Alice Water’s Kitchen vs. Typical American Kitchen

by Gabriel Hummel on September 15, 2010

Alice waters kitchen

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Alice Waters (chef of Chez Panisse and all things unholy in the war on unsustainable foods) recently did a spread for Vanity Fair in which she showed off her kitchen and not her nether regions (thank you Jesus)

The moment when I almost laughed to the point when my spleen began to burst is when they showcased her kitchen with a plethora of tidbits that were so non challant, one assumed that any houshold would have their own home made red wine vinegar and a kitchen that opens out into an organic garden.

So instead of writing a bashing post about how its absolutley ludicrious that the typical american household doesnt have imported apricot jam and etched commemerative glassware, I decided to make a comparision to what your typical American kitchen might look like.

typical american kitchen compared to alice waters kitchen

Maybe you should click me too? (idiot)

Sorry to say Alice, there is a strong lack of organic produce, but luckily abundance of corn syrup laden goodness

Protesting for more organically raised, humane, non pasteurized, ultra healthy spinach for the rest of the US population

Gabriel

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Ruthie September 16, 2010 at 12:23 pm

My kitchen is somewhere in the middle.
Hope yours is also
PS- very funny, indeed!

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Gabriel Hummel September 16, 2010 at 3:46 pm

@Ruthie

My kitchen is akin to somewhere between a 3 Michelin star establishment and the space behind the fridge at any given moment.

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Iron Chef Shellie September 17, 2010 at 5:48 am

LOL!! I love it
I also have a row of organized condiments 😛

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Gabriel Hummel September 17, 2010 at 5:40 pm

@Shellie

I always keep my sirancha next to my ketchup, and I promise I have only mixed them up about 231 times.

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