Baltimore Kitchen

Globe Poster Company, 3705 Bank Street in Highlandtown. McCormick teapot sits atop 1950 Roper gas range. photo: Edwin Remsberg.

More than any other room in a house, the kitchen is the heart of the home. The kitchen represents sustenance, warmth and life.

In many families, the kitchen is the center of activity. It is where we congregate and spend time together.

Kitchens are a repository for memories – of family recipes and heirloom china, of meals savored, of the echoes of laughter that linger after the dishes are washed and put away.

For one year, photographers from all walks of life will document life in and around Baltimore kitchens with a new image every day.

The Baltimore Kitchen project began on May 8, 2011 – Mother’s Day – and will run until Mother’s Day of 2012.

Go here to learn more about being a Baltimore Kitchen participant.

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