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Q. How have you learned to make cooking in a small kitchen easier?A. Like a lot of folks with small kitchens, I wish I had more counter space. When I am working on a large project at home, like a wedding cake, I totally clear the decks and temporarily relocate everything to another part of the apartment. Then to give myself a little more surface area, I’ll pull out a drawer or two and place a sheet pan on top to create a few more inches of counter space.Tip: Clean as you go, instead of leaving all the dishes until the end. "Small kitchens get messy fast," says Arefi-Afshar. "Especially when your sink is about 12 inches square." Q. Tell us something else you love about your kitchen. A. My little rotating collection of art on the walls. I like to take photos and cards and stick them up with washi tape. It’s an easy, inexpensive way to add a little color to the space and really easy to switch up when I get tired of what’s hanging. Right now I have a few of my own photos hanging along with a letterpress baseball card — Ray Pepper, made by Left Field Cards — a card from BDRStudio, another card made by my pal Ellie and a great fruit and veggie print from the Little Canoe shop on Etsy.