removal of kitchens from homes
January 9, 2007 6:39am CST
Maintaining a kitchen is often a burden on family members, particularly women. If full gender equality is to be achieved, removal of kitchen in home may be a prerequisite. Social kitchens managed by employees, supplying food to colonies and communities is workable, but somehow they are not taking off. Hotels and their home delivery services, often do not rise to expectations, as profit maximisation dominates service. If a cost-benefit analysis is conducted, they may turn out to be bores. Is there any solution? (Other than both family partners sharing the burden). This becomes a burden for a physically weak spouse and heshe may develop a sense of guilt when the other partner toils full steam.