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This dinner was so good, baked radishes and fish with some fennel/lettuce salad. One thing: we have this terrible florescent light in our kitchen which makes cooking a little unpleasant anyone know of better bulbs to put in?
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6 comments:

Alex said...

if you have fixtures that can take incandescents, then i'd suggest something with a yellow tinge to it. they make the kitchen so much more desirable to be in!

CatherineSF said...

I've just come across your site and I love your aesthetic. I'm also happy to see your baked radishes--most people don't realize how good cooked radishes can be!

lazytronix-b said...

Don't know of any good ones but had a lamp as an alternative to the florescent light for a while, when the bulb went out (wasn't replaced for months). An impractical option for the kitchen, not worth promoting but I began preferring the romantic lighting for cooking. Hope you find a good one, it really does make a difference, completely agree.

Erika said...

hello hello. I love the half-chrome(aka silver bowl) light bulbs, they diffuse the light away from your direct sightline. chouette!

erika
www.erikapahk.com

GAIL said...

I've never heard of baking radishes. How long and what temp?

karin said...

your food photography is always nice. so "by the way" photographed it looks wonderful.