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Brooklyn Kitchen and *Giveaway*

 

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There are lots of goodies hiding behind the walnut cabinets in this show-stopping, yet functional kosher kitchen. The mixers are hiding on pop-up shelves within the island; the toaster oven and panini maker are inside an appliance garage beneath the microwave; and the cabinets are outfitted to provide the perfect space for all kitchen must-haves, from baking trays and beyond.

Enjoy Breakfast at the Bar
This two-leveled peninsula is perfect for casual meals or a serving area for holiday buffets.

Easy Reach
The buffet in the dinette has additional flatware drawers and storage for placemats and Birkat Hamazon cards.

Can’t find the fridge and freezer?
The Subzero appliances are integrated into the walnut cabinets. Full-size pantries are also hiding out on this wall.

All Dressed Up
This mother of pearl backsplash is like jewelry for the kitchen

Shiny Soffets
The moldings above the cabinets are white lacquer—a shiny way to top off the room.

Stainless Savvy
The pot filler and a third sink (perfect for prepping veggies) are fabulous cooking conveniences.

Love the Look!
We fell in love with this row of white lacquer drawers which match the Caesarstone counter.

What do you think of this kitchen?

***Giveaway***

Now that we have the kitchen, let’s get cooking with Red Star Platinum Yeast.  This is your chance to win a VIP Gift Pack with samples, a cutting board and an apron.  Check out our contest details here and enter below.

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Kitchen Design by Warren Bohn Design with Silvia Carlucci
Photos by Morris Antebi

As seen in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller Magazine (Chanukah 2011) – Subscribe Now

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15 Responses to Brooklyn Kitchen and *Giveaway*

  1. I use their yeast and get great results with my challah. I also use half white whole wheat flour and half regular flour.

  2. avatar says: Mindy

    I just started making my own challah, and I appreciate that with Red Star yeast, I don’t have to worry about whether it will turn out ok. Now I just have to work on my braids!

  3. The first thing I would bake would be the apples and honey challah!
    http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipe/apples-and-honey-challah/

  4. avatar says: lhgage

    I have used red star yeast in the past, but not recently… would love to try the platinum yeast!

    not sure which recipe I would try first… maybe the pita, or a whole grain bread…

  5. I have been using Rebbetzin Kanievsky’s (aleya ha shalom) recipe for challot since Sukkot this year, just before her first yahrtzeit and it is AMAZING! I have tried so many challah recipes but this one IS IT! Golden brown, really yummy, and easy to make!

    The other yeasted bread I make is Iraqi Pita from a secret family recipe! It is a traditional flatbread called Laffa and my husband is Iraqi from Israel so he is used to eating this bread regularly!

  6. I am a huge fan of homemade english muffins.

  7. No Knead Olive bread sounds interesting

  8. avatar says: jbbm

    that kitchen is AMAZING

  9. avatar says: Zahava

    that kitchen is beautiful! I do like more color though, some greenery would do well there

  10. I would make the no knead whole wheat pita bread!

  11. this would be awesome with homemade bread! i would definitely try out the yeast with this one! http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipe/baja-bruschetta/

  12. Homemade English Muffins – yum! On those rare days that I have time early in the morning I try and make a treat for my kdis before school (muffins, cookies, fruit kabobs – anything to say I love you) My son would love to bring Engllish Muffins for breakfast.

  13. That oven looks like it would be a lot of fun to own!

  14. Love the mother of pearl backsplash!

  15. avatar says: susie

    Sure makes life great!

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