We come across people who have a love-hate relationship with their kitchen, be it cutlery, vegetables/meat or dirty dishes and even the kitchen sink.

Those with hypertension and Diabetes struggle much worse in the kitchen because of their inability to control their taste buds.

“The kitchen is a pharmacy; whereas, it is also a poison room; it depends on you, what you make of it?”
 Ehsan Sehgal


Are the basin and sink the same?

My understanding is sink is used in kitchens to wash veggies and dirty utensils and washbasins are used in bathrooms to wash the face or other parts of the body.

Life & Kitchen sink

“Life will throw everything but the kitchen sink in your path, and then it will throw the kitchen sink.

It’s your job to avoid obstacles.

If you let them stop you or distract you, you’re not doing your job, and failing to do your job will cause regrets that paralyze you more than a bad back”

Andre Agassi

This post is part of Debbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday

7 thoughts on “Sink

  1. I think this gorgeous photo is of a bathroom, rather than a kitchen sink, or what you call a washbasin. As to culinary restrictions, between my husband and myself, as well as my son who has Diabetes, we have quite a few, in addition to the major one – Kashruth. I see them as challenges that inspire creativity.

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      1. My blog is called koolKOSHERkitchen. Kashruth means Jewish dietary laws, and KOSHER is an adjective that describes them. Our restrictions are specified in the Old Testament.
        We three do not manage the show (LOL); I am the one who manages it!

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