Leave your shoes at the door–except in the kitchen

Strappy sandals, cowboy boots or bare feet?  What works in your kitchen? We leave our shoes at the front door–with the exclusion of the cookery. Double standard? Just basic safety. From home kitchens to commercial operations, those feet need more than the floor beneath them. The savvy shoe crowd over at the Foodie BlogRoll has been talking it up for weeks. Timberland continues to give away their PRO BLACK series shoes to members of the Foodie BlogRoll.  Full disclosure:  I have not won any Timberlands, but I own a trusted, tired pair that makes the cut. Read about the Timberland giveaway:

http://www.foodieblogroll.com/contests/new-weekly-giveaway-timberland-pro-black-series-shoes

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