Friday, July 23, 2010

Back in Business!

Wolf Range

Yesterday, I showed you my old kitchen and my new kitchen and interestingly enough, my new kitchen is old and my old kitchen is fairly new. Today marks the first improvement to my "new" kitchen. Those guys unloading the truck surely thought I was nuts as I was taking pictures and bubbling over about my new purchase.

I shot a photo of it coming off the truck (above)....

and here's a picture of it being wheeled down the bumpy walkway to our front door... it weighs 950 pounds!

Wolf Range

And my new Wolf range is here! It's installed and it works beautifully! It has inspired me to make a final push to get my kitchen things unpacked and put away.

Wolf Range

Not very exciting, but I sauteed up some sliced potatoes, fennel and onions to go with dinner last night and boiled water for coffee this morning. I love my new range! What should be the first thing I bake in it? Any suggestions?? I'd love to hear them!

15 comments:

  1. Hallelujah! What a beautiful stove! I'm thinking carrot cake myself...a bit selfishly..

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  2. I just gasped aloud with envy!! What a gorgeous stove! The entire kitchen and butler's pantry are terrific! I'd love to have a desk area in our kitchen. First item to bake? I always think something like good old chocolate chip cookies.

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  3. Hi, found a link to your blog from Hope Studios.
    I am also very keen on baking, so I have enjoyed looking around your blog at all the lovely things you make! Your new stove is awesome...Enjoy!

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  4. Well with that gorgeous stove, I would say a 5 course meal is only the beginning.

    Brooke
    http://www.momentsofelegance.com

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  5. The new Wolf range,..... just love them... and love your bricks wall, so feeling at home, congrats!!

    Sawadee from bangkok,
    Kris

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  6. Oh Miss!! It's GOR.GEOUS!!!!!!! I love the red knobs!! hmmmmmm....you knew I was going to say cupcake right??? :)

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  7. Oh. My. WORD! I have some serious stove envy! Let's host some cooking classes!

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  8. Call me silly, but I'm hesitant to use my new stove! I don't want it to get all dirty seein' as I'm a sloppy cook! Besides I have so much to do! I may need an intervention! Ellen's birthday is this week, and you know I can't just go out and buy a cake so...say goodbye to pristine new range!

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  9. It is wonderful. I think you should give it name so you can talk to it politely.

    Good morning George, are you ready to be turned on!

    Make a meal using both ovens and all the burners.

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  10. That is so beautiful! Love your new, old house!

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  11. Wow. That is seriously impressive. Can't wait to see what you turn out with all of those btu's!

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  12. That's beautiful. A work of art. Enjoy it, and know we are all jealous!

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