We’re expecting to be without a kitchen for the next 2-3 weeks and thanks to the generosity of our close friends and family we’ve received a lot of dinner invitations, which we’re very appreciative of. While it could be worse, not having a kitchen is difficult and particularly inconvenient. From washing food and dishes to attempting to assemble non-cooked meals, we’re finding challenges and solutions all over the place. So far the best investment we've made is a shallow tub trug to do our dishes in, as well as preparing and freezing meals in advance which has really paid off. Have you ever lived without a kitchen? What helped you get through?