Touring the Remodeled Kitchen

Project: Executive Mansion, Episode 8, Part 3

Bob joins Executive Chef Mark Herndon to have a look at what's been done in the new basement kitchen to prepare for the state-of-the art foodservice equipment and appliances to come.

Bob Ryley is working upstairs, hanging new double doors at the entrance to the private family living quarters.

For a glimpse of the living quarters of governors past, Bob goes to visit the Royal Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg.
Part 1: Hanging Double Doors
Part 2: Tour of the Royal Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg
Part 3: Touring the Remodeled Kitchen
Executive Chef Mark Herndon shows Bob around the newly remodeled basement kitchen of the Virginia governor's mansion.
In Richmond, Virginia, the oldest continuously occupied governor's mansion in America is in need of serious repairs, and Bob Vila's team is there to help. Projects include the complete overhaul and modernization of the basement to include a state-of-the-art caterer's kitchen for official functions, all new mechanical systems, and updates for handicapped accessibility.

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