In the intersecting rhythms of life in a home, people almost always end up hanging out in the kitchen.
There’s nothing wrong with a family room and flatscreen TV, but that’s more for checking out than checking in.
The hearth—and the heart—of a home are in the kitchen.
This idea relates to a blog we posted in November 2012, “Associated.”
Back then, we mentioned that we’re trying to figure out a way into a “do what you love and the money will follow” kind of blogging experience.
Here’s what we’ve learned about that over the past year:
We aren’t funding exotic trips to Tahiti just yet, but we are starting to decode the rosetta stone of how strangers find your site when they’re looking for information on products they want to purchase.
And while we’re addicted to good industrial design in durable products, top-quality ingredients, proven recipes and methodologies, and wildly delicious results, the kitchen is even more about the journey.
It makes sense, then, that our kitchen has emerged over the past five years as both the anchor space of our love story and the springboard of a heart-based commercial endeavor.