Up first was Chef Chuck Hughes who was ready to boast about his love of the LG Kitchen and show me a few tricks of the trade. I also had more than a few questions for him.
I have two young boys, ages 1 and 4, and my 4-year-old is already involved in the kitchen. The key is to get them involved and let them know it’s okay to make mistakes. **He regularly takes his son to the market and allows him to choose what they will cook that evening. One of their favourite things to cook together is omelettes.
Chef Chuck Hughes stressed that good food doesn’t have to be complicated. He demonstrated this by expertly and quickly whipping up a homemade mayonnaise right before my eyes. In just a few steps, he combined one egg (brought to room temperature), approximately 1 cup of canola oil and voila, mayo! He then added fresh chopped tarragon and garlic and created a most delicious dip.
*Uppers light. Bottoms darker. Upper cabinets can be lighter, while bottom cabinets are darker.
*Do you want to take the focus away from not so fabulous cabinets and let your gorgeous appliances shine through? If they are LG appliances, you do! Try a definitive wall colour in the kitchen. Perhaps a dark grey wall, or an accent wall with black and white so the cabinets aren’t the story anymore.
*The key to remember: If you want to attract attention away from those cabinets from the 80s or even 90s, create contrast.
*Another way to attract attention away from trouble areas is with your backsplash. Stainless tile as a backsplash would be a very nice touch as it catches the light and helps to re-energize the space.
Jane tells us,” The black stainless LG appliances might best be described best as a kind of graphite black. They are truly fingerprint resistant. They will mix well with white cabinets, dark cabinets and all kinds of looks from modern to contemporary. These black stainless LG appliances add value to any space.