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For most people restaurant kitchens are a place they know little about, unseen beyond fleeting glimpses through briefly-open doors. I spent time in a number of kitchens across Bristol in order to document life in these hot, humid hives of activity, where clinical stainless steel mixes with more organic elements amid a flurry of human movement.

by Alfie Lake

 

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