Well, I’m a little embarrassed. My garden seems to explode on my countertops, under my feet, from the sink to the fridge. If you can envision with me piles and bunches of outrageous quantities of swiss chard, scores of radish, painfully large versions of zucchini, oh and a wheelbarrow of pears.  It’s true, these have all been found IN my kitchen workspace, the same afternoon. Wouldn’t it be nice to bring the chaos down a few notches.
The eco-sustainability stream line custom kitchen by Valcucine makes every home chef drool. Rising to perfection in all aspects, from the forest conscious materials to the hidden joys like built in knife sleeves or iPad charging dock. It is completely recyclable, with zero emissions of formaldehyde, serving beautiful cabinetry that glides open and shut with the press of your fingertips to hide the clutter. Every task becomes effortless once the shelves are exposed:  appliances at attention plugged in and ready to go, hot water at the push of a button. The system disassembles easily so it can go with you wherever you call home.

The maker also funds and runs BIOFOREST which is, “the association for the regeneration of natural environments.” They have committed to excellence not only to improve our cooking zones but also to enhance our planet for the deficit of trees caused by the furnishing industry. We are so thankful for their integrity supplying world class/world conscious design giving us the kitchen we have been looking for all along.

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Allison

ABOUT ALLISON PARKER - Allison Parker is a proud stay at home mom maintaining a full schedule kissing boo boos and passing out hugs just because. Her days many times are spent between the garden and the kitchen. From a journey of learning whole food eating habits, she's taken on the challenges of baking bread, muffins and cakes from scratch and filling the cellar shelves with scores of her own canned goods each year. Writing is one of those things she does because its part of who she is. That and it's a nice break from the never ending work that comes with raising a family.