The dance of two cooks working together in the kitchen can be as in sync as a perfectly choreographed waltz. But, more often, it looks like a future bride and groom at their first Arthur Murray lesson. Unless you and your partner have the making of the next Fred and Ginger in the kitchen, we suggest multiple work zones. Working together towards a common goal but, with your own countertop space and prep sink, is a great way to ensure harmony in the kitchen and your relationship.
Multiple work zones however, aren't just for multiple chefs. Even if youâ€™re the only one in the kitchen, dividing your kitchen into stations can make preparing just about anything, pure bliss. Todayâ€™s luxury kitchens have zones for baking, cleanup, coffee centers, and even refreshment stations.
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