The kitchen as disaster zone

We’ve had a bit of a Plumbing Disaster in the kitchen, which has necessiated the removal of everything from shelves and such up onto higher ground (not to mention the disposal of many ruined food items). This has meant cooking activities have had to take a short pause. Hopefully the kitchen, my sanity, and cooking (and posting thereof on this blog) should be back shortly.

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Oh No!

That sounds horrible! Good luck getting things fixed. I know what a horrible pain it is when pipes burst and things get flooded. I have had many friends who have experienced similar disasters.

Rei | 23 May, 2007 - 17:40

at least we had tile floors

Thanks Rei…I’m just thankful right now that our kitchen floor is tiled… :p

maki | 23 May, 2007 - 18:08

I hope your disaster gets resolved soon!

Plumbing problems seem to be the worst. I hope you have good friends nearby that will open up their kitchens for you!

mai + kevin | 23 May, 2007 - 20:06

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