BRINGING HOME DINNER - IT'S TURKEY DELIGHT TONIGHT!
Sepia Saturday and the places we cook in!
Alan has posted our theme photo from
The Royal Kitchen at Windsor Castle in 1878.
As for those turkeys....
"They might think I'm going to cook those birds, if they do the cleaning. But, I'm not! See you later boys!"
My first photo for this kitchen themed post, involved a mighty tasty dinner even if the lady of the house had other ideas.
we're still thinking
may I offer this?
The Palace Hotel Grill Kitchen.
Located on a city street
San Francisco, California.
Jokingly, but seriously street kitchens popped up all around town
after an earthquake
and they were named after famous hotels!
Okay, how about not so silly, but famous!
Famous how? This is the kitchen of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
35th President of the United Sates
83 Beals Street, Brookline, Norfolk County, MA.
Photo taken in 1970, as it appeared when he was growing up.
Located on the first floor, kitchen, view of stove, china cabinet and table and was shot from the rear hallway looking in.
Nice and cozy!
While on the subject of cozy, and comfortable....
as of this photo, at the Grove Farm, G.N. Wilcox House
"She's been there for 45 years."
What a pleasant smile!
A most spacious and roomy kitchen, not so comfy chairs, but my how her counters (and floor) shine. Who needs curtains or window coverings with such an amazing view of , Kauai County Hawaii?
Seriously, I have to chuckle while still at the Library of Congress prints department that they list this next photo as "A 1956 Typical Kitchen"
The windows are stunning though.
Of course there was a kitchen from Casa de los Azulejos that featured some exciting wood features as in the photo below.
This might possibly be my favorite. Notice the tiles on the wall so artistically styled?
The double doors opening into their dining room maybe? The vented doors allow for light into the kitchen, while the enticing aromas
breeze into the dining room perhaps?
On the subject of kitchens, it's really quite endless with the various scopes that one may travel.
For ages it seems, many women think their kitchen is one of the most important areas in their house. Of course, there has been on occasion the man of the house that stretches the use of the kitchen, or rather the food sources often found in the kitchen.
As this gent below...
The hen with the mechanical internal organs, surprised visitors at the World's Poultry Congress in London, by giving a brief lecture on how she utilized her food to make eggs!
Just goes without saying,
"A kitchen is never complete without chickens, and all their uses."
Well, it only seemed fitting, if I began this post with a few birds, I should complete it with a distant cousin?
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