Meet the Galley’s grandmother! Somebody was onto something in this kitchen –a cutting board made out of the countertop that fits right above the sink. This is evidence that, even back then people wanted more counter space right at the sink!
Oh if only she could see how that Galley has evolved!
On our way home from KBIS, we stopped in to see our New Orleans Galley Dealer, Nordic Kitchens & Baths Inc., to see their newly-finished display and to give them one-on-one training. Isn’t it a beauty!? If you live in the New Orleans area, be sure to stop by their showroom to meet them and to see the Galley! www.nordickitchens.com
This evening, Roger hopes to inspire others thinking of entering the TCC Startup Cup by giving a brief presentation at their Kick-off event. To think, just last year at this time he was in their shoes. But wow, how priceless and awesome the competition was to us! Click here to read the article that was published this morning by Tulsa World.
A Galley Dealer came to us with the suggestion of cutting two small circles out of the bottom of the Divider to insert the suction cups so they’re out of sight while doing their job keeping the Divider in place! We thought it was a brilliant idea, so had the first one made today. We love hearing feedback and suggestions about the Galley!
Like the well-known TV show, “Chopped”, each chef will have their own stocked refrigerator and be required to prepare an appetizer, entree and dessert with the items provided. Each plate will then be judged.
The chefs will be locally-known celebrity chefs, and will be judged by well-known Tulsans with connections to the food scene. All proceeds will go to directly to a local charity. Our part will be to make this as challenging as possible for the chefs!
Would you want to be a part of the live audience? Click here to visit our Facebook page and comment on the post we’ve just made, we’re excited to hear your feedback!
We received the following email and photos from a new Galley owner, and we thought we would share!… “Poaching eggs on induction was perfect! I was able to get the water to the temperature it needed to be and keep it there with no problem. End result was yummy Sweet Potato Chicken Hash with Poached Eggs.”
In honor of Roger’s birthday today, we made his favorite dessert – pineapple upside-down cake! It’s another great day here at the Galley Test Kitchen. Click here the recipe (we added maraschino cherries).
The List crew was here at the Galley Test Kitchen this morning! They filmed a segment with The Cheese Wench on dying easter eggs with natural ingredients, and also interviewed Roger about the state-of-the-art Galley Test Kitchen sponsored by Sub-Zero and Wolf. Be sure to watch both segments this Friday at 6:30pm on KJRH! www.thelistshow.tv