Blogging the NY Times: Racket in the Kitchen

Blogging the NY Times: Racket in the Kitchen

Julia Cho
Feb 29, 2008

We love the way this article begins, "I am the silent chef." This is a humorous take on how to cook quietly if you live in a small space with a sensitive little sleeper nearby.

A few of the "realistic practices for the decibel-conscious home cook" the author came up with:

• "any busy, attention-demanding work has to happen before baby's bedtime"
• "recipes must easily tolerate a lengthy span between prep and finish, ideally resting at room temperature to lessen the mess and effort involved in refrigerating and reheating"
• "the final steps, after baby's bedtime, have to be both quiet and fairly routine"

Can anyone relate?

Read the full article here.

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