The Itty Bitty Kitchen Handbook: Everything You Need to Know about Setting Up & Cooking in the Most Ridiculously Small Kitchen in the World-- Your Own

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Broadway Books, 2006 - Cooking - 228 pages
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If your cluttered small kitchen makes you dread cooking even the simplest meal, it’s time for you to reclaim that space—and your sanity!—with this practical and witty guide. Here you will learn how to:

*Purge your kitchen of unnecessary, space-hogging STUFF

* Maximize counter space

*Organize and streamline your kitchen for peak efficiency and easy cleanup

*Locate the best cooking equipment (and retailers) for small kitchens

*Re-think shopping, cooking, and storing food to suit your small-kitchen lifestyle

*Use ingenious creative shortcuts for small-space entertaining

Best of all, each of the book’s 100 recipes is designed for minimal space, time, and pots and pans. With no more than two burners and a toaster oven you can make easy breakfasts, fast soups, comfort food like Mom’s Sunday Pot Roast or Mole-Style Chili, big batch recipes for no-fuss entertaining, and even great desserts like Orange Marmalade Bread Pudding or Extreme (super-fast, super-chocolatey) Brownies.


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User Review  - StefanieGeeks - LibraryThing

When I moved into my first apartment complex apt (Feb 2011) I didn't know what the hell to do with my IBK (Itty Bitty Kitchen) after being spoiled for years with adequate spaces. Spring has helped me ... Read full review

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User Review  - loafhunter13 - LibraryThing

-If your cluttered small kitchen makes you dread cooking even the simplest meal, it’s time for you to reclaim that space and your sanity! With this practical and witty guide, you will learn how. While ... Read full review


Kitchen Purge
Introducing Extreme Cleanliness
Shopping and Storing
Recipes for a Small Kitchen 76

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About the author (2006)

JUSTIN SPRING is an award-winning biographer, curator, and art historian who has published many feature articles on home design in The New York Times Home section, Martha Stewart Living, and Mary Emmerling’s Country. He has lived very happily with his own itty-bitty kitchen (in midtown Manhattan) for more than twelve years.

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