Sunday, April 21, 2013

A Pesach Sheini,* of sorts

We're currently in the process of removing everything--and I mean everything--from the kitchen:  The cabinets are being ripped out tomorrow.  Okay, everything movable, to be precise--the refrigerator and the table aren't going anywhere.  As for the rest, don't ask.  :(  Even Pesach prep isn't this bad--this time, we don't have the option of leaving anything in the taped-shut cabinets.  Speaking of our Pesach-prepped kitchen, here's a last look--most of the right side should be replaced within a few weeks.   Note the progression, Miami Al--sink followed by dish drainboard following by cutting board followed by stove.  Um, where were we supposed to fit that double-sink and second dishwasher that you recommended in the comments to the "kosher kitchen construction" post?

Discussion continues in the comments to the aforementioned post.  I hope to hear from you.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm in the middle of cooking the last supper, so to speak.  :)

*Pesach sheni.

Monday, April 22, 2013 update:  There will be a short delay . . .
. . . while our co-op management office gets the elevator repaired.  The rip-off, er, rip-out, will take place tomorrow, if all goes well.  How we're going to make Shabbos amid this chaos--we certainly won't have time to put everything into the new cabinets before next Sunday--we have no idea.


Blogger Leora said...

We have a granite island I love. We cover it with boiling water before Pesach. My niece does same.

I cover my non-granite counters with contact paper. I enjoy picking out the contact paper each year (like redecorating your kitchen for less than $10), though this year the pickings were slim. I should shop in advance. The contact paper method takes a lot longer than the granite counter.

Mon Apr 22, 06:31:00 PM 2013  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

Believe me, Leora, if we had room for a kitchen island . . . But I'm glad to hear that the boiling-water method is quicker than the cover-everything method.

Mon Apr 22, 09:54:00 PM 2013  

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