Saturday, February 20, 2010
What a Fun Day! The Board of the Friends of WUAL presented their 15th annual Kitchens of Consequence today as a fundraiser for Alabama Public Radio. This year six of the finest private kitchens in the Tuscaloosa area were featured along with tantalizing treats from some of our area's finest caterers. The tour allows the public to see new ideas in kitchen design while enjoying the efforts of local caterers who volunteer their time and food for the tour. My girlfriend and I schmoozed with the owners and got to see a full tour of many of the homes. So pretty! I wanted to share some of the pictures with you. Our winner for fanciest kitchen went to Dr. Carlos and Angela Berry. They had double dishwashers, double ovens, self opening and closing microwave and a butlers pantry to die for. I got a kick out of their teenage son who, while showing us the china in the butler's pantry said, "This is where we keep all the dead peoples dishes." Leave it to a teen boy to tell it like it is! Our favorite home was Kelly and Paul Horwitz's converted historic duplex. We loved the pine cabinets and overall simple clean lines of the home. Every home was beautiful!
Posted by A well Loved Home at 6:45 PM
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