Nostalgia played a major role in my obsession with this house. There was something here when we walked in for that fateful Open House that reminded me of my Grandma’s house & I was overwhelmed by a need to live here. At that time, I had only seen the living room & dining room. When we then walked into the kitchen, I knew it was meant to be! This might sound funny, considering the project that I am most looking forward to is gutting the kitchen & making it my own, however…remember…this IS NOT my Grandma’s house, it just has a similar feel to me. The kitchen was once state of the art…in 1960. The appliances are professional grade…like Julia Child. In her prime & almost up until the end she was amazing…but likely in that last year, no one wanted her cooking 5 course meals!
Our refrigerator was born the same year that we were…and I was very sad to admit that she was really past her prime! Occasionally the freezer side of her would defrost & we’d find a puddle at the base…and the fridge side, well it kept things “cool” but I’d say the temperature at its coldest ranged between 43-45 degrees. Definitely NOT the ideal temperature for a fridge! Luckily, the top shelf stayed cold (sometimes colder than the freezer) and A’s milk never soured…but her cheese sticks were certainly not as cold as they should have been!
This is a memorial blog post dedicated to our old Sub Zero 3211RFD
RIP old fridge, there’s a new lady in our life!
Welcome to the family Miss BI-48S! We hope you have as long a life as your predecessor!
While I loved opening the old fridge & thinking of Grandma’s house, I love opening the new one & eating cold, safe food more!
Welcome new fridge! Its beautiful! How does the ice taste?? Lol
Farewell old friend.
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