Victorian White KitchenTraditional, Boston
Major renovation to a beautiful old Victorian outside of Boston. We opened up the kitchen to expose the original pantry, restored the old wood cabinets and painted the interiors a beautiful shade of navy blue. Exposed brick and added on a much needed mudroom and new entry to the kitchen, we were able to expose the back stair case and added batten and board on the walls. Beautiful.
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9. Baking sheet. A baking sheet with a rim around all four sides (as opposed to a cookie sheet with only one or two rimmed sides) can be used for cookies, of course, but also for roasting veggies, chicken and all sorts of other dishes. Aluminum is a popular choice because it heats and cools quickly, which can keep delicate items from burning. Go with natural aluminum — a more versatile choice than nonstick, because it can handle higher temperatures — in a half-sheet-pan size, which fits well in most ovens. There’s no need to break the bank on a sheet pan, but avoid pans that feel really flimsy.
Stack baking sheets and cutting boards vertically in deep drawers (if you have them) or narrow cabinets for easier access. Dividers will keep them upright. Don’t forget to define separate cutting boards for produce, meats and breads.