I've never had a dream kitchen. I've come close to a good kitchen with lots of cabinets and counter tops but it's never been perfect. It's a good thing too, because I certainly would've cried after leaving it for this one.
If the French are sooooo serious about their cuisine, I'd just like to know, how are you supposed to take cooking seriously in this one?
For instance, where are you supposed to put the bowl of batter for the pancakes and the plate for the finished ones and the spatula for turning them? Where?
Oh, right, the sink.
I will say that it's the widest, albeit shallowest, sink I've ever had so it does work very well for a pseudo-countertop. (how's that for turning a almost complaint into a postive statement?)
Now for the refrigerator. It was the most disappointing when I thought it didn't work. I thought I'd have to shop everyday because it just wasn't keeping anything cold. Then some brilliant person thought of turning the little dial thing that controls the temperature and Voila! coldness. (and frost on the back, but we're not worried about that are we?)
So the fridge is fine.
The freezer is, well, as big as my hand. But that's normal right?
Last, but not the least used, the oven.
(and the food was as good as it looks. Thanks for asking.)