Wednesday, May 11, 2011

A Wolf in the Kitchen!

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Alright, I'm bragging, gloating, name dropping: in my remodeled kitchen is the object of years of longing...a dual fuel Wolf range. What was the first thing I cooked? I boiled water for tea! A Wolf range is an extravagance but I rationalize by pointing out that I drive an old car. This kitchen is my new sports car and I cannot wait to drive her around the block, blow out her pipes, toot her horn...after we get through with the unpacking (are the boxes out in the garage multiplying?) So, for tonight I shame the Wolf with Kraft Macaroni and Cheese again.

9 comments:

  1. OOOOOOHHHH I love Wolf and Viking stoves!!!! Congratulations. I would be doing the same thing. And tea would be my first thing to make too. LOL Have fun with it:)
    ~Debra xxx
    Capers of the vintage vixens

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  2. I have a Wolf range and the ovens to match. I remember when I first installed them I couldn't believe the beautiful blue color inside the ovens....I didn't want to get them dirty so I didn't bake ANYTHING for months!! LOL

    xo

    Jo

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  3. I totally understand your choice...

    Not only are they functional they are lovely to look at, they are statement pieces...
    not unlike a hearth or mantle...
    sheer perfection!

    Happy cooking...

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  4. brag away! I do not blame you -fantastic stove!!!
    love yout car too!!!

    Karen

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  5. OMG!!! Can I come over and cook on it?? Please?

    I rented a house years ago that had a wolf stove with a griddle, not a grill, and we made pancakes on it every Saturday. I didn't love that house, but I sure did miss that stove when we moved. Now I have been cursed with every other house that we have rented with an electric stove :(
    Have fun with it and make something fantastic this weekend!!

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  6. wow! I am so jealous! Hi,hi.
    I's beautiful!

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  7. drooling........And the rest of the place looks great too! I'm kicking myself that I didn't go on the home tour this year. :(

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  8. The fridge ain't bad either. Tell us about that! What kind of dishwasher did you buy? Want to see that too!

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