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Mediterranean Closed Kitchens

from Shape Magazine

Why You Should Eat Like You Live In the Middle East

The first cookbook from Dan Perlman, chef and co-owner of the famed Casa SaltShaker, Buenos Aires’ longest running “closed door restaurant”, offering Andean-Mediterranean fare in an intimate, shared table setting. Featuring 150 recipes from the chef’s archives, along with full color photos, this is not just a great read, but a work of art. Destined for regular use in the kitchen, and beautiful to show off to friends. The book is an experience only rivaled by dinner at Casa SaltShaker itself.

The kitchen of a new Mediterranean/Transitional style home in Atlanta. Features include custom wood cabinetry to the ceiling with soft close feature, marble countertops, stone backsplash, under cabinet lighting, stainless steel farm sink, and DCS stainless steel appliances. The huge island overlooks the family room and houses the Sharp Microwave Drawer. Designed by Price Residential Design; Built by Epic Development; Photo by Brian Gassel


Moen�Wetherly Mediterranean Bronze 1-Handle High-Arc Sink/Counter Mount Kitchen Faucet with Side Spray

from WSJ

A Cabin Built for Two

Le Corbusier's cabanon at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin. It had no kitchen, but still a pretty swell spot for the weekend.