OK, so I don’t wear an apron, but I thought it’s a cute name for this series.
At the beginning of each month I’ll share some “behind the scene” photos.
Which products I use and which I don’t, where I buy my bakeware, props and whatever you’d like me to talk about.
Most of the questions I get are about my photos and about baking with yeast.
So, I thought instead of explaining why most of my photos are so bright, I’d show you my kitchen.
The place where everything happens.
The photo above is a view from the kitchen as you enter it.
Most of my friends probably envy me for the bright and big kitchen.
But all I see in my kitchen is the lack of counter space
I’m not a tall person, well that compared to the 8 feet tall cabinets so the upper two shelves are hard to reach.
The bottom ones are as packed as they possible could be (I’ll talk about that in another post)
That’s my baking corner.
And just a little of my over-used ovens.
I was making some whole wheat breadsticks.
Of course, I rarely bake without my little helper.
Some of you might think baking comes natural to me, but I do have days when nothing turns out well.
I learn from my hand-notes.
I have notes all over the kitchen.
I rarely bake without writing down what I used and how much.
I use a kitchen scale a lot!
I find it easier to measure dry ingredients.
My dishwasher broke.
Now I do dishes by hand.
I hate it.
I’m angry because it takes time away from my family.
I hope I get a new one soon.
Tiffany is home-schooled.
In the kitchen we do most of the classes while waiting for a cake or cookies to bake.
We also have tea parties.
Every other day.
For obvious reasons I tell Tiffany at least 10 times a day not to write on the coffee table or on the sofa.
I hope one day she’ll stop.
Tiffany’s little desk is the place I take most of my photos on.
I love flowers.
I buy flowers almost every time I go to the grocery store.
I have a garden and lots of house plants.
If I had to write a blog about something else but baking it would be about gardening.
As much as we love our house we both hope one day we can have a small farm.
I want an orchard.
My relaxing chair.
The reading chair.
Almost every time I plan on taking a 5 minutes break Tiffany brings me a story book to read.
She loves to read.
If it’s up to her we’d play ball and read all day.
And bake chocolate cookies. Of course.
I hope you liked the tour of my kitchen. What other behind the scene photos would you like to see? What would you want me to talk about?
Leave your thoughts in the comment area or simply email me at roxana (at) roxanagreengirl (dot) com
Sending love your way,