posted 15 July 2015 - 08:36 AM

Looks cool. Can you fit an island in there?



#129 DickDock

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Posted 15 July 2015 - 01:57 PM

As far as I know, the programme developers are currently working on this option, so that soon it will be possible, as they say :smile:



#130 weinoo

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Posted 01 August 2015 - 08:41 AM

While I'm generally jealous of everyone else's huge kitchens, ranges, fireplaces, bbqs, big green eggs, etc., here's one of the reasons we bought this apartment - the view from our kitchen window...

 

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You might notice a few differences in this shot, taken a few minutes ago, with my phone...

 

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#131 MetsFan5

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Posted Yesterday, 08:01 PM

You might notice a few differences in this shot, taken a few minutes ago, with my phone...
 
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Freedom tower is complete.

Noe that my kitchen is almost done, it's time to uncover and unpack various mixing bowls, serving platters, wine glasses, etc.
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#132 Smithy

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Posted Today, 06:39 AM

Freedom tower is complete.
Noe that my kitchen is almost done, it's time to uncover and unpack various mixing bowls, serving platters, wine glasses, etc.


We're looking forward to seeing the finished product - and some of its results, as well!
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