19 August 2010

You Capture | In the Kitchen



 

I love our kitchen. 

I just wish it's bigger. 

Like MUCH bigger. 

Big enough to have an island.

Maybe one day…

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I'm too lazy to put the utensils back after they're washed, so I stick them in a mug.Utensils-Web 

Baby bok choy being given a quick rinse.Baby-bok-choy-Web

 

Personalized cups I got from Toys 'R' Us…Mugs-Web

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34 COMMENTS:

blueviolet said...

I don't care how big my kitchen is. I still hate putting silverware away. ;)

Nezzy said...

I play a little game with myself when puttin' the silverware away. I hum the William Tell Overture and have it put away lickity-split. It doesn't take much for me to entertain myself out here in the middle of nowhere! Heeehehehehe....

God bless and enjoy that kitchen!

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

The mugs are adorable. What are you making with the bok choy? It looks so fresh!

RoseBelle said...

The baby bak choy stem looks much thinner than the ones we have here. I love baby bak choy and eat them quite frequently. I prefer a big dining room over a big kitchen.

Becky Jane said...

Roomy kitchens are so comfortable, the only drawback is more space to keep clean...I have a big kitchen and as much as I enjoy it, it can be a chore to keep clean...
Becky Jane

Hannah said...

The mugs are really cute! I love baby bak choy! That sounds really good right now!

Ashley Sisk said...

These are great - I would get along well with you. You'll see my pictures and think that I'm so organized...it's an illusion.

*Jess* said...

you make ordinary silverware look good :P

ModernMom said...

I didn't think silverware could look like art! When are you going to start offering photography classes:) Love it!

Helene said...

That is so smart to just put the utensils in a mug...and it actually looks quite stylish!!

The bok choy looks so yummy...I've been on this bok choy and napa cabbage kick lately, eating Asian-style salads almost every day for lunch!!!

HRH Mommy said...

I want a bigger kitchen too! I have told my husband that I can guarantee that food will taste even better if it were made in a bigger kitchen. Worth the try right?

Great photos, once again. Thanks also for stopping by and commenting on my "Be Polite to my Toddler" post. I loved your story and may have to tell Kai about that. I hope the evil person heard your son's remark about his mommy not having taught him manners. Hilarious!! Love it when toddlers are honest (as long as it isn't at my expense - LOL!)

HRH Mommy
http://mformommy.blogspot.com

Dandy said...

We wish for a bigger kitchen every day!

Alicia said...

LOL, I would probably do the same thing with my silverware!

And I love bok choy!

Cheryl said...

My silverware goes on a never ending journey in the dishwasher, meaning if you need a piece it is clean just still in the dishwasher.

Photos are great, as always! the Bok Choy looks YUMMY!

Karli said...

HA HA HA!! You just stick the silverware in a mug - I love it! I laughed out loud at that one. The Bok Choy looks divine, and now you have me on the hunt for personalized cups - too cute! :-)

elizabeth said...

great shots as usual - love the silverware in the mug too!! Have a great thursday

suzanne @ pretty*swell said...

Beautiful! Silverware in a mug = brilliant.

Fiona Designs said...

I love the perspective and content of these - fab!!!

Fiona
http://www.fionadesigns.blogspot.com/

Zoe said...

That mug has my name on it! I'm totally the same with cutlery, it never makes it to the drawer!

Audrey @ TheDailyWyatt.blogspot.com said...

I love the shot of the forks. what a great capture!

Jen said...

I love the shot of the silver ware!

Elizabeth said...

Your photos are fantastic - and I think I may try that silverware trick - seems a lot easier than putting them all away!

nicole said...

I love the silverware in the mug, fantastic!

MollyinMinn said...

We have those same mugs...but yours seem to be wearing much better than ours. And yes, a kitchen is never big enough, is it?

Brooke G. said...

I am laughing at your silverware shot. That does look MUCH easier :D And as an added bonus - it makes for a GREAT photo!

Amber said...

The Boc Choy pic is fab!

Lori said...

Great photo's...and I too would like a bigger kitchen and an island and then of course I would want more kitchen gadgets, like a wheat grinder...:)

Alice said...

the silverware in the mug is a great idea! i might have to borrow it :)

Elaine A. said...

I might have to steal the silverware idea. Seems like I spend half my life putting it away!!

Genny said...

Great photos. I just saw this meme last week and made a note to myself to join in one day! :)

Kristen said...

I'm lucky if my utensils make it to the mug we keep them in, usually I just pull stuff out of the clean dish washer, lol.

The bok choy looks delicious.

Amy @ Cheeky Cocoa Beans said...

Love your shots! I also saw your son's 1st day of school photos--you have beautiful children! Hope he's off to a great year.

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...
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Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

What a cool shot of the silverware!

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