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    Nov052011

    Wow! Something New In The Kitchen!

    Recently, I came across something called The Galley and I was immediately intrigued.  While the concept of  Work Zones is not new, The Galley takes it to a new level in creating a better functioning and more efficent kitchen. If you love to cook and spend lots of time working in a kitchen, watch out!  because you are going to fall in love with and will want to have The Galley in your kitchen.

    Last warning...watching the video will cause you to want to immediately remodel your kitchen...

     

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