My Kitchen Looks Nothing Like This Post author:Debbie Koenig Post published:July 21, 2009 Post category:Misc Post comments:4 Comments If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Kitchen Tour (version 3.0) from Food52 on Vimeo. Amanda Hesser, I don’t know whether to hate you or try to meet & befriend you, so that one day I might have the great thrill of cooking in your spectacular kitchen. I already follow you on Twitter; perhaps some stalking is in order. I jest. Mostly. You Might Also Like Happy Fourth, Everyone! July 3, 2009 Words to Eat By Turns 1! (In which a celebration turns into a rant against the health-food police) October 24, 2005 In Praise of Processed Foods February 25, 2011 This Post Has 4 Comments Lee 21 Jul 2009 Reply Wow, her kitchen is awesome! I might steal the shelves for plates idea. We also need a place to store our millions of cookbooks. I imagine our kitchen is about the size of an average Brooklyn apt. Interesting thing she said at the end of the video about all of our memories tied up with food. I agree, but I also think it's also a symptom of some of the health problems we (as a society) have today. Our relationship with food is more emotional than it is for survival! debbie koenig 21 Jul 2009 Reply "I imagine our kitchen is about the size of an average Brooklyn apt. " Are you trying to kill me? I lined an empty wall above a radiator in the kitchen w/shelves for my cookbooks. There's no room for any more, but at least they all fit! Lee 22 Jul 2009 Reply No no, I mean my kitchen is probably the same size as an average kitchen in a Brooklyn apartment. LOL!! debbie koenig 22 Jul 2009 Reply Phew! Thanks for clarifying. Now I can get back to coveting Amanda Hesser's kitchen. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.