A Supersize Sink
- Manufactured by: The Galley
- Cost: about $3900
Kitchen designer Roger Shollmier’s new sink, aptly named the Galley (TheGalleySink.com), resembles a small kitchen in itself. More than just a large stainless-steel sink, it’s a functional and attractive workstation available in three sizes. The 4-ft. model (about $3900) has one cutting board, a colander, and a stainless-steel bowl. Move up to the 5-1/2-ft. or 7-ft. model (about $6800 and $7000, respectively), and you get two cutting boards, two colanders, two stainless-steel bowls, and a drain rack.
These accessories slide above and below each other on two rims inside the sink. Arranging the accessories allows food preparation, cleanup, and serving to take place in a single workspace. Accessories also can be removed and the sink filled with ice to create a serving station for cold food and beverages. Additional accessories, including a condiment pallet and dome, a bamboo cutting board, a divider, a 17-in. stainless bowl, and a 17-in.-dia. stainless sink can a supersize sink be ordered separately. Color-coded accessories allow kosher cooks to identify which items are to be used for meat, dairy, and parve preparation. Made in the United States of 16-ga. stainless steel with a brushed finish, the Galley is available in undermount (shown) and apron-front models. It is also suitable for outdoor kitchens.