The walk-in refrigerator is one of man’s greatest inventions. Not only does it keep massive quantities of food cold and fresh, it’s also virtually soundproof. Generally, the walls are thicker than a creme brulee with too many eggs. Any noise that might seep through them is quickly drowned out by clattering pans in the kitchen and mindless chatter in the dining room.
It’s also more frigid than a hug between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
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