A Disney Kitchen

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A few weeks ago we were sitting at our kitchen table when I said to Carol, “We have Disney stuff in every room of the house except the kitchen. Why don’t we have it here too?”

She raised a single eyebrow and gave me that look . . . you know the look that every wife in the world has perfected?
The look that asks the silent question, ‘Are you blind or just plain stupid?’

She pointed in this direction . . .

Kitchen Wall

I got up and took a closer look at the shelf on the wall . . .

Pluto Ornament

Then she pointed down, just a bit lower . . .

I took another close look, this time at the cabinet with the lamp . . .

Fox and Hound and Lady and the Tramp

Next she pointed at the tea cart beside the sliding door . . .

Tea Cart

I found this on the bottom shelf . . .

Disney Basket

Ooops — is it possible I was wrong?

Then Carol stood up and started opening doors and drawers. Not a word was spoken but the message was loud and clear! Our kitchen is full of Disney stuff!

Let’s take a peek at some of it.

Disney Tea Pots and Cups

A Disney Tea Pot, cups, salt and pepper shakers

Disney Trivets

Disney Trivets in a drawer

Cookie Jar and Pepper Mill

A Disney Cookie Jar and Pepper Mill beside the bread box

Disney Coffee Mugs

How could I have forgotten the mugs I drink coffee from every morning?

Disney_towels on the stove

Disney Towels on the stove

Disney Refrigerator Magnets

Disney magnets on the refrigerator

Carol even pulled a few things out and arranged them on our kitchen hutch so I could take a few pictures!

Kitchen Hutch

Disney candles, cutting board and bowl

Disney dishes

So . . . I have to admit it . . . I was wrong! There is a lot of Disney stuff in our kitchen!

How about your kitchen? What Disney stuff do you have tucked away?

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Gary hails from Canada and he’s a lifelong Disney fan. In the 1950s he watched the original Mickey Mouse Club and The Wonderful World of Disney on a snowy old black-and-white television. Gary was mesmerized by the Disneyland that Walt introduced to the world during those Sunday night shows! In 1977 he took his young family to Walt Disney World for the first time and suddenly that Disney magic he experienced as a child was rekindled. Since then Gary and his wife Carol have enjoyed about 70 trips to Walt Disney World, 11 trips to Disneyland and 11 Disney Cruises.

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4 Replies to “A Disney Kitchen”

  1. We have those salt and pepper shakers, Gary…In addition to some Tervis Tumblers, coffee mugs, dish towels, oven mitts, pet bowls, a cutting board…

  2. Another great blog Gary – thank you. It’s one of my Disney goals to meet you and Carol!

    I was thinking while reading about what I have. Lots! Mickey pizza cutter, Minnie bottle stopper, bowls, a big plastic Mickey bowl I use as a fruit bowl, kitchen towels, ice cube moulds, cups and glasses.

    So nice to have little touches around to remember the magic! 🙂

  3. We use our Disney silverware everyday. At one point my husband suggested to use it only for special occasions, I said I miss Disney everyday and want a piece of it with me all the time.

    We also have a Disney tea kettle, measuring cups, ice cube trays (which are the kids favourite), the Mickey Mouse stamp for toast and the reusable cubes.

    Every time we go I try to buy one item for the house that can be used everyday.

    We live in Manitoba, Canada and don’t get to Disney as often as I wish we could, so it is great to see Disney around us and remember our great family time at Disney.

    Love your website.

  4. Of course there’s Disney stuff in my kitchen!! From measuring cups to mugs to all the things you mentioned as well! The ONLY room in our house without Disney stuff is my husbands home theatre (as long as you don’t count all the Disney blu Rays in the drawers) 😉
    We even have hidden Mickeys stamped in our patterned concrete front porch and walkway. I always tell visitors that from a distance it looks like grown ups live in our house. LOL
    Thanks for all your articles!