Tour Katie Lee’s Country Kitchen

by in Food Network Magazine, January 22nd, 2014

Tour Katie Lee's KitchenCheck out the country kitchen of new Food Network host Katie Lee (The Kitchen, Saturdays at 11am/10c), then pick up some of her finds for your own kitchen.

instagram photo collageKatie used a service called Printstagram to create a collage of her favorite Instagram photos for the refrigerator doors. “My friends are all here!” she says. From $12; printstagram.com

 

 

 

pendant lampThis George pendant light with cone shade, similar to Katie’s, is inspired by an early-20th-century industrial design. $258; rejuvenation.com

 

 

 

natural edge bowlHer natural-edge bowl makes an appearance at every dinner party—it’s hand-carved from a single log. $564; info@landfcookshop.com to order

 

 

 

Breville juicerKatie hits nearby farm stands and makes fresh juices—like spicy beet with lots of ginger and lemon — with her Juice Fountain Elite. $300; brevilleusa.com

 

 

 

cylindrical glass vaseKatie received a super-tall cylindrical glass vase from a flower delivery and gave it a new use: It holds wine corks. “I like keeping track of how much I’ve been drinking,” she jokes. $43; save-on-crafts.com

 

 

 

French bistro stoolsFriends gather around the island on these classic French Bistro stools. $674; beaufurn.com for information

 

 

 


(Photographs by David A. Land and Devon Jarvis/Studio D)

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Comments (4)

  1. Sue Stariha says:

    I just want to know if anyone ever tells you that you look exactly like Ali McGraw….everytime I watch The Ktichen I keep thinking that.

  2. Jill Michelsen says:

    Katie, I love the Printstagram idea!
    I was watching you on "The Kitchen" on March 31st and you had on a blue and white stripped boat neck shirt with 3/4 inch sleeves. I was wondering where you bought it. Do you recall by any chance? I would love to get one!

  3. Kathi Grande says:

    thought you recently made a french toast casserole that you do overnite But cant seem to find it Am I dreamimg ?

  4. Jane MM says:

    I saw you on Fox News over the weekend where you spatchcocked a turkey (great idea); however you mentioned placing the turkey on top of the stuffing to bake for 90 minutes. What was the oven temperature needed? AND, what was the stuffing recipe . . . was it fresh bread stuffing or is it a prepared stuffing (bread cubes, chicken stock, onions, celery, etc. already mixed)?

    I agree with the prior comment, you do look a great deal like Ali McGraw, but more poised. Thanks.

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