<a href="https://www.flickr.com/people/nullrend/">nullrend</a> posted a photo:
A nicely set table, fresh flowers, candles, and music are well and good, but if you have to look at a heap of pots and pans while you’re eating, that special effort you’ve put into dinner into is lost. Guess what? Close the door. Problem solved.
The author raises a very good point, and this is one of the reasons why people just love to go out for dinner. You don’t have to worry about buying the ingredients, prepping them, cooking them, and then washing those dishes to be put away at some later time.
Hell, I like to cook and I felt tired from just writing that. So people go out for dinner.
Another benefit of an enclosed kitchen: When you burn something — which you will if you cook for long enough — you don’t risk having the entire studio/apartment fill up with smoke and then smelling weird for days, possibly weeks.
Cooking requires thinking. Thinking is hard and a lot of people simply don’t like to do it, specially after an entire day of working.
Kitchenaid! So shiny and chrome! Much neat so new!
If you’re reading this, there’s about an 80% chance that you’re a man. So after you give me the secret man club handshake, let’s talk about what we men can do, right now, today, to make programming a more welcoming profession for women.
Also applies to the service industry, particularly in the kitchen. I’m not the only one who thinks this way (there are too many places you can find that. If you work in the service industry, you’ll know where to look.)
I’m guilty of carrying a sharpie and eating out of quart containers and consuming alarming quantities of coffee and.
Ah, fuck it, I’m guilty of them all.