Six Word Saturday: Still waiting for the chef’s arrival

One side of the kitchen (on the other side was a massive cooking range)..

Maginot kitchen

Maginot kitchen

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33 comments

  1. Must have been a hellish place to work during time of war. Mind you, the Maginot line was by-passed, so it might never have mattered.
    Lots of room to work though.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Spring cleaner awaited too, I think!

  3. The cooking implements set out on the table convey a very sinister presence. Now got me thinking of Bluebeard’s Castle. I perhaps didn’t need to have that thought 🙂

  4. This is a nicely dramatic one you’ve found, Sue. From way back? 🙂

  5. Makes me feel good about my kitchen, even though it isn’t always in pristine shape. 🙂 So thanks for that (and a very atmospheric shot.)

    janet

  6. Now this really does have the ‘industrial’ look. Perhaps a little too much for my kitchen.

  7. I will never complain about our kitchen again. Love seeing this, though. Makes me appreciate what we have.

  8. Amy

    Cool shot! I love the title, Sue! 🙂

  9. I wonder what it looked like at it’s best and also what the range looks lie, but I’m hoping you’ll show us that 🙂

  10. immediately reminded me of the German bunkers in Jersey, many used as business premises now, my favourite was one used as a vivier for shell fish.

  11. Impressive photo, Sue. Lots of stories are still brewing in that kitchen.

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