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    Show us yer kitchen

    I'm not gay but I do like a good kitchen, I havn't got one of those fancy designer kitchens, I would quite like one tho, but this rather utilitarian one will have to suffice for some time.

    It hasn't really got any bench space so a brought someones big long 2nd hand bench left over from a renovation, it has a good sized sink and am currently installing this in the carport.

    It will be mine only so can be at a proper farang height instead of 200 mm off the floor as is usual.

    At at the moment this is what I have.








    We picked up another oven along the way so have 2 good gas ovens, a trusty old Sharp Combinatiopn Oven / Microwave about 5 yrs old and am currently building a outside tandorri oven.



    This shows the Thai style bench cupboard unit, as useless as tits on a katoey but the missus uses it and its the right size for her.

    I am getting a new Freezer this week, so will have one proper sized refrigerator one useless sized Thai style one which I use as a cooler ( set about 5deg) only for vegetables and fruit, and a proper chest freezer.
    Next week I shall add my new Tandoori and outside farang work space.

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    could do with some bench space mate.

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    Doohhh,
    It hasn't really got any bench space so a brought someones big long 2nd hand bench left over from a renovation, it has a good sized sink and am currently installing this in the carport.
    Dumbass Monkey

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    Pretty similar to yours PP but a lot errrr rougher. I like it though. Much prefer utilitarian to designer Euro fitted kitchens.

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    The Midget's kitchen is a wonky old table out the back and a twin gas hob on one of them blue ice chests.

    No pictures.

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    Here is mine and mighty handy as you know Peter. but it is a hot sumbitch now tho.



    But now the table is behind that fridge again the wall, as you know PP.

    freezer is moved just a little and the Thai sixe fridge I use for curing is beside it



    you know about it tho Peter and you have seen the on I built at the other house, it is bigger and handy, but this one is real handy to work in, which I do a lot of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy View Post
    Pretty similar to yours PP but a lot errrr rougher. I like it though. Much prefer utilitarian to designer Euro fitted kitchens.
    I'm with JJ. Prefered practical or imagery.

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    Do you have an extractor fan in there BG ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Pretty similar to yours PP but a lot errrr rougher.
    got any pics JJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    got any pics JJ?
    Yup, could do some but I've posted pics of my kitchen before on various threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Do you have an extractor fan in there BG ?
    Yea, but the south wall is almost solid with no openings and it radiates heat into the room. I might have Q-con put on the outside as there is just a walkway out there and with no window it should be simple and work, I will talk to my contractor buddy about doing it when his crew is here doing my attic fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    got any pics JJ?
    Yup, could do some but I've posted pics of my kitchen before on various threads.
    Reckon his kitchen consist of a clay pot. Did you ever managed to cook chickens in a pot JJ?
    Been awhile since you made me laugh.

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    Didnt CMN start a thread like this many moons ago?

    I seem to remember the colour scheme was a bit unusual

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat
    I seem to remember the colour scheme was a bit unusual
    yes, he was trying to sell it.

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    Out of all the kitchens my wife and I have built this is far and away our favourite and in a house we would never sell.

    The oven is superb and we can roast 2 big chickens in it and plenty of work top area.

    Not huge but pratical.

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    As above and looking from outside in.

    Not huge but plenty of working area.

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    Not a fan of carpet in the Kitchen.

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    ^ Nor am I mate but at the time the pictures were taken the house was rented by an English woman!

    The first things that were removed was the carpets and when we moved back into the house.

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    ^^ lovely kitchen.

    mine is a crappy small room, but then the maid spends most of her time there anyway.

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    That is a very nice kitchen LT!

    If my kitchen were a little bit tidier than it is, I would post a photo.

    Maybe tomorrow.

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    Thanks willy and it was not that expensive to build either.

    I have built massive big kitchens that don't have anywhere near the feel of this one and at about 10 times the investment!

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    I love my kitchen. As it always full of food and booze.
    And in the famous words of Marmers. "No pictures".

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    Here is my kitchen and details of how I made it if you want to do-it-yourself falang style kitchen.
    http://teakdoor.com/construction-in-...llation-2.html (Farang Kitchen Installation)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    ^ Nor am I mate but at the time the pictures were taken the house was rented by an English woman!

    The first things that were removed was the carpets and when we moved back into the house.
    Nice kitchen LT, I have always built my own kitchens but more a fan of High Gloss Lacquered finishes. I built a Beauty in Melbourne and that's what I will get here one day.
    I know Mr Norty and Sabang have very nice kitchens as well, Sabangs is big enough to serve as a restaurant kitchen.

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