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Mark Bittman is a journalist and columnist for the New York Times as well as an author of food-related books and recipe collections. Living in the Big Apple with restraints on space, Mark’s home kitchen is simple and functional. Resembling small kitchens of many apartments, it is clear in this picture that Mark has no trouble preparing large meals despite limited counter tops and stove space.
One of the pioneers for California cuisine, Alice Waters also owns several restaurants. Her home kitchen, unlike many chefs who opt for the industrial restaurant style, looks like a room straight from the Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Waters blends her true Californian style with color and wood to create a beautiful and intimate gathering space centered on delicious food.
Daniel Boulud is a French chef who has cooked for restaurants in some of the world’/s biggest cities. Here, we see that Boulud’s home kitchen is quite simple. Lined with upper and lower cabinetry, the kitchen provides extensive counter space for many of his kitchen masterpieces. We also love the hanging magnet under the cabinetry that allows for easy access to kitchen utensils throughout the room.
Ina Garten is the host of “Barefoot Contessa” on the Food Network. With a classic style, Garten’s home kitchen, also featured on the show, is exquisite and inviting. All white cabinetry give the room a streamlined and clean look especially in contrast to the dark countertops, making Garten’s delicious creations the true focal point of this space.