The Maine Magazine: Chef's Day Off
“The only room that didn’t need anything done was the kitchen, which was a main reason we bought the house,” David says. Outfitted for serious cooks, the room features a six-burner Viking stove and wall oven, a baking station with a marble top, a large farmhouse sink, and generous expanses of granite countertop. The large island is where the family eats most of their meals together. Behind it, a sitting area with a large sectional couch and a pellet stove invites postprandial lounging. Follow the link to read the full article about Chef David Turin by Maine Magazine.